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Subject:Re: Tech Writer Position at MICROS Systems, Inc. From:"Scott J Warren 405-624-0070 fax (405)377-6867" <WARRENS -at- DECUS -dot- ORG> Date:Mon, 23 Aug 1993 01:21:00 -0400
Micros? My company has a restaurant (might be converting one other )
with a 3 terminal Micros system setup in Nov of 1991. I think it
Hey, even though I do not have a Tech Writing background ... are you
looking for any over experienced, under educated tech people? I do do alot
of tutoring in computers and my father has taught me the tricks of
technical writing (as we make fun of Tech manuals; trying to find the best
comedy lines) (oh yea... dad Tech Teachs at OSU in case you did not know)
I have been using computers for 10 years, in the restaurant business for
about 8 years including line cook and kitchen managment. I also attend
Decus regulary (Fall = 9th).
Just a thought....
(Resume available; Trying to finish school)