Who am I?
I've been a technology buff since 1995, a husband since 1997, an on-again/off-again saxophonist since 1999, an Israeli since 2003, a blogger since 2006, a Technical Writer since 2008, handy with a drill since 2009, a digital magazine publisher since 2013, an entrepreneur since 2016, and a podcaster since 2017.
What I've Been Up To
As a Documentation Manager and Technical Writer in a small tech writing outsourcing company, I have to juggle many tasks, ranging from managerial to admin, to mentoring, to sales, and, yes, quite often even to actual technical writing.
StringBridge's aim was to develop and sell Jewish crafts for kids. Starting out as a subscription platform, the business eventually evolved into a more standard eCommerce store. As a co-founder, it was a wild ride.
3D printing is an exciting technology. I was thrilled to be part of the Stratasys tech writing team responsible for both hardware and software documentation. I was also in charge of managing the translation project, which involved many versions and multiple languages.
I started off at NDS as a Patent Paralegal. I self-funded a course in technical writing and then worked in the Security Group, documenting security chips for Smart Cards. NDS gave me a solid foundation for everything that was to come afterwards.