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Deborah Ray wrote:
> Assuming all other factors are constant, what is your
> preferred work style as a technical writer?
> * I prefer working on one project at a time
> * I prefer working on two concurrent projects
> * I prefer working on multiple concurrent projects
> * Other/none of the above
I don't know that preferences have anything to do with it.
Left to myself, I'd probably obsessively bear down at one project at
a time. However, I can't remember the last time I've had the luxury
of doing that. Even the last couple of weeks, in which I'm
supposedly focusing on finishing a large manual, I've still had
three or four other projects to juggle.
Part of the reason is that I've been working for startups recently.
However, I didn't notice much difference in established companies.
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Progeny Linux Systems
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