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Eric Dunn wrote:
>I've yet to see one certifiable skill that wouldn't be better
>certified by the specific industry than a techwriter
Andrew Plato wrote:
>The tech writing market is already flooded beyond capacity.
>Certifying will only artificially "raise the bar". The free market
>shall decide who is the best writers...and it is doing that right now.
I agree strongly with both of these posts.
And I maintain that a well-written resume and cover letter should make
your skills and accomplishments MUCH clearer to a potential employer than
certification from some entity known only to tech writers ever could.
If you're good at this job, it's really not that hard to prove it.
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