Re: How did you handle your most difficult project as a TW?
misapprehension ...> ...
preposterously complicated. Installation involved numerous tasks, some
of which had over 40 steps, and even then I was never able to complete
an installation without one of the engineers fiddling with some
And I though mine was bad.
The product: Hardware, purportedly for installation by anyone, no IT staff required.
My document: Follow these 16 very fussy steps (which I listed).
Marketing's review comment: Please reduce it to four steps.
Engineering's review comment: You left out one of the steps.
-- The product was eventually redesigned to require only one step.
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