Re: Tech writer career path
But... I don't see why it should be any different for a tech writer to advance in a managerial track than it would be for a software developer? Engineers are promoted all the time to positions in which they'll be focusing on "manager things", not on the senior/design/architect tasks of a Principal Engineer. And likewise for a typical engineer-to-product shift.
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