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I was checking out a local (Seattle) training company, and came across a
description for one of their classes--programming for writers and editors.
One section of the 2-day class included instruction on writing SDKs. These
sections included an "anatomy of an SDK" and researching techniques related
First, I was wondering if anyone had taken this class and had an opinion on
this section of it.
Second, I contacted the company and asked them about a class that focussed
solely on the SDK documentation (for those of us who already have a general
or indepth understanding of programming). They're looking into it, but I
wondered if anyone else in the Seattle/Eastside area would be interested in
a class like this. If so, you might want to contact Joe Gonsalves of TCPlus
and let him know.
I don't really know anything about the information or training they provide
on this subject, but it couldn't hurt to find out.
I don't have any affiliated with TCPlus, I'm just someone with a major SDK
revision hanging over her head.
Sella Rush mailto:sellar -at- apptechsys -dot- com
Applied Technical Systems (ATS)
Developers of the CCM Database