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The parson mug prize draw #5. Congratulations to the winners

In which country was the parson mug photographed, we asked at the beginning of December. more ...

RDF is not XML – RDF serialization and iiRDS metadata

The world of technical writing loves XML. Its document type definitions are the foundation of structured authoring. XML and the underlying schemas structure the content of our information products. The benefits are twofold. Content is consistently structured and easy to read. Authors have an easier time writing the content. The structure provides guidelines for authoring. more ...

The parson mug prize draw #5

It is winter in Hamburg and Christmas is right around the corner. Meanwhile, the parson mug gets to enjoy the sun! more ...

How to become a technical writer – Confessions of a former translator

A former translator, I worked the first seven years of my professional life in the translation industry, in various positions. While I learned a lot from this experience, it also left me, as a writer, frustrated. Translators are chained to their source text and writing the words of others in another language, usually focusing on what their clients want. more ...

tekom impressions part 2: API documentation and the VUKA world

Daniela Herbold and Ulrike Parson write about better API documentation and solutions for innovative human resources management. more ...

tekom 2014: Eclipse Tutorial in Pink and DITA biscuits from George Bina

Our workshop "DITA Diet – Beautiful on the Inside", held by Marion Knebel and me, was well attended.

Afterwards, Marion received a gift from George Bina.

DITA 
 DITA diet by George Bina


During my Eclipse tutorial, the monitor, probably inspired by the title of the tutorial, briefly changed to dark pink.

Tekom FrankTutorial
Here, the monitor is back to normal.


Switch to German to read more about my impressions from the tekom conference 2014.

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