Tweet Roundup: Arbortext User Meeting October 2010

Tweet roundup from Arbortext user meeting Oct 2010: Todd Hicks, an ACL tool to find and replace attributes

Earlier today, the Arbortext User Group had their monthly meeting. The guest today was Todd Hicks from Wolters Kluwer with us. He’s going to talk about a tool he built at the request of his users. His users want to do less work and they’re always asking him, “hey, can you make it do this?” Well, today, we saw one of the many things you can do if you have Arbortext in your tool chest.

In case you missed it, you can watch the video recording or browse through the live tweet stream from the event captured below.¬† If you want to know more about the kinds of tools Todd and his team have built on the Arbortext platform, you might want to listen to Todd’s interview.

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Tweet Roundup: ROI of XML Webinar

Roundup of live tweets during the ROI of XML webinar held by Single-Sourcing Solutions in Sept 2010

Yesterday, David Lorenzoni, from Single-Sourcing Solutions, hosted a panel that addressed the ROI of XML. The panel included Charlotte Robidoux (HP), Greg Johnson (Medtronic), Todd Nowlan (Nortel), and Andy Pieper (Toro). They shared their stories of long-time, successful implementations and what it took to get there. Even the panelists said they learned something from talking with each other. It was a great conversation.

In case you missed it, you can sign up to view the recording or, because the event had a live Twitter stream, you can read through the highlights below. Enjoy!
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Tweet Roundup: DITA Styling in Arbortext Webinar

Live tweet stream from the webinar == “DITA Style in Arbortext. It’s Easy!” — rounded up in one post.

Earlier today, Liz Fraley, from Single-Sourcing Solutions, showed some best practices for doing DITA stylesheets in Arbortext Styler. She talked about understanding fall-back processing, using read-only stylesheets, and doing modular stylesheet development. All of these things contribute to a successful DITA implementation and a productive environment.

In case you missed it, you can view the recording or, because the event had a live Twitter stream, you can read through the highlights below. Enjoy!
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