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In my last post (How do you like to write?) I discussed how Doc-To-Help makes it simple for you to write a book, chapter by chapter - and still output high-quality, feature-rich, *logical* Help and web output, as well as attractive manual output. In this post; a few writing tips...
With music blaring on your iPod? In a quiet corner? Actually, that's not where I'm going with this (although I admit I don't write and listen to music at the same time). I'm talking about something a little more fundamental. Do you like to write in a traditional narrative format?
It was a day that started early for two of our Product Managers, Dan and Chris.With the release of our SharePoint Web Parts this quarter, they will be quite the conversationalists at the ComponentOne exhibit during SPTechCon in Boston. Hopefully, they'll bring back some pictures for me to post. If you are in the Boston area and would like to meet with Dan or Chris, email me at email@example.com
ComponentOne has been awarded two Code Project Members Choice Awards. At a ceremony held during TechEd in Los Angeles, Jeff Hatfield, president at The Code Project (USA) recognized ComponentOne Doc-To-Help as the Members Choice winner in the Documentation and Help category and ComponentOne Maps for SharePoint in the SharePoint Tools category.
The ComponentOne team at TechEd in LA next week will be handing out some cool booth swag. One of the items they are giving away can be worn...hint, hint. Therefore, they decided to make it fun. Starting at Noon on Monday, May 11 they will randomly pick someone in the exhibit hall, who is sporting it, and surprise that person with a single Studio for Silverlight subscription. It gets better; they'll pick someone every two hours during the expo hall hours.
Next week we will be heading to Los Angeles for this year's TechEd. We are exhibitng and you'll find us at booth #134. As mentioned in the recent VSM article, we will have a show promotion running. So stop by to check it out and if you are there during the evening reception we'll have a fun hand-out.
Studio for iPhone is the only suite of controls available that allows a developer to create iPhone-styled applications using the ASP.NET Framework. The Studio for iPhone suite includes navigation lists, calendars, views, tab bars, cover flow, and various controls, such as buttons and sliders.