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Cardimon, Craig wrote:
> Color me confused. Maybe I'm both and don't know it. Opinions, anyone?
The definition of science writing seems pretty clear to me from the
first paragraph(s) of the article. I wouldn't equate it with technical
writing. The part you're confused by is probably someone's muddled
attempt at including cases of writers doing double duty as tech writers
and science writers.
About the CS writing, some schools teach tech writing methodology for
software development in the CSci curriculum.
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