Hi, I’m Sarah

Freelance Technical Content Writer and Lover of the Tech Community

About Coding Writer

Even when you’re wearing your banana-patterned suit, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to remain unique in the technical field. You’re offering innovative products during a time in which everybody’s bragging about their alleged innovations while acing the tech-bullshit-bingo.

However, rest assured that there’s a way to gain the attention of your potential clients without losing your dignity. You don’t need to scream what everybody else screams, or play games you’re overly tired of: You just need to be you and stay true to your ideas and motives.


Coding Writer was born for two reasons:

1. I believe our world would be a much better place if we could avoid misunderstandings and wrong interpretations. Through my work, I want to contribute in the best way I can: Creating content for you and your ideas, that reaches your audience in an intelligible and engaging way. No lies, no showing-off, just portraying your technical side and how human and passionate you are.

2. I love the programming community and want to give something back to the people who helped me so much. I heard people say, that programmers aren’t good at writing or selling themselves. However, this is not true! That’s why I want to share my knowledge about writing and marketing with my fellow developers – we’ll show those nay-sayers!

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Your ideas deserve to be understood

Are you struggling with communicating your technical content to your audience understandably? Want to erase those question marks from your users’ faces? With the support of Coding Writer, you’ll get clarity into your communication. Whether your target audience is technically affine or not.

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About Me

My name’s Sarah Mischinger, and I’m living in Vienna, Austria. At the end of my 20s, I decided it was time for a significant change in my life and am now building my own business. There are so many things I’ve learned in the last months, and I wouldn’t go back to a regular 9-5 job. So, I’m genuinely grateful for having the opportunity to follow my guts and do what I think is best for current- and future me.

At school, I wanted to study in a language- or literature specific field, but when I found out, that there aren’t too many jobs out there for graduates, I decided to do something different. So I studied Media technology to become a Web Developer.

After I graduated, I worked for an agency for nearly seven years. I started as a full-stack dev, then switched to backend programming entirely until finally, I realized, that I’m missing the joy in my work. That’s when I started focusing on writing again. I took on several writing todos at my last job, and I loved it.

In 2018 I decided to do what I thought was right for me and started building my technical content writing business. Additionally, I started a blog on my website where I teach developers about writing and marketing.

Random facts about me:
  • dog person
  • non-pushy vegan
  • believe in the good in all people
  • play video games instead of watching TV
  • huge book lover
  • my travel goals: Japan and Costa Rica
  • grew up in Tyrol but can’t ski
  • camping fan
  • don’t go swimming in public pools
  • I’d love living in the north

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