How to avoid being a secretary for engineers
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Have you ever felt that you're merely documenting solutions, and that the creative/analytical work has already been done and celebrated by others?
Do engineers sometimes see documentation as an afterthought, not as a problem to solve worthy in itself?
How do you articulate and communicate the critical analysis and other more creative decision-making you do in the workplace to those around you?
Will writing and sharing more of your tech comm thoughts with others influence them to feel more value toward your role and tasks?
What type of documentation projects excite you the most?
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