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Technical Writer

Research & Writing



This is a paid position. Compensation will be disclosed by the company after applying.

About Company:

DevNull is introducing 're:doubt' which simplifies the process of accessing complex data through the use of emerging TVM-based blockchain coverage, AI-powered charting tools, and insights from a community-driven market. Our suite of tools is capable of extracting, combining, modifying, and analyzing data from multiple sources, whether they are on-chain or off-chain, into a single, cohesive system that produces meaningful insights.

Job Description:

DevNull team looks for a technical writer who will document the APIs, write specifications for cryptographic and blockchain protocols, and co-author announcements for our developer community. You'll play a pivotal role in distilling complex product details into clear and structured documentation. Your responsibilities include analyzing product descriptions, specifications, and manuals to ensure their accuracy and coherence. Collaborating closely with the engineering team, you will ensure that our documentation, encompassing products, services, and APIs, is both expansive and up-to-date, while aligning with technical terminologies and specifics. Additionally, you will be tasked with the ongoing maintenance and updating of our knowledge base to ensure it remains a vital and relevant resource for internal teams and our broader user community.


  • Analyzing and structuring product descriptions, specifications and manuals;

  • Creating, expanding and updating documentation for our products, services and APIs;

  • Communicating with the engineering team on terminology and specifics;

  • Accumulating and keeping up to date the knowledge base.


  • Fluent English speaker.

  • Experience writing technical articles/documentation/specs.

  • Preferably background in networking, cryptography or blockchain.

  • Experience writing instructions according to the company's standards for regular users and developers.

  • Knowledge of the popular formats — html/markdown; LaTeX is a plus.

  • Ability to ask the right questions, understand and convey meaning.

  • Bonus: Know how to operate version control systems.

  • Bonus: Have experience in documenting API.

  • Bonus: Have programming or code reading skills.

  • Bonus: Have a portfolio with examples of previously written documentation.

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