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Subject:Re: TECHWR-L Digest - 14 May 1996 to 15 May 1996 From:Dennis Meier <boisemeier -at- EXECU -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 17 May 1996 10:06:03 -0600
On Wed, 15 May 1996 Mary Howe wrote:
>What industries are represented on this list?
Mary: great question. The responses show a tremendous diversity of expertise.
I am an independent consultant. My first training was in nuclear engineering
(bachelors and masters), but I found myself doing mostly software
development/maintenance/testing about three years out of college. To improve
my technical communication skills I am working on a masters in TC at Boise
As a former manager for two minority-owned government contractors (SBA 8a
designation), I've written about fifty proposals for service contracts--I
hope to do more. Currently I am working on documenting Novell network
management practices. Next month I will be presenting a training seminar on
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