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Working with DITA: The Darwin Information Typing Architecture

Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Date: 
24 Apr 2006 - 05:00 - 08:00
Event Type: 
Conference

Adobe and Autodesk: Success in Standards-Based Content Creation and Delivery at Global Companies

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) has seen rapid adoption and implementation. This is especially true when you compare the adoption of DITA with other standards-based approaches to content creation and distribution. Here we are less than a year after DITA 1.0 has been approved and major companies are shipping large multi-language documentation and Help sets that have been created using DITA. We can also point to DITA-specific user groups and conferences, and a myriad of vendors who are now touting DITA support in their products.

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DITA Introduction, Authoring, and Information Architecture Workshop - Full Day

Michael Priestley, one of IBM's DITA Architects, provides an introduction to DITA, followed by an introduction to some authoring best practices with DITA, and finishing with an end-to-end example of task-based information architecture using DITA maps.

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OASIS Launches DITA XML.org Focus Area

New Web Site Enables Community to Share Information on DITA Publishing Standard

The OASIS international standards consortium today introduced the DITA XML.org Focus Area. The new site serves as the community gathering place and information resource for the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA), an approved OASIS Standard that builds content reuse into the authoring process.

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SiberLogic DITA Pocket Guide

SiberLogic is pleased to present our handy new DITA Pocket Guide - a clear and concise overview of DITA basics in a compact 50-page format.  From topics to maps, from elements and attributes to specialization, it's an indispensable quick reference for beginner and practitioner alike.

Packed with valuable information, the DITA Pocket Guide is available free of charge from www.siberlogic.com/dita/.


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