It’s been some time that we have been communicating through this blog. We have an opportunity – if you happen to be attending WritersUA Conference, do make sure that you drop by Adobe booth, and meet me in person. I am happy to announce that we shall have Peter Grainge, John Daigle, Rick Stone, Matt Sullivan apart from the Adobe Team. You shall find these names familiar as they are active on Adobe Forums, and probably this is one such opportunity where you can put a face to these names, again at the Adobe booth.
There would be two Conference Sessions by Adobe:
- Introducing Technical Communication Suite on Monday 17th March at 1:15 PM, and
- Vendor Technical Presentation on March 18th.
Apart from the in conference sessions, we shall have demonstrations every day in the Adobe Meeting Room:
- RoboHelp Packager for Adobe AIR – Presentation by Akshay Madan (2pm to 2.30pm)
- Flare to RoboHelp Converter – Presentation by John Daigle (2.30pm to 3pm)
- Adobe Community Experts – Project Consultation (3pm to 4pm)
In case you would like to gather information about Adobe Technical Communications Suite, Adobe RoboHelp, Adobe RoboHelp Server, RoboSource Control, RoboScreenCapture, Captivate, FrameMaker, Acrobat or any other Adobe Product, please drop by our booth.
This time we have a new concept introduced by Peter called “Stick It”. They describe it as:
“If you have a RoboHelp problem that’s hard to diagnose it helps if we can actually load the project and take a look. Peter says, if you’re stuck, "Stick It!". Ah that charming British humor. What he is suggesting is that you bring your RoboHelp Project on a Memory Stick and we’ll be glad to take a look and maybe solve any thorny problems you might be having.” – Source HATT list.
Also, if you have any problems, suggestions, enhancement requests regarding Adobe RoboHelp / Adobe RoboHelp Server or other Technical Communications Suite products, you are more than welcome to set up a meeting with me, so that we can talk about them in detail.
Last, but not the least, do not miss the Adobe sponsored Networking Mixer on Monday.
See you in Portland.