It's a jungle out there...and in the cubicle. If you want to be a technical writer, or already are one, you have to learn how to survive in the field in order to move ahead. This work condenses 20 years of technical writing survival techniques and tips into an easy-to-read guide that will help you press that power switch with confidence. And it doesn't take an anal personality to do it. In fact, if you've got one, it's time to lose it. Survive...and thrive!Keep Your Job, Your Sanity, and Your Sense of Humor Steven Gregory ... According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the starting annual salary for a software engineer in 2012 was $78, 000. For the same year, the nationwide average annualanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Non-Anal Technical Writer's Survival Guide|
|Publisher||:||Tales Alive - 2014-04-24|