DITA: Getting Started

Milpitas, CA USA
21 Aug 2007 - 04:30 - 22 Aug 2007 - 12:30
Event Type: 
Training Class

JoAnn Hackos’s Workshop Series announces the DITA: Getting Started workshop in Milpitas, CA, August 21-22, 2007, taught by Frank Miller.  We invite you to join Frank for this two-day workshop focusing on the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA).

DITA provides you with an open-source, OASIS standard to support topic-based authoring of well-structured content. Out of the box, DITA encompasses three primary information types (concept, task, and reference) that provide a structure amenable to most technical information, as well as a mechanism for extending the structure to specialize your industry's needs.

In this workshop, you learn about DITA as a standard for authoring topic-based technical information, the significant business advantages that DITA offers, and how you can get started immediately with the DITA Open Toolkit.

This workshop is designed as an introduction to DITA. It is meant for those who need to implement structured documentation, including writers, editors, information architects, and their managers.



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