This year’s tekom/tcworld conference reinforced the ongoing doctrinal chasm between North American technical communication and German technical communication. I am speaking, of course, of the proper role of DITA in technical communication. If any.
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We’re about to begin the last quarter of 2015, and that means CONFERENCES. Scriptorium is attending many tech comm and content strategy events. Will we see you at these conferences?
This post is a recap of the presentation I delivered at Localization World Berlin on June 4, 2015. It describes how and why to adapt a content strategy in support of The Internet of Things. The presentation slides are available on SlideShare. What is the … Read More
BIG. That’s my first impression of the tcworld conference, from which I just returned. I’m still jet-lagged from my trip, but I wanted to briefly share my experiences with those—especially from the US—who are considering attending in the future.
Whew! I’m just back from the excellent LavaCon event in Portland. I have (mostly) recovered from that trip, so now I’m focusing on the upcoming tcworld conference in Wiesbaden, Germany. And I need your help!
When Sarah asked me if I wanted to present at the tcworld India conference in Bangalore, I didn’t hesitate a moment before saying “Sure!”
LavaCon was delightful as always, and Austin was a great venue for this crowd.
You know you’ve had a bad travel week when you cannot wait to compose the complaint letter to the airline. But sandwiched between flight problems, I had a great time in Wiesbaden at tekom/tcworld 2011.
The slides from my tekom/tcworld session on the economics of information are below.