Re: The Technical Writer vs. Agile Development Methodologies
... needed, then go make developers' lives miserable until you
get access to it. ...
They *do* provide access to it. "It's on the separate sandbox network that all us developers have access to. We told you about that, you remember, at that last meeting we had after work at Snarfly's Bar, oh, maybe you weren't there."
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