tcworld conference 2020: This is not Atkins, is it?

by Uta Lange on November 05, 2020

A presentation about how to decide between two standards for the exchange of technical documentation, iiRDS and VDI 2770, is certainly not everyone's cup of tea.

To make the dry meal a bit tastier, my colleague Mark Schubert and Jan Oevermann (plusmeta) lured the participants of the tcworld conference with a somewhat unusual title.

Thanks to "Cake and waffles" as an analogy for difficult decisions, a considerable number of participants came to the virtual session.

Instead of deciding between iiRDS and VDI 2770, simply do both?  

Anyone who attended the tcworld conference can watch the recording and find out the answer (in German). You must have registered for the conference to see the recording.

Those who do not have access may find comfort in these photos we made during the preparation of the presentation. Yo can also send an e-mail to the presenters.

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