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Thanks for the information that all of you gave me. It appears to boil down
to this (correct me if I am wrong):
- There is no standard way to document an SDK.
- There are no books explaining how to document an SDK.
- Only one firm, www.gordonandgordon.com, has tackled the training issue.
Their book is a compilation of PowerPoint slides used during their
- Most people who document SDKs have learned on their own.
So, my fellow tech writer and I (yes, we have doubled the size of our
documentation team!) are going to dive in and hopefully put out something
acceptable. Again, thanks to all who responded to me.
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