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> John Posada
> I'm not going to try and throw out all kinds of excuses why I
> couldn't produce documentation on time and on schedule. I write and
> with 20+ years doing it, I'm past coming up reasons why I can't.
I never implied such a thing nor questioned your experience. I'm speaking simply of the need for business requirements for development....and speaking as a BA at the beginning of the DLC rather than as a technical writer playing catch-up at the end of it. As someone else mentioned, most of us have been there, done that, and have the coffee mug.
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