Personalisation overload: when conditional content goes wild!

This post is re-blog to point you to some content that I created for the venerable Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) lab repository of webinars, articles and other learning materials. There are two articles and webinar all around the same topic. All three have their...

2013 Conference Season Continued – Shall We Meet?

Continuing on from my previous post, another round of events I’ll be at before the end of the year!  November’s going to be non-stop with: TCWorld in Wiesbaden CSApplied in London and CM Strategies/DITA Europe in Munich. TCWorld/Tekom Conference, Germany Focus:...

DITA and The Return of the Editorial Process [NF2]

Guest Post by Keith Schengili-Roberts A note from Noz: Hi-di-ho, Readerinos! With the holiday season and some intense projects I’ve not posted in quite a while. In a way I’m still not, in that today’s post comes from my new colleague and peer in the DITA community...

2 New Webinars: Socially Enabled Help, DITA 1.2

Some new webinars coming at you! Both delivered in partnership DCL and their DCL Learning Series. Upcoming next week and beyond, I’ve got some DITA 1.2 DITA 1.2 Interactive Tutorial: Three Part Online Mini-Series Register/Learn more » On-demand you’ve got: Socially...

Socially Enabled Documentation in the Cloud: Dangerous, Benefits, Getting There

Socially Enabled Content Socially Enabled Technical Communication? What on earth is that? Glad you asked! “Social” isn’t limited to WIKIs, Forums, Facebook, and Twitter, and “Communities” doesn’t just mean external customers, they’re you and...

Time Go Bye Bye, DITA Training, Largest DITA Project Ever

Wow… Time has just… gone! It seems like last week I was delivering my opening address, somewhat exhausted, at Congility 2011. The event wasn’t even over and we were letting people know about the DITA Training courses on offer at Congility South. Not...