In June, 2002, Blonde Guy
started providing on-line help for an OS/2 programming project in India.
The developers, who were from a UNIX background, were unfamiliar with OS/2
Blonde Guy provided help for the tools used to create and debug the
software. At the project continued, Blonde Guy also provided guidance for
the OS/2 API, for exception handling, for the Java Native Interface, and
for Shared Memory.
The code was in C++ and Java. The tools used were the OS/2 Developer's
Toolkit, version 4.51, Visual Age C++ version 3.08 and the IBM Java JDK
The project was completed rapidly and was shipped on time.