Meet the Hilo team (Windows Store apps using C++ and XAML)
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After you download the code, see Getting started with Hilo for instructions.
This guide was produced by:
- Program Management: Blaine Wastell
- Development and written guidance: David Britch (Content Master Ltd.), Bob Brumfield, Colin Campbell (Modeled Computation LLC), Scott Densmore, Kate Gregory (Partner, Gregory Consulting), Thomas Petchel
- Test: Swetha Dyachavaram (Technology analyst, Infosys Ltd.), Carlos Farre, Rohit Sharma, Aviraj Singh (Sr. Technology Architect, Infosys Limited)
- UX and graphic design: Deborah Steinke (Graphic Designer, adaQuest, Inc.), Howard Wooten
- Editorial support: Marzena Makuta, Mike Matteson, John Osborne, Kristi Rasmussen
We want to thank the customers, partners, and community members who have patiently reviewed our early content and drafts. We especially want to recognize Marcelo Hideaki Azuma (ITGROUP), Chad Carter (CTO, GlobalCove Technologies), Tony Champion (Owner, Champion DS), Carlos dos Santos (CDS Informática Ltda.), Genevieve Fernandes, Alon Fliess (Chief Architect, CodeValue), Timo Heinäpurola, Tim Heuer, Robert Hogg (Black Marble), Hong Hong, Mike Kenyon (Senior Principal Software Engineer, IHS, Inc.), Artur Laksberg, Michael B. McLaughlin, Harry Pierson, Caio Proiete (Senior Consultant/Trainer, CICLO), Andy Rich, Martin Salias, Herb Sutter, Jose Miguel Torres (Software Engineer, Xamarin), and J. Andre Tournier (Sr. Software Developer, WebMD) for their technical insights and support throughout this project.
We hope that you enjoy working with the Hilo source files and this guide as much as we did creating it. Happy coding!
Build date: 11/28/2012