This is the first collection of narratives by practicing technical communicators telling their own personal stories about the workplace and their lives on the job. The authors portray a wide range of jobs: writers, editors, interface designers, marketing writers, and trainers working in 9 different technical fields, including software, RaD, engineering, medicine, transportation, and telecommunications. The stories vividly demonstrate the unique power of narrative as a teaching and learning tool. Unlike fabricated cases, these real-life narratives show new and veteran technical writers at work on the job, dealing with tasks, clients, and co-workers, and revealing their insights, values, and attitudes about their work. The stories also show the skills required in the profession and the ethical and other issues raised in the course of the workday. For anyone interested in technical communication and professional writing.I began this process by installing the three programming applications (Visual Basic, Visual C++, and PowerBuilder) onto my ... aquot;Bryan, if you would look on page twelve in the PowerBuilder manual, I have a question about the procedure foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Writing a professional life|
|Author||:||Gerald J. Savage, Dale L. Sullivan|
|Publisher||:||Longman - 2001|