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I'm a systems engineer building up my skills in web development and agile methodologies.


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revised “Contact group” or “Contacts group”?
Edited to not refer to software
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comment “Contact group” or “Contacts group”?
@zpletan Alright, I get it. But forgetting about the program, I still have the grammar doubt: should the noun to be grouped be plural or singular?
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asked “Contact group” or “Contacts group”?
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accepted What do you call the time period between notification of an event and the event?
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comment What do you call the time period between notification of an event and the event?
sure. I just updated the question to explain my problem better. Thanks!
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revised What do you call the time period between notification of an event and the event?
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comment What do you call the time period between notification of an event and the event?
Thanks Monica. It doesn't need to be a single word, I'm just looking for something that's not a whole sentence.
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comment What do you call the time period between notification of an event and the event?
Thanks. Still, "Alert period" makes me think that the alarm will ring for 15 minutes non-stop. Do you know a way to call it that makes it sound more as a time difference than as a period of time?
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asked What do you call the time period between notification of an event and the event?