Re: Technical Documentation solutions?
I have no desire to put tech writers out of work - believe me we have many
many valid roles to play - but documenting code should not be one of them!
Why not? It's not the only job that a writer can do, by any means, but it's certainly one of them.
If you don't care for documenting code, fine - the field is wide enough to accomodate a large number of different preferences.But I wonder if you aren't elevating your personal preferences to a more universal status.
Bruce Byfield 604.421.7177 bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com
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