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Technical Writing and Consulting on a Global Scale
Docforce arose from, and is a sister company to, Bard na nGleann. As a result, we have over 20 years of experience in sourcing and managing technical writers for multinational technology companies.
We use the proven skill set of our Irish operations and combine it with our global workforce. As a result, we can provide our services on a global scale.
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Ireland is famously known as the Island of Saints and Scholars. It got this name because Christianity first came to Ireland between the 3rd and 5th Centuries. At this time, much of Europe was plunging into the Dark Ages. In contrast, Ireland provided a beacon of light.
This was Ireland’s Golden Era. In short, Ireland became a thriving land of art and literature, culture and Christianity. Many of Ireland’s most famous saints were plying their trade during this time.
The recorded history of Austin, Texas, began in the 1830s. At this time, Anglo-American settlers arrived in Central Texas. In 1837, settlers founded the village of Waterloo on the banks of the Colorado River, the first permanent settlement in the area. By 1839, Waterloo would adopt the name Austin and become the capital of the Republic of Texas.
Austin’s history has also been largely tied to state politics. In the late 19th century, the establishment of the University of Texas made Austin a regional center for higher education, as well as a hub for state government. In the 20th century, Austin’s music scene had earned the city the nickname “Live Music Capital of the World”. With a population of over 800,000 in 2010, Austin is experiencing a population boom. To that end, Austin was the third fastest-growing large city in the nation during the 2000s (decade).
Austin is largely considered the spiritual and tech center of the southern United States. As such, we call it home for what we see as the progression of the human race.