Shari L. Gould
Shari L. Gould is the founding member of Publishing Writes. She has more than 15 years editorial, journalism and publishing experience. For more than 10 years, Shari has been working with high-tech companies writing technical documentation, marketing materials and articles for high-profile publications. Technical documentation includes everything from network design and installation guides, to software design and API documents, to user interfaces. Marketing communications materials include white papers, press kit materials, news releases, as well as articles published in high-tech publications in both Shari's name and "ghost written" articles with clients' names in print.
Shari Gould has written numerous articles for such high-visibility publications as SunWorld, LinuxWorld, IBM developerWorks, Solaris Developer Connection, and XML Journal, among others.
Implementing the latest in online publishing, Publishing Writes authors and developers have written an online tutorial for IBM developerWorks in Extensible Markup Language (XML). Targeting a highly-technical audience of software developers, this tutorial explores Sun's Java 2 Micro Edition, the language used to develop applications for mobile devices.
Shari develops documentation for both technical and non-technical audiences, in both printed and online formats. Extensive experience using a variety of operating systems, word processing, desktop publishing and online Help development tools make Shari ready for any work environment.
Shari's extensive writing experience and journalism background provides a solid basis for exceptional editing skills.