Re: Technical writing in the development process
At 7:17 PM -0400 6/24/06, Melissa Nelson wrote:
Presently, at my office I am not involved at all until the very end and then I find myself trying to do eight weeks of documentation in two or three weeks, as the developers tend to see a July 30th deadline as meaning they should have it done on July 29th. :)
As Geoff Hart has indicated, isn't this the standard definition of technical writing?
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