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Subject:Re: Radical Idea? From:"Susan W. Gallagher" <sgallagher -at- EXPERSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 12 May 1997 11:08:17 -0700
John Bell wrote:
>So, hypothetically speaking, would you as a tech writer enjoy a job
>where you were doing technical writing, client training, and client
>technical support? If the company grows larger and the opportunity to
>split into separate disciplines arises, should we split and which
>discipline(s) would you want to work in?
Great idea, John! I've worked in both training and tech support and,
IMO, both experiences are invaluable to tech writers. Putting your
writers "on the front lines" will do your docs, writers, and product
a world of good! Go for it!
sgallagher -at- expersoft -dot- com
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