It doesn’t come often that one beautiful summer morning you find yourself in a professional environment among quite a number of accomplished specialists of your bread-and-butter sphere. That you have a chance to acquire invaluable knowledge shared by true masters of their craft. That you build a strong network with your international colleagues for the sake of further cooperation, communication, self-development, and career opportunities.
This June, I jumped on a chance to pay a visit to the Evolution of Technical Communication event (ETC 2016) in Sofia, Bulgaria. So little it would be, if I said that speakers were just great delivering their hot-button topics. Diversity of approaches to speech delivering, quite a range of topics to think over, useful workshops, and marvelous networking organizational skills are to pinpoint when giving a feedback about the conference in Sofia.
My special attention though was heavily attracted by the approaches and techniques applied when producing technical developers’ documentation in the microservices environment. The topic was engagingly presented by Lukasz Gornicki, a technical writer in the past and currently a product owner in SAP Hybris, Poland. Lukasz also conducted a very vivid workshop on the REST API documentation the following day.