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New Developer and Education Flyers!
The OpenOffice.org team, led by Frank Peters of Documentation, has created new flyers for developers and students. (The pages below are for now placeholders.)
Developer Flyer | Education Flyer
OpenOffice.org API - Code Snippet Base
"codesnippets.services.openoffice.org or openoffice.bestsolution.at provides you a space where you can upload, search and review Code Snippets solving Common OO-Programming task."

The code snippets can be found at:
http://codesnippets.services.openoffice.org/
New Book: "OpenOffice.org Macros Explained"
"This book provides an introduction to the creation and management of macros in OpenOffice. Numerous examples and explanations demonstrate proper techniques and discuss known problems and solutions. The underlying data structure is discussed and techniques are introduced to evaluate OpenOffice objects, facilitating the use of returned objects in the absence of sufficient documentation."

More information about the book can be found at:
http://www.pitonyak.org/book/
New UNO Wrapper API
"The Java UNO Wrapper classes improve some important aspects when using the UNO interface. Using the wrapper one gets
  • improved type safety,
  • transparent functionality of every wrapped object,
  • well documented object methods having nice and readable signatures (based on the original IDL descriptions),
  • better readability and maintainability of programs."
The wrapper API can be found at
http://www.riess.de/de/downloads/applications/JavaUnoWrapper/en/index.html
Developer Snapshot Builds
Everybody who is interested in the development progress on the OpenOffice.org codelines should frequently check for new snapshot builds.

The current snapshot builds are available at:
http://download.openoffice.org/next
General
Have you integrated OpenOffice.org into your solution?
More and more companies and individuals are integrating OpenOffice.org, or OpenOffice.org derivatives like StarOffice into their products and solutions. Also more and more developers are creating new add-ons for OpenOffice.org by using the SDK.

In order to create a list of all the cool and powerful usages of OpenOffice.org please send your "OpenOffice.org sightings" to kay.koll@sun.com

Here is a short preliminary list of known integrations (all links point to external web sites):
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StarOffice Basic
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Java
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VB/Delphi
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C++
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XML
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Databases
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Web Services
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