Technical Writing

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Technical writing is writing done for the purpose of educating, informing or directing someone on how to do something. You can find information on VMware technology on official sites like StorageHub, VirtualBlocks, or docs.vmware.com, or you can read the 100+ personal blogs. In addition, there are many publications covering the various VMware technologies. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome two prolific VMware authors to share their insight on the process of authoring technical content from planning to publication. Duncan Epping is a Chief Technologist in Storage & Availability at VMware and Frank Denneman is a Senior Staff Architect at VMware R&D for (Compute) Resource Management.

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