Day Two

February 22nd at the Mövenpick Hotel and Spa

Gokula I (Technology) Gokula II (Management)Davos I (Tool)WorkshopCoorg Kaapi
9:45-10:00

Summary of previous days's sessions

10:00-10:45Opening the Innovation Door: Rethinking DITA Tony Self, Hyperwrite
10:45-11:30

Measure of Success: Key Metrics for Monitoring Content Quality

Brian Buehling, Dakota Systems

DITA Debate

Moderated by Scott

Abel, The Content Wrangler

Single-source/Content Management Beyond Text: Dealing With Graphics and Multimedia

Mike Hamilton, Madcap

SDL User Forum
11:30-12:00Break and visit to the Exhibition



12:00-12:45

Why re-invent the Wheel?

Frances Fenn,  SDL

 

 

Three keys to Kickass Productivity

Edwin Skau

Case Study: Using Adobe CQ for Authoring Technical Communication

Peter Barraud and Samartha Vashistha, Adobe Systems

MadCap User Forum




Children's

Day Care

(located on 

the main

floor)

12:45-14:00Lunch and visit to the Exhibition


14:00-14:45

How XSL Can change your UI

Ankur Srivastava, Abhijit Paul Chodhury

Freescale Semiconductors

INFORMATION MAPPING® AND DITA: TWO WORLDS, ONE SOLUTION.

Francis Declercq, Information Mapping

Open Source CSM

for Support Centre

Development

Vinish Garg,

“It's All About Structure! Why Structured Content Is Increasingly Becoming A Necessity, Not An Option”  Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler
14:45-15:30

Designing Documentation for IT Datacenter Administrators

Kumar Dhanagopal, Oracle

Tools and Techniques for Managing Projects

Jose Mari Rubi Cruz, Yokogawa Electric

Simplified Technical English - How content quality saves (translation) cost and possibly lives

Berry Braster, Etteplan Tedopres

Terminology Management for Localisation Projects Workshop

Prof. Dr. Klaus Schmitz

Universtity of Cologne

15:30-16:00Break and visit to the Exhibition


16:00-16:45

Social Media and Search Engine Friendly  User Assistance

Anindita Basu and Vidhya, IBM

Successful Teams

Managers speak about experiences.

Winning Edge in Localization Through Innovative Business
Models
Presenter is Padma from Knowledgeworks

Using Machine Translation in Technical Documentation Workshop

Prof. Dr. Melanie Siegel

University of Darmstadt