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Nigel Stewart

nigels@nigels.com

Native english speaker, some technical writing experience, C++ developer.
Especially interested in magazine article style user-oriented documentation,
for example - "An introduction to using boost pointers in C++". I'd kind of
like to be published in C++ Journal or Linux Journal. :-)


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John Phillips

I am open to work with any libraries, though I certainly don't claim to be a content expert in all of them.

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Edward Diener

eddielee@tropicsoft.com

I am willing to help developers of any implementation in correcting the grammar of their English in their documentation and suggesting, if necessary, better ways of structuring a particular area of their documentation. I am knowledgable about certain of the implementations which I have used.

Please put Boost in the subject line of any e-mail sent to me requesting help.

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Loc Joly

loic.actarus.joly@numericable.fr

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Nigel Stewart

nigels@nigels.com

Native english speaker, some technical writing experience, C++ developer. Especially interested in magazine article style user-oriented documentation, for example - "An introduction to using boost pointers in C++". I'd kind of like to be published in C++ Journal or Linux Journal. :-)


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