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Subject:industries From:scot <scot -at- HCI -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Tue, 21 May 1996 10:26:51 +1000
>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.
To add mine;
I work in an independant technical communication consultancy in Sydney.
THere are about 10 of us here in the office. Most of our clinets are
computer-software producers although we also do a fair bit of quality
consulting and procedure writing. Before I came here 5.5 years ago I worked
in the computer/electronics industry as a service engineer for a number of
years. Before _that_ I was in the military (in the Royal Australian Navy)
where I earnt my Naval Engineering Certificate (Electronics).
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