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Daily Archives: 20-January-2016
Engineering Documents Should Not Be Like Snowflakes
I had dinner the other night with a networking engineer who works as a contractor. He is known as a person who writes well, and he is finding that many of the companies that he works for are asking him to determine how their networks operate and to write down what he discovers. Continue reading
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