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Tony Chung shares his Summit 2010 experience

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Tony Chung

Published: May 2010 in Career Development, Viewpoints

He offered me 30 seconds, and I gave him 2 minutes. Summit. Was. That. Good.

Thanks again to Eagranie Yuh and the STC CWC executive team for awarding me the STC Technical Communication Summit 2010 chapter grant.

At the summit I met a lot of people in real life (IRL) with whom I had only connected with before on mailing lists, through twitter, or commenting on blogs. As well, I reconnected with a few people I’d met at Documentation and Training (DocTrain) West 2008 (now no longer being held).

Kevin Cuddihy, assistant editor of STC publications, and the STC notebook blogger, asked me to share a few thoughts at the end of the summit. He offered me 30 seconds, and I gave him 2 minutes. Summit. Was. That. Good.

Hope you enjoyed the video. Had I known I was going to be interviewed that day I would have chosen a more neutral shirt colour. Ah well.

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