The following is a list of pages on this site that are tagged with dita.

The DITA Caper

XML, DITA Conference exhibitors-sponsors

Come and exhibit at these two technical events, geared toward IT manager, tech comm managers, IT workers, authors, editors, and tech comms.  We expect to have a strong technical audience with a range from newbies through experienced gurus, with significant additional interest this year due to the strained job market.

The Summer XML 2009 Conference --

The RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference --

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The DITA Caper

RealWorld DITA 2009 Conference - Raleigh NC USA this September!

We are getting great response for the RealWorld DITA Conference here in Raleigh and have great speakers lined up -- including multiple speakers from IBM. 

Conference info is online at http://www.aboveandbeyondlearning.com/ditaconference.html


DITA Metrics: Developing Cost Metrics

You’ve read all the papers (and attended all the webinars) on return on investment (ROI) for XML and you get it. You’ve already concluded that moving to the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) will likely save you tons of time and money. But management says, “Prove it!”.

This paper helps you determine the cost portion of the ROI calculation. What are my costs now? What will my new costs be with DITA? And what is the difference—my savings?

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The DITA Caper

New XML publishing article (some DITA mention)

Today I got the word that an article I wrote is available on IBM's DeveloperWorks. 



The DITA Caper

FrameMaker and dita map

Working with FrameMaker, when you use the menu (DITA > New DITA File) and choose a topic type (topic, task, concept, reference), FrameMaker creates a new file that starts with the "dita" element.

 If you plan to create small FrameMaker files that will be components of longer files (such as several topics that will later be combined into a chapter file), note that you will need to ensure your component files do not start with the "dita" element. 

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