Task-Based DITA Topic

A few days ago, I wrote about how learning DITA has been on my “learning bucket list” and how I wrote my first few DITA topics.

When I was in college getting my B.A. degree in Professional Writing, for 1 of the assignments, the professor asked us to write instructions for how to make a peanut butter sandwich.

Following that strategy, the DITA topics I’ve written so far are also focused on food…more specifically, a breakfast staple…eggs!

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Structured Authoring with DITA

I recently mentioned that I’ve been doing some personal growth.

As part of that, something I’ve been wanting to learn more about for a long time is DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture). I guess you could say it’s been on my “learning bucket list.” (Do people have such things…? Apparently, I do.)

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Providing Writing Guidance to Others

Summer is officially underway.  In the United States, summer means beach days, summer fruits and veggies, and summer reading lists.

As far as my summer reading list goes, it’s a smattering of books on technical communication topics.  And, in parallel to working my way through those books, I’ve taken up another activity.

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