Re: Style guides?
"The Elements of Style" by Strunk & White.
Got it :) So maybe I'll just study this book some more and ask questions here as needed.
Thank you everyone for your suggestions. I may look into the MS guide although I have a preference for all things open source :) The only things I'll be writing in the near future are for myself and possibly some open source projects just to get the hang of writing.
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