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February 2015, Volume 17, Issue 1

The Elusive Promise of Reuse
Leigh White, IXIASOFT

Tools and Technology: Are They Taking Our Focus Away From Managing Content
JoAnn Hackos, Comtech Services, Inc.

The State of Collaboration
easyDITA

Synchronizing Spreadsheet Data with your Publication Content
Mark Lambert, Oberon Technologies

The Ice Hockey Challenge—Advanced Reuse in DITA
Yury Eroshenkov, DITAworks

 

April 2015, Volume 17, Issue 2

Using Playbooks to Align Best Practices Across Diverse Business Units
Lyndsey Lynch, GE Healthcare

Changing Times—Changing Skills
JoAnn Hackos, Comtech Services, Inc.

Putting DITA to the Test: Innovating Educational Content
Birgit Strackenbrock, XStructuring, Bert Willems, FontoXML/Liones & Emiel Ubink, ThiemeMeulenhoff

Title Guidelines for Technical Documentation: Legacy vs. Topic-Based Multi-Channel Delivery
Margaret Devere, Micro Motion

 

June 2015, Volume 17, Issue 3

Get Ready for Augmented Reality in the Workplace
Greg Babb, textlogic

Collaboration—A Necessity and a Challenge for Information Developers
JoAnn Hackos, Comtech Services, Inc.

Setting a Successful Branching Strategy—An Example Model
Nolwenn Kerzreho, Componize Software

Using Keys and Content References to Create Customizable Products
Peyton Bentley, Kaplan Professional Education & Amber Swope, DITA Strategies, Inc.

Making Integration Projects Work Smoothly
Kristina Brinck, Xylem Water Solutions

 

August 2015, Volume 17, Issue 4

Managing Metadata for Responsive Web Sites with Subject Schemes
Laura Katajisto, Microsoft

Finding a Path to Collaboration
JoAnn Hackos, CIDM

Toward a More Integrated View of Technical Communication
Rebekka Andersen, University of California, Davis

The Emergence of Content Strategy Work and Recommended Resources
Rebekka Andersen, University of California, Davis

Natural Language Processing and the Knowledge Base
Patrick Quinlan, Citrix

Structured Writing at 50 Years (XML at 25)
Doug Gorman, Simply XML

Documentation and Courseware Working Together
Laura Readdy, Siemens

 

October 2015, Volume 17, Issue 5

Identifying Hidden Opportunities for Your Content
Suzanne Mescan, Vasont Systems

Managing a Global Team
JoAnn Hackos, CIDM

Test Before You Buy a CCMS
Magda Caloian, Pantopix

Four Reasons Why DITA Hasn’t Taken Off in Europe as it Has in North America
Keith Schengili-Roberts, IXIASOFT

Five Times You Didn’t Know Content Strategy Could Benefit Your UX
Marli Mesibov, Mad*Pow

Amplifying Content With Augmented Reality
Farhad Patel, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd

 

December 2015, Volume 17, Issue 6

Implementing Content Strategy through Collaboration
Ron Hickman, Siemens PLM Software

Hans van der Meij Demonstrates at DITA Europe that Minimalism is Alive and Well
JoAnn Hackos, CIDM

Doing Less, But Better: Quality Where It Matters Most
Rachel Grimes, Fiserv

Integrated Content Strategy, The Agile Way
Marie Girard, IBM Corporation

Scoped Keys in DITA 1.3 (Finally!)
Leigh White, IXIASOFT

 

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