technical writing, interviewing, editing, documentation, formatting, blogging, informational articles, instructional writing
technology, society, history, religion, politics, philosophy, training
William has an Associates in Arts in General Studies with a focus on Social Sciences. William has chosen this degree because he believes all faucets of this world are interconnected. Part of this interconnection is the written word.
William has worked over 19 years on several software documentation projects. He has worked on user guides, references guides, and even API documentation. He has a knack for taking complicated subjects and making the readable for the common user. William has worked in different software industries, including semiconductor design, IT security, finance, and healthcare IT.
William has spent over 19 years writing technical documentation, including product descriptions in user manuals and reference guides. He aims to make the product descriptions clear, accurate, and engaging. He also is sure to include keywords and key topics, so the description is easily searchable on the internet or within a larger document.
William has his own blog that centers on the subject of technical writing. In his blog, William focuses not so much on specific tools in technical writing, but instead he focuses on some core philosophies, principles, and trends in the field. William is hoping that his blog will be a good resource for others in the technical writing industry.