- It supports writing in markdown and I love markdown.
- There is a large collection and variety of books including technical books and material, some of which are free too.
- In case you are not a professional writer, the publication process encourages you with the feeling as if you are one.
I hadn’t written/published any lengthy material in a long time except the C+/CLI Primer on CodeProject. Why not publish same, I thought, and actually published. I wasn’t even expecting any response from anyone since the material was on C++/CLI, a language that gave me the impression that I was the only one using it at the time I published on CodeProject. 😀 I am really impressed that the material topped more than 50 downloads in about three months since it was published. Heck, a couple of them even paid despite the fact that the material is free. Not only am I humbled by this encouraging gesture but I am also convinced that C++/CLI is still being pursued and will continue to live – production, academic or as a pet language. Go grab your copy of the booklet – C++/CLI Primer. It’s free!