Re: Writing vs. Testing (Reply)

Subject: Re: Writing vs. Testing (Reply)
From: Ivan Gelicall <ivan_gelicall -at- HOTBOT -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:22:52 -0700


You problem is not a unique one. Especially if you re working for a small company, which I am assuming you are.

As a tech writer, I have been asked to entertain clients what this has to do with writing who knows. But I took the clients to a local bar and watched them consume as much alcohol in as little time as possible and then act like a bunch of English Soccer Hooligans on a Saturday night.

Next, I was asked to track the bugs in the system and report them to the VP. When I showed him how many there actually were he let a heavy bible fly across the room to show his disagreement with the report I had given him. God Bless Him!

Lastly, it seems that whenever I feel like getting Mocha I become the company clerk and woodwork squeaks and out come the freaks. Oh I m not complaining after all, it gives me something to write about, so who cares about the system? Not me I m doing everything but writing.


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