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for answering my inquiry. The majority rules that someone skilled in
Interleaf should be up and running on Frame in about a day.
Senior Technical Writer, V3 Semiconductor Corp.
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Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum.
> Hi folks,
> We're considering hiring someone on a short-term contract. They have a good
> skill set, but tools-wise, they are experienced with Interleaf. We are a Frame
> shop. How big of a jump is this? I've not used Interleaf before.