Interested in DITA? Plan to attend the Documentation and Training
Conference in Vancouver this April 18-21, 2007. We've got the
following DITA-centric presentations and workshops lined up for you  
(and much more!)

1) Task analysis and information modeling for DITA
Speaker: Alan Houser    Time: 1PM - 5PM  18 April 2007

2) Demystifying DITA: An Introduction to the Darwin Information Typing
Speaker: Bernard Aschwanden    Time: 8AM - 12PM  21 April 2007

3) S1000D and DITA: Bridging the Gap between Exchange Standards and
Usable Content
Speaker: Joe Gollner    Time: 2:00PM - 3:15PM  19 April 2007

4) Using DITA to Improve the Customer Experience
Speaker: Jerry Silver    Time: 1:30PM - 2:30PM  20 April 2007

APR 18-21, 2007 ~ Vancouver BC
Learn more:

Held in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, the theme of the 8th
Annual Documentation & Training Conference is "The User Experience".
The event features sessions and workshops that help technical
communication pros improve the usefulness of the products they create.

For $895 you get all of the following at no extra cost:

     * Access to 40+ sessions, symposia, demonstrations, and keynotes
     * Choice of pre-conference half-day workshop (April 18)
     * Choice of post-conference half-day workshop (April 21)
     * First-year membership to CM Professionals ($100 value)
     * Technology Showcase and CM Pros networking cocktail reception
     * Breakfast and carving station lunches during conference
     * Special hotel pricing: $167/night USD (w/unlimited in-room
internet and long-distance calling to US & Canada

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Register for the event and book your stay (April 19-20) with the
Marriott Pinnacle by March 17 and you?ll also receive a free iPod
Shuffle and a Saturday afternoon tour of Vancouver.

See you in Vancouver!

Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, Inc.
6178 Crittenden Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220 USA
+1 317-466-1840   skype: abelsp   email: abelsp at

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