RE: Who dreams up these things?

Subject: RE: Who dreams up these things?
From: Judy Hurtado <jhurtado -at- prosweb -dot- com>
To: "'Christine Pellar-Kosbar'" <chrispk -at- merit -dot- edu>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 08:38:00 -0500

Enough about processes! Let's get on to a new subject. And BTW, Andrew,
how did you get your company to buy you a cat?

Judy Hurtado
PROS Strategic Solutions
(713) 335-5203
jhurtado -at- prosweb -dot- com

-----Original Message-----
From: Christine Pellar-Kosbar [mailto:chrispk -at- merit -dot- edu]
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 8:30 AM
Subject: Re: Who dreams up these things?


Actually though, I'm big into processes -- style guides, checklists -- that
Yeah, if there is only one of you, sit your butt down and write. If there
are two
or more of you, or you aren't planning to retire from your current place of
(who is?), formal processes help those who want consistency achieve it.

I do have to agree that the acronym systems I've seen have left me cold.

Christine Pellar-Kosbar

Andrew Plato wrote:

> Sorry I have been away. Been real busy. I breezed by the TECHWR-L list
> and saw a few posts about various process methods. You know how I love
> posts.
> Who the hell dreams up these processes? The Rational MasterBlaster Method
> the Capability Mastication Monster? Whatever happened to the "sit your
> down and write a damn user guide you lazy bum" method.
> <snip>

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