XML 2010 Conference Keynotes to Focus on the Future
In addition to technical training provided through the tutorials, conference tracks offer a broad spectrum of technical training for XML publishing and media strategists, technologists and professionals. This year’s XML Conference features 4 Tracks:
• Tools and Solutions Track: Product updates and real-world case studies.
• Foundations and Applications Track: Technical introductions to specifications for XML publishing, DITA, and an introduction to Docbook 5.1.
• eMedia Publishing Track: Publisher panels of those leading the eMedia revolution.
• Extended XML Track: Registration includes access to the XML-in-Practice community of practice with a private collaborative website complete with a discussion forum, files repository, wiki and ongoing XML-based Webinars.
Why Attend XML 2010?
The XML 2010 conference is a pre-eminent training event for enabling publishing technologies. “Gaining new technology skills to keep pace with an industry that is changing at an unprecedented pace is always a challenge,” said Dianne Kennedy, VP of Media and Information Technologies, at IDEAlliance. “Each year our XML Conference has been designed to provide technology training that publishers can immediately use to move into the next generation of publishing. This year is no exception!”
IDEAlliance (International Digital Enterprise Alliance) is a not-for-profit membership organization. IDEAlliance advances core technology to develop standards and best practices to enhance efficiency and speed information across the end-to-end digital media supply chain – creation, production, management, and delivery of knowledge-based multimedia content – digitally and in print. IDEAlliance members represent a unique convergence of the leading brand owners, agencies, publishers, printers, materials suppliers and solution providers. IDEAlliance provides a user-driven, cross-industry, and open environment in which its members can strategize, innovate, standardize, and implement solutions to real business challenges in eMedia-based publishing. Learn more about IDEAlliance at www.idealliance.org.