Life Cycle PLanning

Subject: Life Cycle PLanning
From: "Sherry Michaels" <sherry -dot- michaels -at- docntrain -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2004 17:23:09 -0700

Jason asks: "I had a phone call today for a possible job as a Tech writer.
They mentioned "Life cycle documentation" or "Life Cycle Planning".

What is this and where on the internet can I read about it?"

You won't seem ignorant if you ask them "in which regard?" Life cycle
documentation could mean "SDLC" documentation which is "System Development
Life Cycle" documentation. This is something a lot of IT departments are
getting very focused on because Sarbanes-Oxley requires it.

However, "Life Cycle documentation" is generic enough to apply to many
aspects, including quality efforts. It's a guess on your part what they are
asking about unless they are more specific.

>From the question, it sounds as if someone is acting as go-between
(recruiter?) who doesn't understand what they are being asked to staff. This
only means you have to be more specific in your questions.

Good luck.

Sherry Michaels
Michaels & Associates, LLC
11639 E. Wethersfield Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
480-614-8440 Local
877-614-8440 Toll free
480-614-2775 FAX



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