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bio website jerrykindall.com
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I'm a technical writer at Tecplot, Inc., makers of fine data visualization software for aerospace/CFD, oil and gas exploration, and general scientific/engineering uses. Python is my Swiss Army Knife of choice. I use it to help build and validate our documentation and help, among other things. I also have some proficiency with HTML, XML, AppleScript, C#, C, and if anyone ever has a question about 6502 assembly language, I'm your man. :-)


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answered think, I think, I don't think
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answered How should I introduce new and complex technologies or tools?
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answered Is it okay to call the reader's target audience stupid?
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answered Fixing fundamental flaws of structure and composition under deadline
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answered How to start a book off?
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answered Questions on two sentences on a cover letter
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answered How do I keep up with current written English language?
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answered Resume Preamble: Sounds wrong
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answered How can I work more efficiently when writing multiple pieces of fiction at the same time?
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answered What's “fair use” for borrowing someone else's invented term?
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answered Should I start work on a sequel before I have sold my book?
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answered Author's notes: yay or nay?
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answered How little “fantasy” can be in a story and it still be recognizably fantasy?
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answered 2nd Draft- Fix spelling/grammar or plot first?
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answered No English degree, what are my chances on successfully publishing a novel?
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answered I'm getting tired of “he said” “she said” in dialogue; how do I get around it?
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answered Should I indent the first line of the first paragraph in a chapter?
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answered What are the first things I should do with an idea?
Jun
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answered Is it worth spending money on a subsidy publisher?
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answered What are some ingredients of really engaging non-fiction?