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> > Is this appropriate to say to another poster?
> Yes, as long as you say it quite clearly.
> I think Andrew is saying that he believes the emphasis should be on depth
> technical knowledge, while you are saying that you believe that knowing
> tech knowledge is a given, and the major difference is to develop the
> writing skill.
It seems to me that some have contended that having technical knowledge
about the current product is not enough. Instead, they seem to be saying,
you must be almost as expert as the SMEs before you even start the job.
It's that idea that I think is flawed.
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