DocZone DITA to Exhibit at 2013 CMS/DITA North America Conference in Rhode Island, April 15 to 17

Posted by Sarah Silveri on Apr 2, 2013 8:21:00 PM

DocZone DITA will attend CIDM 2013 CMS/DITA North America DocZone DITA, a SaaS-based XML component content management system designed for technical documentation teams will exhibit at the 2013 CMS/DITA North America conference from April 15 to 17. The conference is a 3-day learning experience where attendees will learn from managers, information architects, technology experts, authors, trainers, and others who have worked hard to develop outstanding solutions for managing content effectively.

Eliot Kimber, senior solutions architect at RSI Content Solutions, will join a panel of DITA experts to discuss, "Managing Cross-Publication Links Using Shared Key Definitions." The DITA-OT panel members will address questions from the DITA community revolving around the publishing architecture of the DITA-OT. Each member of the panel will address critical issues concerning the DITA-OT, focusing on development, deployment, improvement, and training.

“I’m thrilled to be speaking at CIDM this year” stated Eliot Kimber. "I'll be focusing on new features in DITA 1.3 driven in large part by publishing requirements, in particular, cross-publication linking."

To schedule an appointment with a digital publishing specialist at 2013 CMS/DITA North America Conference, please click here and include the time and date of your preference. To learn more about DocZone DITA and to see an online demo, please visit

Topics: Eliot Kimber, DocZone DITA, 2013 CMS/DITA North America

DITA for Practitioners Volume 1: Architecture and Technology

Posted by Marianne Calihanna on Apr 24, 2012 3:18:00 PM

Eliot Kimber | DITA For PractitionersEliot Kimber, senior solutions architect at RSI Content Solutions, spends most of his days helping publishers implement RSuite CMS, proselytizing DITA For Publishers, testing XML-to-EPUB3 conversions, and tending to his brood of hens and rooster. In his spare time he wrote a book: DITA For Practitioners, Volume 1, Architecture and Technology published by XML Press. On behalf of all his co-workers, congratulations Eliot!

Eliot has spent the past 25 years entrenched in generalized markup languages. He was one of the founding members of the XML Working Group, a co-editor of the HyTime standard (with Charles Goldfarb and Steve Newcomb), a long-time member of the XSL-FO working group, and most recently, a founding member of the DITA Technical Committee.
The goal of this book is to provide a detailed look at DITA aimed at engineers, tools builders, and content strategists – anyone who designs, implements, or supports DITA-based systems – as well as experienced DITA authors who want a deeper understanding of the technology they are using.

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Topics: DITA, CMS for publishers, RSuite CMS, DITA for Publishers, Eliot Kimber

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