RE: Do I have to understand the material?
In terms of the issue that kicked off this thread, does a tech writer
need an Associate's degree in electronics to document electronics?
Also, does the writer need to be as much an expert as the engineer or
programmer, or can the technical writer do a good job with a less-deep
I've always taken pride in saying that I'm a "read-only" programmer.
Similarly, I can follow a schematic diagram of almost any electronic system, but I couldn't design one from scratch if my life depended on it. If I could, I'd be making much more as an engineer, I'm sure.
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