I’ve just published Version 4 of the Arse First Guide to Technical Blogging with additional content, better spelling & improved grammar. Thanks to everyone who bought the early version Technical Blogging book and made a personal success for me. Nearly 100 people have bought so far and sales continue steadily. I get a little thrill every time I get an email telling me about another sale.
I’ve continued to add content to the book and you will find links in the Release Notes to the new sections so it is easy to find. And, thanks to feedback from readers I’ve fixed lot more of the spelling/grammar mistakes and changed some points that were not very clear.
As always, I’d love for you to tell other people about the book. Send them an email with a link to https://leanpub.com/Technical-Blogging-Writing-Arse-First/ , or tweet or blog it. You support would help me to write my next book.
Speaking of my next book, you can register your interest in The OpenFlow Book by heading over The OpenFlow Book – Network Engineers Introduction to OpenFlow and Its Usage and sign up to be notified when we publish the final version, hopefully in next few weeks.
|1||20130518||First Version of Arse First Method of Technical Blogging|
|2||20130521||Grammar, Spelling and some minor edits.|
|Special thanks to Jennifer Huber (http://jenniferhuber.blogspot.com for proof reading|
|extra special thanks to John Herbert http://lamejournal.com for edits & proof reading|
|4||20130522||Based on your feedback, removed the Chapter Headings because they looked awful in Kindle/ePub format|
|Added Section Don’t Apologise for Not Posting.|
|Added section on Knowledge Management Screencasts on Vimeo.|
|Added section Why Starting At The End Works to expand more on why writing the conclusion first works.|
|20130525||Super huge thanks to Lindsay Hill @northlandboy for his copywriting skills – http://lkhill.com|
|20130526||Thanks to Tim Smith for his tips on Markdown for Microsoft Windows|
|20130527||Minor changes to the cover image|