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comment How can I transition to a job using the Microsoft stack?
+1, fresh out of college I got a job at a Microsoft shop with no prior knowledge of the MS stack. As long as you can demonstrate you are competent and willing to learn you will be fine.
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comment What does your Technical Documentation look like?
From my experience it is more about using standard templates, document structure, etc than about data formats or software.
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comment Under what circumstances should error messages be presented to the user?
Good point, that was a poor example. But you get the idea; if the application will not start up you have to say something.
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revised Under what circumstances should error messages be presented to the user?
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comment Under what circumstances should error messages be presented to the user?
Yes, that is probably a better way to put it. Thanks for your feedback.