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Gene Kim-Eng wrote:
> Yes, but in those companies there usually is no
> tech writer job...
Yeah, the outfits I refer to have little need for a certain kind of
self-identified "tech writer". Still, they have needs and can be
targeted. Just depends on whether you must do only what you do, or
can do what they need.
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