DITA: Getting Started

Austin, TX
22 Jul 2008 - 08:30 - 23 Jul 2008 - 04:30
Event Type: 
Training Class

JoAnn Hackos’s Workshop Series announces the DITA: Getting Started workshop in Austin, TX July 22-32, 2008, taught by Frank Miler. This workshop is designed as an introduction to Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA). DITA is an information architecture that presents a powerful solution for information developers. It is meant for those who need to implement structured documentation, including writers, editors, information architects, and their managers. During the workshop you will learn to design and create information using a topic/task-based structured writing approach. You will also learn how to use XML markups with DITA elements and the importance of the DITA elements to information development.

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