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18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
DITA 101 - Awful Introduction to DITA 31 octobre 2010
Par tekk reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm halfway through this book and I'm highly disappointed that I spent $23 on it. The authors might be DITA experts, but they have no idea of how to explain it to someone.

The organization of the book is terrible. After many pages, I still don't know what DITA is for or how it's associated with XML. But I'm deep into detailed tag definitions, etc.

Explanations in the book are convoluted, confusing, and have many references to chapters and sections later in the book. Inconsistent terminology, bad sentence construction, use of technical terms that are unexplained until later in the book, and other classic examples of poor writing abound. Here's the definition of "unique content" from page 52: "Unique - Content which is unique is just that, unique."

You also need a magnifying glass (really!) to read some of the figures in the book.

The book's content might make sense to someone who's already a DITA expert. But to me (only a technical writer trying to understand what DITA is about), it's a waste of time.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Great Introduction 19 décembre 2010
Par Bob - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If your technical communications group is considering a move to DITA and you, or your team, don't know what DITA is and what it means to move to a DITA authoring model, this book is a great place to start.

The books does provides a comprehensive high-level overview of the technical aspects of DITA--tags, topic types, DITA maps. But, more importantly, it discusses the broader considerations when moving to DITA. The authors discuss how a DITA environment affects people. How do you plan your information development? How do you reuse information? How does DITA affect the day-to-day roles of writers and managers? What new roles might you need to define in your organization? How does it fit with a Component Content Management System (CCMS)?

It is important to remember that this is "DITA 101" and is not a graduate course on the subject. This book is a great place to start your DITA investigation. I think it would be money well spent for an organization to get a copy of this book for all their people to help shape any pending DITA implementation.
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High level view of DITA 24 janvier 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book offers a high level view of DITA and how DITA could best be used in the context of content management and a single-source environment. It readies the user to understand a more in depth course on DITA. I must admit that before reading this book, the point of DITA escaped me. Now I feel ready for the next step.
It might say 101, but this should not be your first read about DITA 1 janvier 2013
Par IanB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If this is your first read about DITA, I can understand how you might miss the real purpose and benefit of DITA. Read about content management first (O'Keefe - Content Management 101, Rockley and Cooper - Managing Enterprise Content). Then read this book.

If you have already used markup languages (trof, nrof, HTML, SGML, XML) then this book is a great starting place for DITA. The book covers all the basic concepts and gives some insight on how you can use the DITA language. As the title states, it's not all you'll need because the detail of how you use DITA will depend on the content strategy of your organization.

If you want to go another step forward in DITA learning, try Julio Vazquez - Practical DITA. But Vazquez concentrates on software documentation and includes information about DITA 1.2 which could be misleading for those destined to use DITA 1.1 on topics other than software.

Nonetheless, the two books together provide a good foundation for then more easily learning how DITA will be used in your organization.
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DITA 101 is a good DITA 101 17 février 2011
Par Stephen S. Muratore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Because it has become, more or less, a standard authoring framework for technical documentation, DITA can enable many good things: reduction of translation costs, re-purposing of blocks of content, facility in porting instructional materials from one company to another, single-source writing for multiple outputs, consistency of layout and writing style across multiple documents and authors.

Technical writers sometimes revolt, sometimes just "push back," when they are introduced to DITA, or DITA-based publishing systems. They feel they are being fitted for straight-jackets. When this feeling arises, writers should remember that DITA is eminently customizable. The system administrators charged with maintaining a DITA-based publishing system can enable new types of topics, elements, and attributes that may be unique to your customers' writing needs, but that are still "DITA-legal." Writers and editors--editors especially, because you have the overview--must push back whenever the straight-jacket tightens. That can be loosened for the benefit of your audiences. However, be aware that if you adorn DITA with too many pearls, you will start losing some of its versatility and publishing power. DITA can become a tightrope where production people and system architects balance editorial people in a give-and-take performance for the benefit of the customer.

I agree both with the reviewers who say DITA 101 is a good high-level peek at DITA and also with those who say it does not provide nuts-and-bolts instruction on how to apply DITA. This is the book to read when your organization is getting ready to deploy DITA, or when you are getting ready to learn how to author in the DITA environment. It is not an instruction manual.

Oh, DITA was invented at IBM and it stands for Darwin Information Typing Architecture. Go figure.
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