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Not since the 80's. I've spent most of my time since 1990
in relatively small, "bleeding edge" technology companies.
We have no place in such an environment for someone who
only wears one hat or only knows how to do one job.
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From: "Sara Stewart" <sara -at- sara-stewart -dot- com>
> On the other hand, I suspect that our differing experience has something
> to do with the market segment in which one is working. From what
> Technical Writer and Gene Kim-Eng were saying, it sounds as though they
> work in large enterprise settings with a much more stereotypically
> "corporate" environment
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