Technical writing is a type of writing where the author creates clear, concise, and straightforward content about specialized topics, often related to science, technology, engineering, or other technical fields. The goal is to communicate complex information to readers in a way that they can understand and use, even if they’re not experts in the field. Technical writing can take many forms, including:
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Standard operating procedures (SOPs)
Technical descriptions and specifications
Online help systems
Good technical writing requires a strong understanding of the subject matter, excellent writing skills, and the ability to simplify complex concepts or procedures.
TECHNICAL WRITING EXAMPLES: AI, GAMING, WEB 3.0
Microsoft Viva Topics
“Deliver knowledge in context with topic cards surfaced across Outlook, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Search, and other apps in Microsoft 365.”
Viva Topics is an add-on service in Microsoft Viva, an employee experience platform (EXP) for a unified knowledge and content experience across Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Search. Viva Topics can help your people learn by presenting the information they need in the flow of their Microsoft 365 Apps (instead of having to manually mine disparate applications or repositories). This learning path teaches you how to plan and implement your Viva Topics deployment.
Record-breaking Fall Guys scales faster with Azure
“Fall Guys exceeded all expectations at launch…Azure provided all the reassurance we needed to scale elastically”
Mediatonic launched Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, a battle royale game in August 2020. Fall Guys sold more than 11 million copies on Steam alone and is the most downloaded PlayStation Plus title ever. To support this massive volume of players and increase the rate to iterate new features and content, Mediatonic uses Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), Azure Cosmos DB, Azure DDoS Protection, and Azure DevOps.
NFTs can be GIFs, tweets, virtual cards, images of physical objects, video game skins, virtual real estate, avatars, songs, videos, and digital art. Each NFT is an authentication of the asset and ownership through a smart contract on the blockchain.
An NFT (non-fungible token) is a type of new content that will become more popular due to innovation and adoption. We’re all familiar with paintings and limited edition art prints. We’ll use how an original painting can be turned into a printed image and then an NFT art as an example:
NFT art — An original painting (first generation) can be photographed as a printed image (second generation) and the digital image turned into an NFT art (third generation).
Limited edition NFT art — Similar to a limited edition art print, an NFT art image can be the same image in a limited edition; each NFT art is a unique token on the blockchain.