Re: STC certification program
DITA is just a handy one that:
a) other people insist is very important but
b) I've had no call to use in my employment, nor any
c) several other writers have similar non-experience with
it and non-need for it.
Or, in short, there is a fundamental difference between what is core and what is merely common. You don't determine core skills by looking under the highest point in the bell curve. Indeed, quite the opposite, the core skills are those that are equally present at every point under the bell curve. And in technical communications, that ain't much.
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