Hi, Yikes! That's crazy. Testing someone if they have the required C/C++ education just to download a SDK is very insulting. Its not that a person couldn't pass the test, I'm sure I could, but for crying out loud most people take a developer at their word. Nobody I know of is quite that anal about their SDKs. For instance, if a person goes to Microsoft's developer network, MSDN, anyone with a desire to can freely download most of their SDKs. There are no tests, forms to fill out, etc. The only annoying requirement is Microsoft's website wants you to use there jenuine advantage tool to make sure you are running a legal copy of windows. That's a bit obsessive security in my opinion, but nowhere as rediculous as testing a developer on the spot if he or she has the skills to use that particular SDK.
Cheers! On 11/2/11, pitermach <piterm...@gmail.com> wrote: > This reminds me when I read about Hins releasing an sdk for the sense > note takers. To get it though, you first have to send them a message > that you want it. Then they'll ask you some questions to check that you > have the required C knowledge to program for the device, and if they > deem you do, they'll finally send you the sdk and the documentations. > Call me crazy, but isn't that a little overkill. Just because they built > an overlay on Windows Mobile for their interface and programs doesn't > mean you should go through that kind of testing. --- Gamers mailing list __ Gamers@audyssey.org If you want to leave the list, send E-mail to gamers-unsubscr...@audyssey.org. You can make changes or update your subscription via the web, at http://mail.audyssey.org/mailman/listinfo/gamers_audyssey.org. All messages are archived and can be searched and read at http://email@example.com. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the management of the list, please send E-mail to gamers-ow...@audyssey.org.