The first TC Camp was a huge success — over 100 people attend and stay through to the end of the day. Everyone said the experience was amazing. Check the session matrix to see summaries and remarks from the ad-hoc sessions. Or, see some pictures taken by the resident bay area event picture master DJ Cline.
- Date: Saturday, 26 January 2013
- Time: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
- Venue: Silicon Valley Innovation Center, Find us!
- WiFi is available, you can twitter
- Please add content to this blog from your sessions during TC Camp!
- Register on TicketLeap— choose a workshop or just attend the afternoon unconference
- Workshop + Unconference ($30)
- Unconference Only (Free)
- You must bring your TicketLeap ticket!
- Bring: curiosity, business cards, portable (for notes, blogging, etc)
- Questions, feedback, coordination, click on a name to email your camp counselors
This is an approximate schedule of the day’s events:
8:00-8:30 AM – Early Registration, Continental Breakfast
8:30-10:30 AM – Workshops
10:30-11:00 AM – Break, Late registration
11:00-2:00 PM|General Session
- Overview to the day, sponsor presentations
- Expert Panel
- Rebekka Andersen, UC Davis
- Sharon Burton, SharonBurton.com
- Michael Hahn, Alphabetical by Author
- Catherine Lyman, NetApp
- Scott Prentice, Leximation
- Marta Rauch, Oracle
- Moderator: Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler
- Session Proposals and Voting.
- Final Session Matrix
2:00-2:55 PM – Time Slot #1
3:00-3:55 PM – Time Slot #2
4:00-4:55 PM – Time Slot #3
5:00-6:00 PM – Share summary of sessions, Raffle, Thank you, and Wrap up
All classes run from 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM and cost $30.00.
If you decide you want to attend a different class than the one you signed up for on the day of the event, we will allow you to switch to the new class, as long as there are seats available.
- Author and Review Cycle with Adobe Tech Comm Suite 4 and HTML5 output|Maxwell Hoffmann, Adobe
- What if we’re all doing the same thing?|Sharon Burton, SharonBurton.com
- XML 15 Years Later – WTF?|Michael Hahn, Alphabetical By Author
- PDFs from DITA without Compromising Quality and Control|Scott Prentice, Leximation
- Thinking like a librarian – Applying categorization strategies to technical content|Liz Fraley, Single-Sourcing Solutions
- A Step-by-Step Guide to Preparing for a Legacy Conversion Project|Linda Morone and Rhonda Wainwright, DCL
- Authoring and Publishing Using MadCap Flare|Michael Hamilton, MadCap Software
- What Do I Spy With My Little Eye? Why, It’s HTML5|Jean Kaplansky, Aptara Corp
Camp organizers invite any help in picking up after the free unconference for the Cloud Center