Happy winner in the SDL OpenExchange Developer Competition 2012

SDL OpenExchange arranged a competition in the categories “for free” and “paid-for”, and has now announced the winners – i.e. those applications that were “most downloaded” (which really means “most clicked-on”, since it is not possible to tell whether a click – which leads to the product home page – results in a download/sale or not).

It was great news to hear that the manual was the winner in the “paid-for” category. See for yourself at the OpenExchange page.

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2 Responses to “Happy winner in the SDL OpenExchange Developer Competition 2012”

  1. Anthony Rudd says:


    I would like a copy of your book, but in printed (bound) form. You could easily provide this capability by also publishing your book in Amazon’s Createspace site. I also use Createspace as “publisher” of my books. It is very easy to provide one’s book as source (create account and upload your PDF) and, unlike other publishers, your share of the billing is much higher. Publishing via Amazon would also increase the awareness of your book.

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