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> Our QA manager is going
> to be leaving soon and I've been offered the QA position.
Are the products strictly software? Hardware QA and testing has a host of
issues that are far removed from software QA and testing. Hooo, boy.
Cheers ... Kim
Nanotation: Hiding the relevant restrictions on a printed item by marking
the item with a small asterisk, then noting the asterisked restrictions at
the bottom of the page, using the tiniest available font size. Differs from
"fine print," which is generally voluminous yet ignored, while a
"nanotation" is deliberately designed to be overlooked or the asterisked
restrictions are outright "typo-ed" off the page.
-- me, having fun with a typo
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