Re: Specifics on the too-good-to-be-true job PLUS question
I think some of you here have a rough idea of my capabilities as a technical
writer. I'm a good end-user writer, but I have no experience with software
development documentation. I would be truly a novice -- but maybe it's
something that a novice could pick up quickly?
Question: Can I learn this by doing it? Is the RUP process intuitive? Am I
just out of my league here, and should I say so upfront and not waste his or
my time on further discussion of this project?
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- RE: Specifics on the too-good-to-be-true job PLUS question, Bonnie Granat
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