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So far so good

Day 41. 133 pages, 60,943 words. Tomorrow I might get back to the rig. Finished Part Two though, and I have to say it was pretty fucking amazing. 293 more words

Hatboy's Nuggets Of Crispy-Fried Wisdom

Desk pinup mind map of the popular FrameMaker keyboard shortcuts

Memorize these popular keyboard shortcuts to boost your productivity when authoring in Adobe FrameMaker. Print this PDF and pin it to your workstation to use as a ready reckoner. 23 more words


Software Woes on the Weekend

This semester has meant cracking down and hitting the books, ahem, software.

The last few days I have been knee deep in lab sheets, YouTube tutorials, and FAQ forums trying to learn whatever I can. 188 more words

Semester 2: Stuff And Things

An Asciidoctor IDE wish list

A while ago I blogged on why we replaced FrameMaker with Asciidoctor for the technical publishing function of openEHR.org. At around that time I posted on an Asciidoctor mailing list my wishlist for Asciidoctor. 669 more words


'LAR' principle in Technical Writing

When you are writing technical documents, always keep LAR principle in mind.

L (Location), A (Action), R (Result).

Example: In the web browser (Location), open… 32 more words

Technical Writing

Goodbye to Adobe FrameMaker, Hello AsciiDoctor

I am probably one of the longest time users of Adobe FrameMaker in the world. I started using it at version 2, sometime around 1990, and finished with it a few months ago. 1,635 more words

Health Informatics

Comparison between Aerospace and Software Technical Writer

Have you ever wondered on how to use your technical writing skill to enhance your career growth and be a versatile technical writer?

Do you wish to work for various domains and explore yourself in the field of technical communication? 576 more words

Technical Writer