Bulletins from San Francisco
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 by Leah Scampoli

The October meeting is the last one in 2015. (No meetings in November or December.)


Technical writing can be a race with the pace of change. How do the moving targets of iterative development and continuous deployment impact a project, and how can writing bring more than just historical value? We'll discuss some of the processes developers and project managers use to enable change and how we can make use of some of the same ideas and tools. We'll also look at the rise of content strategy and what we can learn from it.


Allen Fear is VP of Digital Strategy at Advomatic. After teaching at universities in the US and Germany, he started working on the websites of online media companies, educational institutions and nonprofits. 


For the October meeting we’re back in our “usual” Salesforce community meeting room on the ground floor of the Rincon Center.

The entrance is between the Rincon Towers @ 121 Spear Street. Rincon Center occupies the city block bounded by Mission, Howard, Spear, and Steuart Streets. The entrance to the chapter meetings is near Rincon food court entry doors facing the plaza (not the entry doors on Mission Street). Look for the Salesforce.com lobby with two bright blue chairs in the corner.

For more informtaion, directions to the meeting location, and to register visit www.stc-sf.org.