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lol . . . this is very much what I'd like to do. It just seems to
fit. I'd like for the doc to speak to the dev in familiar language.
But I thought I should double-check with others in similar contexts,
to see what they're doing with the term.
Thanks for the input,
At 12:11 PM -0400 6/23/08, Peter Neilson wrote:
>Odile Sullivan-Tarazi wrote:
>>back to your application in a single database roundtrip.
>Ha! It's a Very Technical Term, just like API or throughput, and the
>readers are expecting a certain precise treatment of it. Nobody
>writes "application-programmer interface" mre than once in a
>document; nobody writes "through-put" or some lengthy definition of
>it. Use "roundtrip" with no hyphen, use it unabashedly, and defend
>it against Chicago editors who demand it be changed.
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