Hello friend. I am a seasoned technical writer and API documentarian who is experienced in an eclectic range of technologies, work environments, and industries. I thrive in a dynamic, collaborative environment where I can use my skills to create and verify product documentation, contribute to the success of users and developers, and help drive the company forward. Attending a coding bootcamp helped me round out the breadth of my technical skill set. (Writing samples are available, and coding projects are linked below.)
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Industry best practices and practical software development standards, with a focus on creating and deploying mobile-first applications by collaborating several hours every week with a senior web developer
B.S. Engineering Technology: A multifaceted approach with a concentration on electronic circuits, metallurgy, programming, circuit board design, generators and motors, and computer numerical control (CNC), all with hands-on labs.
technical writer, quality improvement specialist, safety engineer, founder (nonprofit)
medical device technology, telecommunications, motor controls, manufacturing, quality standards
* collaborated with engineers in documentation development and verification
* wrote interrelated documents at all specificity levels across multiple departments
* created flow charts and diagrams to document processes
* designed and wrote installation guides, and supervised a contract artist for illustrations
* edited and wrote sections for technical publication style guides
* wrote content for nonprofit corporate website
* designed a program and recruited instructors to teach coping skills to women in prison
Keep track of all your Legos with this app.
If you like Legos, you probably have thousands of them. Enter your sets and parts to keep track of them. Future features include a Wishlist, and seeing what else you can build with all those Legos.
Enter your state and county and see where your new neighbors come from.
People began migrating out of Africa and across our planet over 100,000 years ago. Migrations across what is now the United States have taken place over the past 600 generations, and have been intensely studied by archaeologists and anthropologists. Now, thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau, current migration information is being collected in the American Community Survey, and made available to you.
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A third of all fruits and vegetables are pollinated by bees. How much do you know about these fascinating, hard-working insects?