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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: Derick Bailey (Muted Solutions LLC), Christopher Bennage
- Written guidance: David Britch (Content Master Ltd.), Mike Jones
- Test: Larry Brader, Poornimma Kaliappan (VanceInfo)
- UX and graphic design: Deborah Steinke (Graphic Designer, adaQuest, Inc.), Howard Wooten
- Editorial support: Mick Alberts, John Osborne
We want to thank the customers, partners, and community members who have patiently reviewed our early content and drafts. We especially want to recognize Jose M. Alarcon (CEO, campusMVP.net), Srđan Božović (MFC Mikrokomerc), Pablo Cibraro (AgileSight), Andrew Davey, Robert Fite (Application Delivery Architect), Paul Glavich (Chief Technology Officer, Saasu.com), Ian Green (www.hardcore-games.tk), Adrian Kulp (CTO, Aeshen LLC), Alvin Lau (Solutions Consultant, Dimension Data (Singapore)), Thomas Lebrun, Chris Love, Yasser Makram (Independent Consultant), Ming Man, Chan (Section Manager, AMD), Christopher Maneu (UI Engineer, Deezer), Paulo Morgado (MVP, paulomorgado.net), Caio Proiete (Senior Trainer, CICLO.pt), Carlos dos Santos (Product Manager, CDS Informática Ltda.), Mitchel Sellers (CEO, Director of Development, IowaComputerGurus Inc.), Darren Sim (Partner, Similton Group LLP), Perez Jones Tsisah (Freelance Software Developer), Dave Ward (Encosia), and Tobias Zimmergren (Microsoft MVP) 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 enjoyed creating it. Happy coding!
Build date: 11/29/2012