We’ve just published the following three CQ best practice articles:
These articles are the first few in the CQ best practices series. In the days to come, we’ll post more best practices, tips, and tricks that you can apply to your work.
Exciting news! Adobe is teaming up with partners to organize eSeminars on FrameMaker, CMS, XML, and DITA.
There are two eSeminars coming up in June:
- Integrating Adobe FrameMaker 9 with Documentum to maximize content reuse with Linked2 on June 22
- Sense out of Confusion: Streamline your Authoring by transitioning from unstructured to DITA XML on June 24
Stay tuned with RJ Jacquez’s blog
for information about the contents of the eSeminars and to register.
I have been tweeting recently about FrameMaker concepts and tips. In particular, I have been tweeting about the basics of structured authoring in FrameMaker. As I stumble upon interesting things, I plan to continue tweeting about the Technical Communication Suite.
You can access current (and future!) tweets at http://bit.ly/3MgV5P and http://bit.ly/3J1Oc1. Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/samarthav.
Do let me know your thoughts. If you want me to tweet about some particular feature in FrameMaker, do let me know as well.