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Monday-Tuesday DITA sessions in Raleigh, NC

This upcoming Monday-Tuesday, we'll have the following DITA presentation topics covered at the RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference:   How DITA Changed the TechComm Landscape - Overview of DITA 1.2 - DITA and Publishing - DITA in an Agile Software Development Environment - DITA and Dynamic Publishing - DITADoclet tool - DITA Java API Solution/Benefits - DITA by the Bucketful (limited seating)- Collaboration Via Reuse - DITA in Action - Beyond DITA - DITA Toolkit - Case Studies - Web Services - Reliable Linking to Documentation Pages - DITA Reuse Strategy - Dynamic Content Del

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DITA By the Bucketful: Applying DITA to YOUR Content

Please note:  If you are planning to attend the subject two-part session at the RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference, you must email the conference organizer in advance.  The presenters must have your info in advance and will provide you with details on what to bring for these sessions.

 Also, seating is very limited for this two-part session and you may be turned away if you are not: 1) registered for the conference and 2) confirmed for the session in advance.

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FrameMaker / TCS and DITA

Just a heads up to FrameMaker folks that Adobe will present on TCS and DITA, and separately on FrameMaker/books and ditamaps, at the upcoming RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference.

More conference presentation details at http://www.aboveandbeyondlearning.com/ditaschedule.html .

UPDATE on the RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference in Raleigh NC (Sept 2009)

Those of you who have attended our Raleigh DITA conferences before know that we work to set a high quality schedule with technical speakers and relevant topics.  If you know me, you know that I strive to produce events that help users move up from their current level by building an opportunity for them to learn from the right presentation collection and through at-event peer networking.

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Impromptu DITA

Yesterday, we had a DITA session covered by Leigh White. She jumped right in when another speaker had an emergency. With no planning, she made it happen, which was great for the attendees interested in learning about DITA.

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