Re: Working with Developers

Subject: Re: Working with Developers
From: Todd Sieling <tsieling -at- DIRECT -dot- CA>
Date: Sun, 28 Mar 1999 17:11:49 -0800

I heartily support this point as well. Starting with the assumption that
both writers and engineers are professionals who care about putting out the
best product they can enable you to walk right by the conflicts that seem to
some inevitable.
Todd Sieling

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> I have to agree with Eric on this subject. I am the sole Technical
> Author here and the developers are always willing to help. It is just
> showing a little common courtesy between the two of us and realising
> that both jobs are just as important as the other.
> Chris

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