Included in this section are hypertexts composed by authors with explicit expertise in technical or scientific fields, or by technical writers who interpret technical or scientific topics for a nonspecialist audience. We include links to sites that explain the field of technical writing and its genres, along with references to aid technical writers.
This wiki is a central directory for technical writing blogs. If you are a technical writer/communicator and you blog, or if your blog contains information of interest to technical writers, please list it here.
This web site provides reference material for experienced technical writers, but also includes information for beginners and for tech writers looking for a job. This site includes links to various types of reference material, including HTML instruction pages, style guides, technical writing sites, tech writing tools, dictionaries, etc. My goal is to help (English-speaking) persons who are in the business of writing and formatting technical documents. I've reviewed quite a few of the sites to which this page is linked, and have used some of the tools listed.
I was preparing a report on freelance technical writers and noticed how hard it was to find technical writing sites run by writers, most were recruitment site. So I’ve made a list of the top 50 technical writers with a web presence. Some of these you might know, such as Darren Barefoot and Tom Johnson. I have also added some other writers from India, Russia and Israel to reach out to a wider audience.