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After lurking for a couple of weeks, I would like to introduce myself.
I am a freelance technical writer and translator from Hanau, Germany
(near Frankfurt). My main specialisations are software and electronics.
This list has given me a lot of competent advice in the past, so I hope
to contribute some useful hints too to return your favour. It's lovely
to stay in contact with workmates from all over the world -- mailing
lists certainly reduce the loneliness of the long distance writer...
State-certified translator and technical writer
Doris Werder Technical Writing and Translations
English > German, German> English, Spanish> German
Electronics, IT, Politics
+49 (6181) 160431
dwerder -at- t-online -dot- de
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