Tekom/tcworld took place last month in Wiesbaden, Germany. This major event is the largest gathering of technical communicators in the world, with more than 3,700 attendees and 194 exhibitors. Here’s our pick of the links from the 2012 conference write-ups.
- Tekom tcworld 2012 wrapup – Sarah Maddox has very usefully blogged about most of the sessions she attended – her linked notes are all listed on this post. She’s also posted slides from her talk on Engaging readers via social media.
- Day 1 roundup by Axel Regnet – Axel’s report is followed by the wonderfully named day-two summary: Farts and fairy dust.
- With DITA around the world – Slides (in German) from Marijana Prusina’s talk on localising in DITA. She says she’ll be following this up with notes on her blog.
- Kai Weber’s roundups – Five write-ups from prodigious tech comm blogger Kai Weber on the lessons he learned at tekom12, as well as notes on Leah Guren’s advanced visual editing, the strategic technical communicator panel discussion and his first-day sessions.
- 2012 tekom thoughts by Sarah O’Keefe – Perspectives on technical communication, content strategy and the state of the industry at tekom/tcworld 2012 from the founder of Scriptorium Publishing.
- Rahel Bailie rounds up conference season – Content strategy expert Rahel Bailie writes up her insights from tekom/tcworld and a few other recent communications conferences.
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