Online Presentation: Building the future of technical publishing with MathFlow, MathType, and MathML
The XML standards framework underlying many technical publishing challenges and opportunities of the last decade has noticeably matured in recent years. A long list of technologies such as HTML, DITA, MathML, SVG, CSS and PDF now have very full and stable feature sets that are more and more widely and dependably implemented. As a predictable consequence, the energy of early adopters is again on the move, shifting toward creative combination and reuse of these technologies. Web applications for collaboration, social networking and distributed authoring web applications are proliferating at a tremendous pace. eBooks are increasingly popular, with readers seeking access not only from desktops but a variety of readers, devices and tablets, where electronic ink is an input format.
Join Design Science's very own Robert Miner and Autumn Cuellar in a presentation hosted by Arbortext PTC/User Group this Saturday, 25 September 2010, 9:00-10:30 AM Pacific/US. In this presentation, they'll discuss the future of technical publishing, both from the point of view of taking advantage of the maturation of the traditional XML standards framework, as well as the perspective of putting yourself in a position to get out in front of emerging trends.
The online presentation is free, but you need to register ahead of time, here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/788343867