We are excited to announce our newest LearningDITA course: Publishing output from DITA sources. Our other courses show you how to create and reuse DITA content; this one shows you how to publish it to PDF and HTML.
This post is part of Scriptorium’s 20th anniversary celebration. In addition to Scriptorium’s twentieth anniversary, 2017 marks the twelfth year for this blog, which started in April 2005 with a grudging And another one bites the dust… post.
This post is part of Scriptorium’s 20th anniversary celebration. I’m finding it surprisingly difficult to write a recap of Scriptorium from 1997 to today. It feels as though the company has been around forever, but also as though 20 years went by in a flash.
Our web site was starting to look a little haggard, so we finally decided to have some work done. Of course, our own content assets and content strategy always take a backseat to client work, so it took roughly forever to make this a priority.
We have just published a new LearningDITA course: Advanced reuse in DITA. Earlier this year, we published Introduction to reuse in DITA, which focuses on the basic reuse principles and conventions in DITA.
Scriptorium is hiring. Our consulting jobs are a unique blend that you don’t see in many other places. Over and over, I’ve found myself struggling to explain this blend to candidates. So here is an attempt to describe life at Scriptorium.
We’ve introduced DITA and covered the basics of authoring topics and building maps on LearningDITA.com. (Many thanks to our 1,400 subscribers and counting!) Now we’re kicking off a new series of more advanced courses with Introduction to reuse in DITA.
Need to learn DITA but don’t know where to start? Trying to decide whether DITA is the right solution for your company? Looking for an opportunity to build on your basic knowledge of DITA? LearningDITA.com is the perfect resource for you!