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Subject:JAD and the TW From:Matt Danda <mdanda2 -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 12 Feb 1998 07:30:24 -0800
Lately I've learned of a new specialty for technical writing: Joint
Application Development (JAD).
Does anyone have any experience with this? My current employer seems
to use it a lot for writing requirements and analyzing business
processes, and they are hiring some high-dollar JAD facilitators who
also consider themselves technical writers.
I am wondering if this is a field worth investigating? I have thus far
been focusing my career on documentation in software development,
because of the superior job security and compensation, and now I'm
curious if becoming a TW/JAD Facilitator would offer
Technical Writer Contracting for the Mouse
email: mdanda -at- yahoo -dot- com
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