So I’ve been at ESC Boston since Monday, both as a participant and as a writer. It’s been a really cool experience meeting a lot of people in the technical writing field and a lot in the publishing industry (as well as those in the technical side of things, of course). And today for the first time, I was published in EETimes on the EELife section. Check out a couple of my articles, linked below.
- An article about Jack Ganssle’s presentation about managing embedded firmware projects
- The early morning session on social media at ESC Boston
- A synopsis of the speech of Hugh Herr, Tuesday keynote speaker
Any comments can be left here or on the specific article pages.