I’ve been a Technical Writer for the better part of the last 15 years. I enjoy creating meaningful and easy-to-read documentation for users, be it end users, developers or business users. I create documentation for software, systems, processes and websites.

On this blog, you will find content organised across these categories:

  • Conversations – Thoughts, experiences and joys of being a Technical Writer.
  • Conferences – Session summaries of conferences attended & presented at.
  • Networking Events – Notes of meetups and networking events I’ve been to.

I love experimenting with creating different kinds of content – online, print or for mobile devices. I also organise the Melbourne Flare User Group, a group for users of Madcap Flare and we meet monthly to discuss tips and tricks, share ideas and thoughts and mentor new Flare users.

In 2016, I connected with more of my tribe online – the Write the Docs community. I was so impressed with their values and passion to advocate the importance of good documentation, that I decided to initiate the Write the Docs meetups and conferences in Australia. Read more about the Write the Docs Australia.

Thanks for visiting my blog and feel free to leave your comments.


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  1. Hi Swapnil,

    I started following your posts recently on LinkedIn after listening to you on a couple of podcasts. I am very intrigued by your role as a Tech Comm Advocate. It is rare to see that in a title, but I believe that makes our profession seen and heard.

    I am currently hosting my own podcast, Inside Tech Comm with Zohra Mutabanna, for the past year. I am in my third season and my focus is on elevating our profession and earning our seat at the table. I believe this is in line with your effort to advocate for our field. I would be honored to have you on my show.

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