Making Sense of an Authoring Free-For-All
Full DITA, Lightweight DITA, MarkDown, HTML5 … is it all getting a little confusing? Can these alternative authoring approaches form part of a unified structured content strategy, bringing together technical writing teams and SMEs with no knowledge of XML or DITA?
During the course of this presentation we will consider the relative merits of the alternative approaches, reflect upon some use case examples and show how collaboration between the different groups might be possible.
What can attendees expect to learn?
During the course of this presentation we will consider the relative merits of the alternative approaches to DITA authoring (i.e.full DITA, Lightweight DITA, MarkDown, HTML5), reflect upon some real-world use case examples and show how you may be able to realize a unified enterprise content strategy.
Meet the Presenter
Patrick Baker heads up all new product development at Stilo and is actively engaged in the successful deployment of content processing solutions for publishing clients. Major ongoing product development efforts include the OmniMark high-performance content processing platform, Migrate cloud XML content conversion service and AuthorBridge cloud XML authoring service for SMEs.
With a B.Sc. degree in Mathematics and a M.Sc. in Computer Science from McGill University, Patrick leads an expert team of highly talented content processing specialists.