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Subject:Re: Clarity or Talking Down? From:"Robin M. Allen" <robin -dot- m -dot- allen -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 28 May 1997 12:55:33 -0500
Feeman Kevin SC2275 wrote:
> To make a long story longer, she made the comment that we did not
> have to put the clarity in Step 2 that I suggested. She goes on to
> say that if the developer's need to be told that, then "We hired the
> wrong person!"
Maybe they should have included "excellent interpretation skills" in the
programmers' job description. :)