By Julio Vazquez
posted on April 01, 2009 09:04
I'm not one to sing my own praises, so what you won't see here is what I think of the book. Instead, let me point you to Richard Hamilton's review. Richard is the author of Managing Writers, which I think is a very good book that I highly recommend to everyone who is managing or working with technical communicators. As he has 20 years of experience managing technical writing groups, I highly respect his opinion.
He's definitely given me some things to think about as I work on the second edition of the book.
About the Author
Julio Vazquez is a Senior Information Architect at SDI with over 30 years of experience in technical communications and information technology. As one of the members of the initial DITA task force, he takes his share of blame for the current architecture and language structure. Julio holds a bachelor’s degree in computers and information systems from Empire State College of the State University of New York and has spoken at technical communication and STC conferences about DITA and information architecture and is the author of Practical DITA.