Content strategy, chocolate, and pastries: upcoming conferences and events

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Summer is almost over here, which means conference events can’t be too far away. We want to meet you and chat about your content problems—and consume chocolate and pastries while doing so!

Can’t travel? We welcome the chance to talk with you during several free web-based events.

August 23: Content Strategy Network meeting

At 1 p.m. Eastern, we will discuss balancing standardization and creativity in content development. This web meeting is free.

We want Content Strategy Network web-based events to be very interactive, so be ready to ask questions and share your war stories—and successes, too, even if they aren’t as interesting as the failures!

By the way, we don’t record these events to keep things more spontaneous and interesting.

Register (Gotowebinar)

October 10: Adobe DITA World 2017

Sarah O’Keefe is presenting “Content: Is it really an asset?” during Adobe’s free online DITA conference.

Register (Adobe)

October 24–26: tcworld conference (Stuttgart, Germany)

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Wrap it up, I’ll take it. Yes, the whole case, please. Photo: pixabay.

On the morning of October 26, I’m presenting Managing DITA projects in the real world. Later that day, Sarah O’Keefe is presenting Mistakes were made: The client-vendor relationship with Erin Vang.

Conference website

November 6–8: LavaCon (Portland, Oregon)

At 10 a.m. on November 6, Gretyl Kinsey is presenting a case study, Faster Content, Better Healthcare: Improving Cancer Diagnostics with Electronic Delivery, with Laura Meyer of the American Joint Committee on Cancer.

Bill Swallow is also presenting on November 8. Details coming soon!

For $200 off registration, use the code TEAMSCRIPTORIUM.

Conference website

 

Contact us to set up a meeting during LavaCon or tcworld. And leave a comment to share what events you’re attending.

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Alan Pringle

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Content strategy consulting. Publishing (electronic and print). Eating (preferably pastries and chocolate). COO at Scriptorium.

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