Technical Writing

Technical documentation reads easier when embedded with light or even humorous tonal cues

As a long form technical writer, Steve’s voice focuses on the use of common semantics to help explain and understand complex technical concepts. His style tends to be most at home in technical blogs, user manuals, and help systems, as well as documenting policies and procedures for IT departments.

Steve has developed a rare aptitude for infusing a humorous, lighthearted tone into highly technical subject matter. This style is particularly at home in technical blogs.

Public Examples:

Microsoft Windows Server 2016: A Frankenstein of Services

What You Need to Know About Data Centers

ARC Owner’s Manual (pdf)