Steve Alexander wrote:

> However, there  were a few iffy bits: some of the HTML in 
> the examples was technically incorrect, and the DTML coding 
> style was sometimes over-verbose and not properly explained. 

we have had several discussions at beehive about making 
code examples easier to read. we are currently working
on a specification which would be followed in all our

> My biggest problem using the tutorial was caused by my
> not realising that ZClass meta-types are case-sensitive. 
> This was not stressed in the tutorial - take care!

wow! we had no idea --- we'll add this note to future
versions of the tutorial. from what i remember hearing
at the last python conference this is a common python
problem also.

> Overall I'd rate it 8/10, losing points chiefly for poor
> coding style and a few inadequate explanations. As a whole, 
> it's been very useful (and saved the CTO a lot of time 
> talking me through things).

thanks! the cool thing about our tutorials is that
all our customers get free updates for one year ---
giving us bees a chance to correct any errors as well as 
document any (in this case ZClass) new features/changes.

> We'll be sending our detailed comments on the
> explanations, and HTML and DTML problems, back to Beehive. 

we'll be looking forward to these comments. we're happy about
any feedback we get!



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