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Hal Hart <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 19 Feb 1997 16:00:36 -0800
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>   Chad was correct in his characterization.  Journeymen were experienced,
>   competent craftsman -- certified as passing apprenticeship and suitable to
>   perform under little direction by a master.  However, they were not
>   masters yet.

If you are suggesting that "advanced" was correct, then I interpreted
Bill Whitaker's original suggestion that straightforward tips for
journeymen be offered differently than you did.  Call it whatever you
want, let's offer something for the hard-working guy who produces real
stuff (unlike most of us?) and doesn't care much about research, the
SEI, process stuff, policy crap, silver bullets, or even professional
societies.  Just "stuff that works" to solve real problems easier.  -- Hal

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