CMS/DITA North America Conference

Posted on: April 2nd, 2013 1 Comment

Okay, April Fool’s Day is over and now it is time to get back to work. We had some fun yesterday. Check out our April Fool’s article on TechWhirl if you haven’t already: WebWorks Full Optical Opus Learning System Launches Today!

I am really excited about this month because after a day of joking around, it looks like the month for ePublisher is just going to get better. We have our new Skins for Reverb, which will be released this quarter. Also, Research and Development showed me some new products that look so good, I am going to explode if I don’t get to talk about them soon (I have already said too much), and this month I get to attend CMS/Dita North America 2013 for the first time. I am really excited about this month.

I want to do what I can to make it a good month for you as well. I am going to take my camera to snap some pictures and video my presentation with Suzanne Mescan from Vasont, entitled “Show Them the Money! Assessing Your Corporate Value.” I have to check with the conference organizers, but I promise to make that video available as soon as I can. It is customary to wait to release presentations for a certain period of time after the conference. I would also like to hear from you on what else you want to see. Here is a link to the conference—http://www.cm-strategies.com/2013/index.htm—so look around and if you see a topic or someone you want me to ask a question of, just post it in the comments below and I will do what I can to get you what you need. I know budgets have been tight, so if you can’t get there, maybe this can be the next best thing. Also, if you haven’t been to this conference, tell me what you would like to know to help you decide if you should be going. I will also be blogging every day while I am at the conference, so be sure to check back.

Comment below to let me know what you think I should blog about!

One Response

  1. Marsha Lofthouse says:

    Please blog about which CMSes are DITA aware *and* can automatically let the user know when reuse is possible.

    Thanks.

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