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> - Cost control and budgeting
> - Project management
> - System Analysis
> - SDLC
> - Reprographics (printing, distribution, layout, etc)
> - Development technologies
> - QC/QA
> - People-skills (EEOC and all the sensitivity disciplines)
> - Writng and editing (and all the rules)
> - Localization
> - etc.
Should a *technical writing* certification really cover all these
things? Technical writing?
You are lumping writing and editing in with project management,
macroeconomics, graphic arts, quality assurance, localization, and
That isn't a certification; it's too broad. That's years of good
experience, right there.
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