What about documentation? Nobody is going to want a GUI or framework without documentation support, Intellisense integration, online help, etc. Plus, there's other kinds of documentation--internal stuff, like how to set up version control, code documentation, design docs, revision control, etc. I'd really like to see a project that places documentation as a first class citizen. Someone needs to be the documentation librarian/manager.
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I have a question for your to do lists project: how do you position it on the desktop? When I put it to the desktop, it always located on the top left corner. Please let me know how to put it at different location on the desktop, thanks a lot.
Oblong is in my old high school conference. I played some basketball, baseball and track. I'm a little older than you are (probably your wife too), but she may know some of the guys I played against. I went to Cumberland H.S., I'm sure she knows where that is or has heard of it.
Adam Wimsatt wrote: I'll be there in 9 days to visit the inlaws... what type of coding work is there in Effingham?
There isn't a lot of coding work. I work for Patterson Dental (formerly EagleSoft here in Effingham) and we write software for dental offices. There are some coding jobs around the area, but I'd say we probably have the largest number of programmers (about 20).
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