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© Ugur Akinci Here are the best 5 books that helped me in my writing career: (1) THE ELEMENTS OF STYLE by Strunk and White. No doubt about it. It’s the BIBLE of good plain writing and you can read it in just a few hours. If you still haven’t read it, read it before you move…
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© Ugur Akinci Sometimes people are confused whether to use “me” or “I” in a sentence. For example, which is correct: “Me and Jimmy watched a movie”… or “I and Jimmy watched a movie”? First off, it always sounds better if you cite the other person FIRST, as in “Jimmy and me…” or “Jimmy and…
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© Ugur Akinci Here are some ideas to create your own opportunities as a rookie technical writer… Location Location is important in finding a job as a technical writer in the hi-tech sector. No doubt about that. U.S. Hot Spots If you’re living in one of the following metropolitan areas in the United States, it’ll be easier for…
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(Copyright-free photo courtesy of Tim Gouw at Unsplash dot com)  © Ugur Akinci How did this specific project fit into your overall documentation and income goals? Was the project delivered on time? Did you make enough money on it? If not, how will you improve the situation? Was the initial time estimate realistic? How would…
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© Ugur Akinci As a technical writer I’ve worked in both Waterfall and Agile shops. The differences between these two methodologies were pronounced and obvious. To understand the Waterfall model imagine a river going down a mountain through a series of waterfalls. The water stands for your product, the software product. The product goes through each…
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