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Subject:Looking for work in Atlanta From:sheldon kohn <sheldon -dot- kohn -at- MCI -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 19 Mar 1999 10:47:15 -0500
Hello fellow tech whirlers,
I have been working on a a wonderful project at MCIWorldCom documenting an
on-line credit analysis tool written in Java. Due to across the board
reductions in IT, my contract has been eliminated rather unexpectedly, and I
am looking for another position in Atlanta.
Basically, I have worked as a technical writer for almost 10 years, creating
user manuals, training manuals, on-line help, and developer's reference
tools (e.g. APIs). I also have experience managing the
publications-development process. Of course, full details are available upon
I would appreciate any leads that anyone can share. It is better if you
would contact me off-line at my home e-mail address:
s -dot- ikohn -at- worldnet -dot- att -dot- net -dot-