Advantages of Structured FrameMaker in Localization, Multilingual Publishing, and XML
Part of ENLASO's educational webinar series, Structured FrameMaker and Localization features expert localization engineer Doug Pearson in an intensive one-hour webinar that explores how structured FrameMaker7 files streamline multilingual publishing and product localization processes — improving overall project quality, cost, and turnaround.
This relatively technical web seminar presentation is designed for professionals who are responsible for the planning and execution of multilingual product development, multilingual publishers, localization engineers, and technical writers.
With the release of version 7, FrameMaker greatly enhanced its compatibility with XML by allowing XML-like structure in its formatted documents, while previous versions forced all structure into a cumbersome, not-very-extensible flavor of XML.
About the Presenter
Doug Pearson has worked as a Localization Engineer for ENLASO for nearly a decade. He is experienced in desktop publishing (especially FrameMaker), programming (especially C++), XML (and other forms of structured/hierarchical document design), single-source document design for multiple-format output, and in anticipating the needs of production staff throughout every stage of the publishing and localization process. These are all requirements for developing holistic, all-encompassing, custom solutions for a diverse collection of clients. Doug has developed dozens of plug-ins to assist both document authoring and localization for structured and non-structured versions of FrameMaker. He holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University.
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