RE: Writing documentation for developers

Subject: RE: Writing documentation for developers
From: "Russell Brasel" <russell -dot- brasel -at- hccredit -dot- com>
To: "'Hickling, Lisa \(TOR\)'" <lhickling -at- Express-Scripts -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 09:48:38 -0600

That's a good question--when I said we were in transition, that not only
includes writing a new software system for our customer and billing
database, but also installing a new server and an Avaya phone system. So
it's really busy in my department, and with so much going on. . . Let's
just say that sometimes I feel the information I'm getting is at the extreme
end of "Informational Granularity." But thanks for the advice--I'll bring
it up.



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