Re: Which skill to acquire
I recommend looking at API documentation, and more generallydeveloper-focused documentation.
Yes, API and dev-docs are an ideal specialized/marketable skill, with lots of new contacts, and lots of very interesting things to work on!
For excellent info, both overview and very technical, I highly recommend checking out
* Write the Docs: http://www.writethedocs.org/, and the Slack network, which has multiple channels, http://www.writethedocs.org/slack/.
Looking forward to everyone's ideas about today's skills,
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