Free Ticket to DITA Tech/Comm Conference in North Carolina Nov 3-6
Paul Pehrson, a Utah-based technical writer who blogs at Technically Speaking, writes,
I've been invited to speak at the DITA Tech/Comm Conference at the beginning of next month. I've got a free conference registration I'd like to give away, and I wondered if you'd like to give it away on your blog. (I don't think I get enough traffic on my blog for that.) ... It's a full 4-day registration, with a retail value of $795 dollars.
Do you need a free ticket to the DITA Tech/Comm Conference in North Carolina this November 3-6? Check out the conference website for details.
Paul has only one free ticket. If you want it, leave a comment below this post with your most creative rendition of what DITA might alternatively stand for (other than Darwin Information Typing Architecture). On Monday morning, I'll pick the winner -- based completely on my subjective judgment about which DITA re-acronym I like best.
Paul also adds,
Anybody who wants to attend the conference, can get $50 off the price of registration by using my name "Paul Pehrson" as their discount code on the conference registration page.
By the way, if anyone else has free conference tickets, products, or other services they want to give away through my site, let me know.
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