January 19, 2005
APIs and SDKs: Breaking Into and Succeeding in a Specialty Market
Presenter: Ed Marshall
APIs and SDKs sound like just another set of ingredients in high-tech alphabet soup, but they are much more. The acronyms stand for Application Programming Interfaces and Software Developer Kits. Developers use them to create new applications, often to be used by other developers, to develop yet other applications.
In this program, Ed will present the following:
About the Speaker
Ed Marshall is an information developer at Compuware Corporation. He has over 16 years experience in technical writing, producing printed and online documentation for operating systems, programming languages, and various APIs and SDKs. He has presented talks at the STC International Conferences on Archiving Projects, Using File Management Systems Effectively, and Peer Editing or Editing for the Sole Writer. Ed can be reached at .
5:45 - 9:00 PM - Dinner meeting
(6:45 - Dinner, 7:30 - Presentation)
Sheraton Lexington Inn, 727 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 02173
Map and Directions
Payment received by January 15:
$20 for STC-Boston and Northern New England (NNE) chapter members
$5 for full-time registered students* who are STC-Boston or NNE chapter members
$30 for STC or non-STC members
$20 for full-time registered students* who are not STC-Boston chapter members
Payment received after January 15 (space permitting):
Cancellations must be made by January 15 to receive a refund.
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