PDF Documentation for the product

By Frank J on 9 Sep 2011
You need to provide up-to-date PDF documentation for your product.   The online course materials are good, but they are not enough.   No product of this magnitude should be without offline PDF documentation.   

And if there is documentation, are you gonne read it all?

For example, there is already a document available about the best practices, this document is downloaded only 20 times. 

I would say, if you want to know the in and outs, follow the bootcamp...

Joop Stringer14 Sep 2011

He is talking about the online course material ... and that needs to be revised to the latest features :-)
Frank J16 Sep 2011
I'm actually talking about offline PDF docs.   And yes, if it existed, I would read it. 

Most customers expect it.  I'm not sure why it is a foreign idea in this world.

I was told the online materials were up to date for 6.0.   If that's not the case, then, yes, those should be updated, too.

I don't know about the rest of you, but I can't make a winning case for using a tool when I can't provide PDF references.    My team will balk about 30 seconds into my attempt to sell it here.

Dave Shaffer18 Sep 2011
I don't know if I would read it cover-to-cover unless it is very good BUT I would use it for reference such as explaining particular points that interest me or how- do-I-do-this?
Rob Jasper11 Dec 2011
And, having this format of documentetation is always good to search for things you really don't know where to look.