2012-06-19 Richard Hamilton presents "Making Wikis Part of Your Development Process"
From June 19, 2012 11:00 am until June 19, 2012 1:30 pm Save to calendar
Posted by Roger Hunnicutt
Categories: Learning Event
Richard Hamilton of XMLPress.net will discuss why Wikis are an important emerging tool for developing and delivering content, allowing rapid, coordinated development of content, better review, and quick delivery to customers. XML Press has used wikis to develop, review, and edit content for several books.
Richard will also share the process used to develop those books, lessons learned, and suggestions for how to use wikis for information development.
As a bonus, Richard will be giving away several copies of recent XML Press publications as door prizes!
Richard will also have some of his excellent books available for sale.
About the speaker:
Richard Hamilton is Founder and Publisher of XML Press (http://xmlpress.net), which produces high quality, practical publications for technical communicators, managers, marketers, and the engineers who support their work. Before that he worked for Hewlett-Packard managing technical documentation for HP's Unix, Linux, and system management software. Richard is the author of Managing Writers: A Real-World Guide to Managing Technical Documentation. He is a member of both the DocBook and DITA technical committees at OASIS open.
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