Thanks for the response, but not the tone.
If you actually read the whole message you would see that I had already done all of the appropriate searches so as not to waste your valuable time.
The problem was that the code in the ‘beginners guide’ published in two different formats by GHI was incorrect. In the shorter version which I assumed would be the earliest there was a note that it was invalid and to look at the libraries which I did and sorted it out.
One of the worst things you can do if you want to promote a relatively new product is to produce a beginners guide with bad information. Just leads to frustration for the ‘newbie’ and they walk away from your offering.
As for publishing my code, I will be glad to when it is properly error trapped and commented, unlike much of the stuff on this site. The first project is a logger that reads 8 thermocouples, voltage, current and a tach and the last missing part was the RTC.
I am a ‘newbie’ to FEZ but I got my electronics tech ticket in 1968. I cut my teeth on programming with assembler in the 80’s because if you wanted something you had to build it yourself. Some of my programming was published. I hold worldwide patents.
You may be 'FEZ Masters" but if you want more ‘newbies’ to continue with FEZ you might consider lightening up a bit and pointing out that the documentation is bad.