Google has developed two technical writing classes for developers, which it has delivered to thousands of its own staff. In late February 2020 it made these accessible to people outside of Google. But are they any good? In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we describe and review these courses.
Google has developed two technical writing classes that it has delivered to thousands of its own staff. Cherryleaf can teach your developers using Google’s own courseware, together with the option of additional training materials that we have developed independently. There are two courses: Technical Writing for Developers Part One This covers the critical basics of… Read more »
Today, we’ve released our latest training course – Writing skills for developers. The course teaches developers the key skills of technical writing for software user documentation. Although it would be better for a professional technical communicator to write the end user documentation, for some organisations, this isn’t always possible. It is for developers who: Need a solid… Read more »
In researching what developers wanted to learn about writing documentation for users, the most common issue related to how much, or how little, they should write. One developer said: “I would want to know what is the minimum I should write. If you can persuade me what is the necessity of each thing I’m capturing, and… Read more »
Cherryleaf has skills in developing and creating content for Confluence based systems, and we’re developing our skills in this area for Mindtouch Technical Communications Suite as well. We’re available to work on your project. Contact us if you’d like to know more.