In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we look at the skills we’ll need in the future. This a practice recording of Ellis’ keynote presentation at the Evolution of TC 2019 conference, which was held in Sofia, Bulgaria earlier this week. Transcript This is the Cherryleaf podcast. Hello and welcome to the Cherryleaf podcast. This… Read more »
Tag: technical communcation
We’re planning to have some new laptop stickers printed. We’ll give them away to anyone we meet, or post them to anyone in the UK who’d like a sheet. Here is the draft design: Alternates: What do you think of the designs? How could they be improved?
Thyssenkrupp is making Microsoft’s HoloLens goggles available to field-service staff, to assist them in diagnosing and repairing elevators. “HoloLens with Skype capabilities enables over 24,000 thyssenkrupp technicians to receive remote assistance by subject matter experts who can provide visual and audible advice using HoloLens’s mixed reality capabilities. These remote subject matter experts can see what… Read more »
Last week, I spoke at, and attended, Madworld 2016, the conference hosted by MadCap Software for its users. It’s the most rewarding and enjoyable of all the conferences on technical communication that I attend. Here is a summary of what I saw and heard on the first day.
We’re carrying out a short survey into the biggest issues relating to technical communication you think you’ll face in 2016 . To participate, please complete the questionnaire below (alternatively, use this link to the survey):