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I have to add, that my ideal situation includes a stable beta period before
release, during which GUI and functional additions are not permitted, and
during which the documentation gets done. That, and a $1,000,000 per year
salary, plus bonuses.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Swallow, William [SMTP:WSwallow -at- courion -dot- com]
> I don't think I've EVER documented a finished product. Everything I've
> worked on has been in development, as when it's not in development, it's
> use by end users who need the doc to use the product... My ideal situation
> is to hop on board a project at its conception and work with engineering,
> QA, support, training, product management, etc. to help develop a solid
> product from the get-go. I haven't hit that ideal yet, but have come close
> several times.
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