“Where are we going?” my wife asks as we leave the runway on her first flight with me after I received my pilot license. Continue reading “Where Are We Going?”
Nothing sucks enthusiasm for a job faster than a frustrating search for information you need to do the job that turns up empty or irrelevant. Even worse is when the information you find is outdated or even lies to you!
When I worked at RIM (Blackberry), we had the luxury of having technical writers on staff. They were brilliant at yanking information out of engineering and organizing it into cohesive sets of documentation. Not all companies or departments can afford a good technical writers on staff, so we all need to pitch in and do it. What constitutes good technical writing?
It’s time to start writing again.. It’s been awhile..
I’ll start by sharing some tips I’ve learned and scripts I’ve written for dealing with Kubernetes.