Morning Stretch: Expanding DITA Across the Enterprise
Facilitated by Gretyl Kinsey, Scriptorium
DITA: 15+ Years Old
Kris Eberlein, Eberlein Consulting
Giant Leap Forward – A Reusable DITA Adoption Plan Framework
Pam Noreault, SDL
Put the Principles into Practice: Creating Content for Reuse
Regina Lynn Preciado,
Content Rules, Inc.
PTC Arbortext Solutions Tips & Tricks
Scott Thompson, PTC
Do You Really Want To Make Me Cry? Advice to my former self
Robert Anderson, Oracle
A Match Made in DITA
Gretyl Kinsey, Scriptorium & Teeghan Herian, 3M 
Publishing Made Easy – Automating DITA Content from Adobe Experience Manager with Typefi and InDesign
Chris Hausler, Typefi
Break / Breakaway Topic #2: Authoring Tools; facilitated by Comtech
DITA: Beyond Tools
Bernard Aschwanden,
Publishing Smarter
Mastering Efficiency and Impact in Content Creation and Delivery: a Mastercard Case Study
Jill Sheffield, Mastercard
Context and Reuse in DITA Projects
George Bina,
Syncro Soft/oXygen XML Editor
Miramo Automated Publishing Experience
Joanne Hannagen & Corinna Kinchin, Datazone
Do You Want To Be A Player? There is a catch…
Tetsuya Sekine, InfoParse
Fast, Flexible and Fine: Doing more with DITA
Eric Damitz, Typefi
Using Warehouse Files to Improve the Overall Findability of Your DITA Content
Liz Fraley,
Single Sourcing Solutions
Now We’re Cookin’!
Hannah Kaufhold, Congree
Enhancing DITA Publishing with Plugins
Radu Coravu,
Syncro Soft/oXygen XML Editor
Herding Content – Content Management Reinvented
Sabine Bennett, Salesforce & Frank Miller, Ryffine
Using Key References, Warehouse Topics, and Ditaval Files to Rebrand Documents for OEMs
Julie Atkins, Tridium
Tips & Tricks
Sharon Figueira, IXIASOFT
Trends in localization practices for next-gen DITA
Dominique Trouche, Whp
Preserving Intelligent DITA Content Through Delivery Channels
Charles Andrews, Ovitas, Inc.
Getting Pushy With DITA: The Costs and Benefits of Conref Push
Stan Doherty, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Break / Breakaway Topic #3: Publishing Tools; facilitated by Brianna Stevens, Comtech
Automating DITA files in Git for Translation to Multiple Languages
Todd Flaska & Olivier Libouban, Lingoport
(Even More) Considerations When Planning a DITA Migration: Advice from the front line
Brian Trombley, DCL; Brianna Stevens, Comtech Services
Auditing for Reuse Opportunities
Kit Brown-Hoekstra, Comgenesis
Introducing the new Publishing Map in DITA 2.0
pending confirmation
Best Practices for Automated Conversions and Beyond
Bill Gearhart, Ryffine
Implementing Custom Templates to Maximize Content Reuse and DITA Acceptance
Frederic Fontbonne & Yamina Dessein, BIOMERIEUX


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