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Thanks to everyone who has been sending e-mail (to the list and privately)
regarding writers as developers. I've gotten a lot of great information
that will help me this fall when I start interviewing for jobs, and my
outlook on a job as both writer and developer has improved. At least
I now know that there _are_ people who do both.
By all means, if anyone has any more advice or information on this subject,
I'd still love to get it. You can send me mail privately, or post it to
the list. Whatever you wish or want! :)
Shelly La Rock
larock -at- tycho -dot- arh -dot- cdc -dot- com