Newsletter of the Society for Technical Communication, San Francisco Chapter
The September meeting is on Wednesday, September 15, 2004, from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the London Wine Bar in San Francisco's financial district. For details about the meeting location and instructions for purchasing tickets, visit www.stc-sf.org/stc-meetings.htm.
Publishing technologies are evolving rapidly. To a large degree, the workflow and tools you choose will determine how easily and effectively you can create, manage, publish, and maintain content. Structured authoring, XML, and single sourcing are spreading throughout large information development organizations. Technical content is an important asset and should be managed accordingly. In this presentation, David Knopf will address recent trends and suggest which approaches work best for today's technical publishing organizations.
David Knopf is president and founder of Knopf Online, a San Francisco-based firm that provides development, training, and consulting services to the high-tech industry. David is a specialist in technical communications, online user assistance, structured authoring, single sourcing, and XML. As an Adobe® Certified Expert for FrameMaker®, a WebWorks® Publisher Certified Trainer and Consultant, and a charter member of RoboGurus, David has taught dozens of seminars on how to think about, design, create, produce, and distribute high-quality online information products.
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