Re: Breaking into the tech writing job market
Andrew....we miss you and your caustic, but often valuable, comments.
Combs, Richard wrote:
Allow me to reprise a couple of choice quotes from a ghost of the
"You cannot, under any circumstances, produce intelligent and useful
documentation if you don't understand the content."
"...Ignorance is not a valuable commodity regardless of how you spin it.
You don't impress people with your astounding ability to NOT understand
-- Andrew Plato
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