My articles from LavaCon are slowly being posted online at TechWhirl’s LavaCon Conferences Page. I am working through plenty of typed and handwritten notes, and audio recordings. So far I have plenty of articles to write about and I believe there will be some article ideas that will come out of my attendance from this year’s LavaCon.
I am extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to attend LavaCon 2011 in Austin, TX and I also have a unique position of covering the conference from the perspective of a new professional in the field of technical communication. Currently there is so much that this conference offers that I will have various topics to write about long after the presentations are over.
Here is a brief overview of what I will cover at LavaCon for the great folks at TechWhirl.com
Summaries of presentations attended with key points
Feature article from the perspective of a new technical communicator
I also will post live on Twitter from the event. If you read my Twitter stream, you can see where I will be at for the most part. You might find yourself famous through my blogging! You can also find me via Facebook and Google+. Some content will be cross-posted on those sites too.
In addition, most of my blog posts here at LavaCon will reference directly to TechWhirl. While I am at the conference, my interviews, summaries, and feature articles will be published on their site, however I will have a quick summary with a reference link. For the next six days, I will post related information about the LavaCon conference, such as the BBQ Crawl, after-session events, and my personal thoughts.
Here is a short update before I board my flight to Austin. It is a wonderful opportunity to write for TechWhirl.com and a great way to visit folks at the conference. To those who follow my Twitter Feed @rogerrenteria, I will be updating my progress through there, as well as Facebook and Google+.
What I post will be on the TechWhirl site.
So far, I’m waiting in an empty waiting room for my flight.