Table of Contents

  1. Data transformation
  2. Data testing
  3. Implementations + deployment
  4. Documentation + metadata
  5. The modern data stack
  6. Data dream teams

Getting started with technical blogging

Stephanie is a content strategist and technical program manager. She is the author of the books The Developer's Guide to Content Creation and The Developer's Guide to Book Publishing and she also offers content strategy coaching for developer advocates through her DevRel CMS program.

An experienced SaaS marketer, Janessa has generated leads, landed press, and built teams with the best of them. At Fishtown Analytics, she's leading the markting time, while getting hands-on experience building dbt models for maketing data.

Originally presented on 2020-12-11

When we invest time in writing (and speaking!) about our work, we unlock superpowers. We deepen our understanding of processes and practices. We increase efficiency by sharing important information with colleagues. We plant the seeds that help others to grow.

Join Janessa Lantz and Stephanie Morillo for a conversation on why you should try technical blogging, and other tools for building your personal brand. Topics that will be covered include:

  • How to pick topics/themes
  • Finding time in your schedule for writing
  • Structuring blog posts
  • Common mistakes and pitfalls
  • How to maintain momentum

Please note: This session is specifically for women who want to raise their professional profile, but all are free to join. Questions submitted by women will be prioritized.

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