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Subject:Re: Should Techwhirlers Program? From:Linda Castellani <castle -at- CRL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 10 Jan 1997 23:57:26 -0800
I'd like to know, too.
On Fri, 10 Jan 1997, Karen F. wrote:
> I'd like to know if anyone out there with no prior programming experience has
> tried to learn Java. With all the WWW hoohah I've been hearing lately, I'm
> wondering if it's something to add to my skills list. Is there a demand for
> tech writers with Java? Would the investment of time and aching brain cells
> pay off in the short run?
> Karen Felker
> AnnaQai -at- aolcom
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