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Todd DeLuca, a Pennsylvanian who manages a remote tech writing team, shares with us how volunteering and presenting has elevated his career, what it’s like to manage a technical communication team, volunteering with intention, and how to promote yourself and your team within your company.

Todd DeLuca

Todd DeLuca

Mentioned during this super-sized episode:

STC Summit

Technical Delivery: An Expanded Role for Technical Communicators

Volunteering your way up the career ladder

Todd on Twitter

Todd’s Tumblr

Todd on LinkedIn

Servant Leadership

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Content Content podcast episode 8 – fairly random events featuring Sarah O’Keefe

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Content strategy business owner Sarah O’Keefe talks about working with a CMS, content metrics, tekom, packing for flights, and her aversion to the nightshade family.

Sarah O'Keefe, Content Strategist and owner of Scriptorium

Sarah O’Keefe, Content Strategist and owner of Scriptorium

Mentioned during this episode:
Scriptorium
Sarah’s Twitter
Content Strategy 101
Lavacon conference
North Carolina Research Triangle
Net promoter score
Learning DITA
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Sturm und DITA-Drang at tekom
Ravelry knitting community
Head Fi headphone community
Ed is presenting at STC Philly Metro’s Conduit conference Saturday, April 2
Ed on Twitter

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Content Content podcast episode 7 – Curious about content featuring David Dylan Thomas

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A free-wheeling show starts off 2016 starring David Dylan Thomas, Senior Content Strategist. Our topics include what a content strategist does, the future of content and work, getting noticed on social media, and even a few movies to see.

David Dylan Thomas, content strategist and moviemaker

David Dylan Thomas, content strategist and movie maker

Mentioned during this episode:
Significant Objects
Confab content strategy conference
Philly content strategy meetups
Stack Exchange
Contently API
Confab content strategy conference
Cleve Gibbon, content strategist
Epam
Lavacon conference
Keith Knight – comic artist – Patreon
Dan Benjamin – podcaster – Patreon
Sarah O’Keefe – The talent deficit in content strategy
FOMO – Fear of missing out

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Books referenced:
Elements of Content Strategy – Erin Kissane
Content Everywhere – Sara Wachter-Boettcher
Content Strategy – Rahel Ann Bailie and Noz Urbina

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My social media presentation for STC’s NY Metro chapter

I gave my first-ever talk at the STC NY Metro chapter on Thursday, Nov. 12, about the benefits of social media for technical communicators. The audience was enthusiastic and engaged, and I think everyone learned something and had a good time (including me!).

We covered popular social media sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook, as well as the benefits of having your own blog and/or web site. The Content Content podcast was also a topic of discussion and more than a few questions.

I’d love to get some feedback, or answer any questions, in the comments! I’d also be happy to present it again at other chapters.

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Content Content podcast episode 6 – Where’s my Flare – featuring Dr. Carlos Evia

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Dr. Carlos Evia, Director of Professional and Technical Writing at Virginia Tech

Dr. Carlos Evia, Director of Professional and Technical Writing at Virginia Tech

Dr. Carlos Evia is featured on a jaw-dropping episode of the Content Content podcast. We discuss cutting-edge developments in the DITA world, as well as the similarities and differences between academicians and practitioners of technical communication.

Carlos is the Director of Professional and Technical Writing at Virginia Tech, is on the Lightweight DITA Technical Committee, and is an advocate for using multimedia with DITA.

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Carlos Evia

Carlos Evia on Twitter

Taking the DITA troubleshooting topic for a spin

The academician and the practitioner should be friends

Tom Johnson podcast with Lisa Meloncon

Outsourcing Technical Communication, edited by Carlos

Developing Quality Technical Information

Information Development World

Unsung heroes of DITA presentation by Gretyl Kinsey

Madcap Flare

oXygen XML Editor

DITA Glass

ExpeDITA

Lightweight DITA

Virginia Tech Center for Human-Computer Interaction

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