Wednesday 21 March, 2018:
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
Markdown Basics for Documentation Writers
Markdown enables technical and non-technical authors alike write valid HTML in a way that doesn’t feel like writing code.
This month’s presentation will explain what Markdown is, how to use it, and why it has become so popular in the documentation community. Open topics for discussion are: tips and tricks for using it, editing software, “flavors” of Markdown, GitHub workflows, and its limitations.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Leon Barnard is a Writer and Designer at Balsamiq, where he writes documentation, blog posts, and tutorials. He also manages their Hugo-powered static documentation and support sites.
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Date and Time
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, except November and December.
6:00 PM: Networking
7:00 PM: Chapter Announcements and Topic Presentation
Please arrive before 7:00 PM while someone is present at the entrance to let you in. Due to security restrictions, the doors can only be opened by Workday employees. If someone is not present at the entrance, please be patient. You can also email email@example.com to alert those inside the meeting or if you will be later than the presentation start time.
Workday San Francisco
160 Spear Street, Suite 1700 (between Mission and Howard)
San Francisco, CA 94105
The entrance is next to the Specialties Bakery. Meet on the 17th floor in the Bruce Bochy conference room
Use either the Howard Street Garage (located between Spear and Steuart) or the garage under the Rincon Center (located on Spear between Mission and Howard).
NOTE that the Howard Street Garage’s rates are lower at night than during the day.
You can take either BART or MUNI and exit at the Embarcadero Station.