Jeremy L. earned his Bachelor's Degree in Nuclear Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. While attending the university, he contributed to several research papers. After graduating, he worked as a contractor for the US Navy, writing documents that directed nuclear work, as well as reports on any problems that were found as the work was being executed. He also wrote Material Safety Data Sheets for new chemical products that were introduced on site, and helped update safety documents. He also reviewed and edited those documents that were written by his coworkers, making sure they were both concise and clear.
His next job was working for an electronic medical record software company, solving technical issues for many hospitals. In this role he wrote several documents explaining and providing directions on what the software does, how to configure it, and how to use it to its highest potential. He has also reviewed customers use of the software, writing reports for upper management on areas they can improve in the use of the software. He has experience working with and writing for software analysts, doctors, and other medical professionals in this role.
Additionally, he has run his personal blog for a few years, writing on a variety of topics including current events, books, and movies. His interests include sports, current events, technology, and history. He is excited to learn and write about these subjects and any others that come up. He strives to make his writing appealing and accessible. His experience has shown that when writing for technical subjects, clarity is key. There's no reason something complex can't be made understandable to a wide audience!