Re: Career paths for technical writers
From: Karen Casemier <karen -dot- casemier -at- provia -dot- com>
I've been thinking lately about different career paths for technical writers<snips>
other than simply straight vertical movement (jr. writer, sr. writer,
project lead, documentation manager, etc.).
become a SME on our product - not in the same way that the developers are
(although I'm learning to read code), but in a way that is just as valuable.
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