Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on January 31, 2009 @ Dilithium Networks, Noida

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Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on January 31, 2009

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a
learning session for technical communicators on January 31, 2009.

Agenda
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10.15 AM to 10:30 AM
Introduction…

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: Creating FrameMaker Templates and Usage of Reference Pages by Alok Sharma from SafeNet Infotech

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Alok is working with SafeNet Infotech as a Technical Writer. He has an experience of more than four years in technical documentation. His hobbies include reading (motivational stuff), writing, exploring new gadgets, and listening to diverse forms of music.

11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

11.45 AM to 12.45 PM
Session 2: Share Point (Overview, Features, Tips and Tricks on using Share Point) by Angelo Mohanan from Accenture

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Angelo is a Knowledge Management Specialist (Consultant) working with Accenture India. He has previously worked on assignments involving Instructional Designing, Content Development, Technical Writing, and Business Documentation. He has been associated with Capability Development at Accenture since October 2005 and currently supports the training and development initiatives for its global delivery network.

Pursuing his interest in the subject – knowledge management, especially the sharing and collaborating aspect, Angelo will be talking (brainstorming!) about starting a knowledge management initiative in an organization.

12.45 PM to 01.00 PM
Q&A, Discussion and Closure

Venue
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Dilithium Networks, Noida is sponsoring the venue for the January 31, 2009 session.
Dilithium is the global leader in high-quality multimedia delivery over mobile and broadband networks to any device. Dilithium provides the most comprehensive and innovative mobile video solutions, with unmatched breadth of deployments in 60 countries reaching 1 billion subscribers. Dilithium pioneered 3G video communications and our technologies are deployed by the major network operators, content owners, and aggregators across 2G, 3G, and WiFi networks.

For more information, please visit, www.dilithiumnetworks.com
Address
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Dilithium Software Technologies India (P) Ltd.
Vth Floor, Tower B
Logix TechnoPark Plot 5,
Sector 127 Noida, 201301

Tel: +91-120-4383700
Fax: +91-120-4383701

How to get to the venue:
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Located 3 Kms. from the Toll Road crossing, situated next to the Lotus Valley School and 2 minutes drive from Amity University. When coming from Noida, Logix TechnoPark will be on your right, on the toll road. So before entering the Greater Noida toll road, you need to take the service lane on your left and take an U-turn to reach Dilithium building.

For exact map, refer here – http://www.wikimapia.org/1620360/Dilithium-Networks

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants only. Few more seats left…

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Manisha Khurana at manisha.khurana@gmail.com.

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee:
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Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the confirmation mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan on or before January 29, 2009.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Delhi/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406

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Second Delhi (NCR) STC Regional Conference – October 18th, 2008 @ Adobe, Noida

We have immense pleasure in announcing this event. This is the Second Delhi (NCR) STC Regional Conference for the year 2008. Please visit http://www.stc-india.org for more details on STC India Chapter.
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Delhi (NCR) STC Regional Conference – October 18, 2008

Sponsor: Adobe
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Agenda
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10:00 am – 10:15 am – Intro, Registrations, etc
10:15 am – 10:30 am – Inauguration
10.30 am – 11.30 am – “FrameMaker Support for DITA”, by Mahesh Kumar Gupta, Adobe
11.30 am – 11.45 am – Tea/Coffee Break
11.45 am – 12.45 pm – “Developing and Promoting Technical Writing Profession”, by Himani Nargotra, GlobalLogic
12.45 pm – 01.00 pm – Group Picture
01.00 pm – 01.45 pm – Lunch Break
01.45 pm – 02.45 pm – “Optimizing Frame Documentation For Online Help Delivery” by Pawan Nayar, Adobe
02.45 pm – 03:00 pm – Tea/Coffee Break
03.00 pm – 04.00 pm – Interactive session between Technical Writers and FrameMaker Core Team
04.00 pm – 04.15 pm – Closure

About the Speakers & Session
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FrameMaker Support for DITA

Mahesh is the Product Manager for Adobe FrameMaker. He has managed multiple products and made a key contribution to the first ever Technical Communication Suite. Prior to his MBA, he worked with IBM.

FrameMaker 8 provides robust support for authoring and publishing documents that conform to DITA. The session covers

  • Evolution of FrameMaker
  • Using DITA – rich set of DITA features including topic authoring, map authoring, content fragment reuse (conref) and book building from DITA maps.
  • Integration with DITA OTK.

Developing and Promoting Technical Writing Profession

Himani has been into this field of Technical Writing since last 7 years and currently working with GlobalLogic. She started her professional career as a developer in Socket Programming using C over
Unix. In those days, Technical Writing was not a much defined career option. Most of the writing jobs were outsourced to students and freelance writers who would spend specified period of time to
understand the product and come up with some technical manuals that were never much used. This was the time when she was working with USHACOMM in Calcutta. Later she drifted into the field of
communication because she loved the field and also because of the limited availability of options in socket programming.

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As a Technical Writer, there are many skills you will need to acquire to be successful in your chosen profession. Some of these you will learn from your mentor, some of these you will learn in your course of experience and your professional attitude. Having a professional attitude includes being aware of what you as a Technical Writer are responsible for. It also includes the awareness of the ethical
implications of one’s area of work.

Technical writing is a specialized field that requires personal discipline, skill in writing clearly and concisely, understanding of technical products and processes, organization skill, and knowledge of
numerous software tools.

In this session you will get to know a lot about how to develop and promote your Technical Writing profession.

Optimizing Frame Documentation For Online Help Delivery

Pawan is the Senior Documentation Manager at Adobe. Prior to Adobe, he worked as the Documentation Manager at Cadence.

The presentation will cover best practices for preparing Frame documentation for optimized Online Help delivery, where

  • all aspects of navigation – TOC, index, mini-TOC, Forward/Next buttons – are optimized
  • Search returns topicized or article information rather than running chapters
  • Look and feel is optimized for web delivery
  • Context sensitive help merges well with natural article flow
  • Cross-references are optimized
  • Misc tips

Interactive session between Technical Writers and FrameMaker Core Team
(Developers and Testers)

This is the first ever interactive session happening between Technical Writers and FrameMaker Core Team (Developers and Testers). This interactive session would help you to put across your
suggestions/issues/comments on FrameMaker, which in turn will help the Adobe FrameMaker team to come out with a better upgraded version.

Do not miss this opportunity!

Venue
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Adobe is sponsoring the venue for the Delhi (NCR) STC Regional conference.

Address
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ADOBE Systems India Private Limited
Adobe Towers
I-1A, City Centre, Sector : 25A
NOIDA-201301

Tel +91.120.2444711
Fax +91.120.2537681

How to get to the venue
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Please refer the map – http://www.adobeindia.com/contact/images/noida_map.gif

Contact Details
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Saravanan Manoharan (sara.techwrit@gmail.com)
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406

Registration Details
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This conference is limited to 40 participants only.

To register for this event, please send an email (subject as: STC RegCon Registration) to Saravanan Manoharan (sara.techwrit@gmail.com ) by 16th October with your complete details – participant’s name(s), company name (if employed), STC Membership ID (if you are an STC member) and Email ID(s).

Please do not inquire about the conference on this mailing list.

Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan.

Participation Fee
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* The participation fee is 300 INR for non-STC members.
* For STC members, it is 150 INR.
* For spot registration, it is 500 INR per participant.

Corporate Offer
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If there are three or more participants from the same company, the registration fee would be only 200 INR per participant.

Additional Details
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– STC suggests the participants to actively seek their organizations for sponsoring the registration fee. It can be added to their training costs.
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan on or before October 16, 2008.
– STC and Non-STC members have to pay the participation fee by October 16, 2008.

– If you are staying in Gurgaon/Delhi and need help with transportation, please contact us.

– Participants can leave cash in sealed envelopes for the contact person with the security personnel at any of the following venues (please ensure that you include your name and contact info on the envelope):

For Noida

Saravanan Manoharan
Mtree Software Private Limited
4th Floor, Sandesh Building
C 56/31, Sector 62
Noida – 201307
Mobile: 9818220406

For Noida Express Highway

Promila Chitkara
Oracle India Pvt. Ltd.
Logix Technopark,
Tower D, Level 2, 6
Plot No. 5,
Sector 127, Noida 201301
Mobile: 9811324317

For Delhi

Ashu Saini
Bharti Telesoft Ltd.
F-13, Okhla Phase – I,
New Delhi -110020.
Tel : +91-11-41611666
– If you cannot hand over cash in person, please let us know – we can
look for other alternatives.

We look forward to seeing you at this regional conference. Please note there are only limited seats. If you need any help/clarifications, do mail/call me.

Have a great day.
Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan Manoharan (sara.techwrit@gmail.com)
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406
https://rubricate.wordpress.com

Delhi(NCR) STC Learning Session on July 19, 2008 @ Fiserv, Noida

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Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on July 19, 2008.

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a learning session for technical communicators on July 19, 2008.

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Agenda
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10.00 AM to 10:30 AM
Registration and Introduction…

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: Session on “Flare: Users Perspective” by Shilpa Singh from Fiserv

About the session
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MadCap Flare is the most versatile and powerful Help Authoring tool in the market. It is an advanced product from the creators of RoboHelp.

This session introduces you to the “MadCap Flare” workspace, highlights some of the frequently used features of Flare, and compares Flare with RoboHelp. Some other aspects of Flare will also be explored, reflecting the utility of this tool in technical communication.

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Shilpa Singh is a post graduate in Mass Communication, with a diploma in Instructional Design and Content Writing. She has a cumulative experience of five years in instructional design and technical writing. At present, she is working with Fiserv India as a technical editor. Shilpa is looking forward to your participation in this session in which she will walk you through various aspects of MadCap Flare!

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11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

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11.45 AM to 12.45 PM

Session 2:  Session on “Software Usability and the WOW effect ” by Alok Sharma from SafeNet

This session covers the following topics:
  • Basics of Software Usability
  • What lead to the increased awareness on Usability aspects of a product or project?
  • How can I measure the Usability of my product?
  • How can I determine the ROI on Usability investments?
  • How can I contribute as a documentation professional?

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Alok is working with SafeNet Infotech as a Technical Writer. He has an experience of more than four years in technical documentation. His hobbies include reading (motivational stuff), writing, exploring new gadgets, and listening to diverse forms of music.

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12.45 PM to 01.00 PM
Q&A and Closure

Venue
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Fiserv is sponsoring the venue for the July 19, 2008 session.

Since its formation in 1984, Fiserv has grown into a worldwide organization with clients in more than 60 countries supported by nearly 25,000 employees. We are serving more than 18,000 clients worldwide with over 3600 products and a host of services.

Fiserv Global Services (FGS), as the India offshore development center is known, is operating out of multiple centers in Noida and Pune. The Technical Publications Center of Excellence (Tech Pub CoE) at FGS is a group of skilled resources with expertise in technical writing, instructional designing, reviewing, editing, planning, and delivering of technical documentation. The group has proficiency in authoring tools like Flare, FrameMaker, RoboHelp, Captivate and Learning Content Management System, and has worked with screen capture and graphic tools, version control systems and industry-standard style guides.

At this point, the group is associated with a number of projects and has delivered high-quality end-user documentation in various domains such as Banking, Credit Unions, Insurance, Payments and Industry Products, to name a few.

Visit the Fiserv Website at: http://www.fiserv.com

Address
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Fiserv India Pvt Limited
A94/8, Sector 58 (Near EXL BPO offices)
Noida 201301

Note: The session will be held in the facility training room, Ivory

Fiserv Contact
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Aneesha Myles Shewani: 98118-39471

How to get to the venue:
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Please refer the map – http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=28.6020153&lon=77.3597413&z=18&l=0&m=a&v=2

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Aneesha Myles at aneesha.myles@fiserv.co.in

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee:
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Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan on or before July 16, 2008.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Delhi/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406
https://rubricate.wordpress.com

Delhi (NCR) STC Regional Conference on June 2008 @ Oracle, Noida – Report and Pics

We had the First Regional Conference for the year June 2008 @ Oracle, Noida.

The report would be added very soon meanwhile you can enjoy the pics here – Google Picasa Album

PPTs from the Regional conference are as follows:

Do add your comments about the event and the pics 🙂

Delhi (NCR) STC Regional Conference – June 14th, 2008 @ Oracle, Noida

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Delhi (NCR) STC Regional Conference – June 14, 2008

Sponsors: Oracle and Bharti Telesoft
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Agenda
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09.30 am – 09.45 am – Inauguration
09.45 am – 10.45 am – “Creating user assistance in a Web 2.0 world with Adobe AIR”, by Akshay Madan, Adobe
10.45 am – 11.00 am – Tea/Coffee Break
11.00 am – 01.00 pm – Panel Discussion – “Authoring Tools Versus Writing Skills”
01.00 pm – 01.15 pm – Group Picture
01.15 pm – 02.00 pm – Lunch Break
02.00 pm – 03.00 pm – “Creating a Sustainable Multimedia Demo Creation Process” by Pawan Nayar, Adobe
03.00 pm – 04.00 pm – Debate – “Innovation and Creativity are Practically Impossible in Tech Writing”
04.00 pm – 04.15 pm – Tea/Coffee Break
04.15 pm – 05.15 pm – “Documentation Review Cycle” by Shalini Vaishnav, SafeNet
05.15 pm – 05.45 pm – Technical Writing Quiz
05:45 pm – 06.00 pm – Closure

About the Speakers and Topics
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Creating user assistance in a Web 2.0 world with Adobe AIR

If you have visited Adobe Labs lately, you may have read about the RoboHelp Packager for Adobe AIR, which allows you to convert existing WebHelp files generated using Adobe RoboHelp to an Adobe AIR application. Help and knowledge bases delivered as Adobe AIR applications have a consistent look and feel across Windows, Macintosh, and Linux platforms. It’s a whole new way of providing “help as an application” based on a fast-growing cross-platform technology called Adobe Integrated Runtime (Adobe AIR). Attend this session to know more…

Panel Discussion – “Authoring Tools Versus Writing Skills

  1. Pawan Nayar, Senior Documentation Manager, Adobe Systems
  2. Ashu Saini, Documentation Manager, Bharti Telesoft
  3. Deepshikha Seth, Documentation Manager, Nucleus Software

Moderator: Alok Sharma, SafeNet

“Creating a Sustainable Multimedia Demo Creation Process”

This paper talks about how to define a multimedia demo creation process for your business unit or organization.

You will learn how to:

  • identify the content that makes a good demo candidate, set relationship in a demo suite (small demos, large demos, CBTs, demos that call small demos etc).
  • define a basic storyboard check list that helps you capture the best of what you want to demonstrate or highlight in identified content that you want to demo.
  • set a basic process that you can replicate to create consistent demos across your organization.

Debate – “Innovation and Creativity are Practically Impossible in Tech Writing”

In this session, we would be diving the group into “For” and “Against” for this topic and let the participants debate on the topic. Do come prepared with your inputs, either for or against this topic…

Documentation Review Cycle

Shalini Vaishnav would explain how the documentation review cycle is done in companies, challenges faced, and would also request contribution from the participants…

Venue
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Oracle is sponsoring the venue for the Delhi (NCR) STC Regional conference.

The Server Technologies Documentation team at Oracle India is a 30+ member team, and it’s growing! The team manages a documentation set that contains 100 documents and includes Developer’s Guides, User’s Guides, and Online Help. To work on these documents, the team uses the latest authoring tools, such as Adobe FrameMaker (Structured), Macromedia Dreamweaver, Qarbon ViewletBuilder, and Robocop. Projects that the team works on offer writers the opportunity to learn about the latest Oracle products and interact with Oracle development teams around the world. The team works from Oracle offices in Bangalore and Noida.

Visit the Documentation section of the Oracle Web site at
http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/index.html

Venue Address
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Oracle India Pvt. Ltd.
Logix Technopark,
Tower D, Level 4
Plot No. 5,
Sector 127, Noida 201301

Oracle Contact:
Promila Chitkara 9811324317

How to get to the venue:
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Located 3 Kms. from the Toll Road crossing, situated next to the Lotus Valley School and 2 minutes drive from Amity University. When coming from Noida, Logix TechnoPark will be on your right, on the toll road. So before entering the Greater Noida toll road, you need to take the service lane on your left and take an U-turn to reach Oracle building.

For exact map, refer here – http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=28.535398&lon=77.345263&z=16&l=0&m=a&v=2

Contact Details
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Saravanan Manoharan ( sara.techwrit@gmail.com)
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406

Registration Details
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This conference is limited to 40 participants only.

To register for this event, please send an email (subject as: STC RegCon Registration) to Saravanan Manoharan ( sara.techwrit@gmail.com ) by 11th June with your complete details – participant’s name(s), company name (if employed), STC Membership ID (if you are an STC member) and Email ID(s).

Please do not inquire about the conference on this mailing list.

Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan

Participation Fee
—————————
* The participation fee is 250 INR for non-STC members.
* For STC members, it is 100 INR.
* For spot registration, it is 500 INR per participant.

Corporate Offer
————————-
If there are three or more participants from the same company, the registration fee would be only 150 INR per participant.

Additional Details
—————————-
– STC suggests the participants to actively seek their organizations for sponsoring the registration fee. It can be added to their training costs.
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan on or before June 11, 2008.
– Non-STC members have to pay the participation fee by June 11, 2008.
– If you are staying in Gurgaon/Delhi and need help with transportation, please contact us.
– Participants can leave cash in sealed envelopes for the contact person with the security personnel at any of the following venues (please ensure that you include your name and contact info on the envelope):

For Noida

Saravanan Manoharan
Mtree Software Private Limited
4th Floor, Sandesh Building
C 56/31, Sector 62
Noida – 201307
Mobile: 9818220406

For Noida Express Highway

Promila Chitkara
Oracle India Pvt. Ltd.
Logix Technopark,
Tower D, Level 2, 6
Plot No. 5,
Sector 127, Noida 201301
Mobile:9811324317

For Delhi

Ashu Saini
Bharti Telesoft Ltd.
F-13, Okhla Phase – I,
New Delhi -110020.
Tel : +91-11-41611666

For Gurgaon

Manisha Khurana
ALCATEL DEVELOPMENT INDIA
Block A and B, Plot No 25, Sector 18, Electronic City,
GURGAON – 122015
Tel: +91-124-2455050 Ext: 4721

– If you cannot hand over cash in person, please let us know – we can look for other alternatives.

We look forward to seeing you at this regional conference. Please note there are only limited seats. If you need any help/clarifications, do mail/call me.

Have a great day.
Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan Manoharan ( sara.techwrit@gmail.com)
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406
https://rubricate.wordpress.com

Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session, March 29, 2008 @ Magma Design Automation, Noida

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Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on March 29, 2008.

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a learning session for technical communicators on March 29, 2008.

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Agenda
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10.15 AM to 10:30 AM
Introduction…

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: “Blogs, RSS and Folksnomies: Introduction to Web 2.0” by Saravanan Manoharan from MTree Software

About the session
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In this session you can get to know the basics of Web 2.0 and some insights on Blogs, RSS and Folksnomies.

11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

11.45 AM to 01.00 PM
Session 2: “Using Wiki as an Intranet” by Saravanan Manoharan from Mtree Software

About the session
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In this session you can get to know how to install a Wiki and use it as an Intranet with the following features:

* Blog
* Forum
* Articles
* Calendar

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Saravanan Manoharan is a Computer Science graduate, currently working with Mtree Software as a Technical Writer. He has five years of experience in Technical Communication. Saravanan is also pursuing the PGPBM for Working Managers (WMP) course conducted by IIM Lucknow, Noida Campus. His hobbies include networking, playing drums, learning new languages, playing all sort of sports, and reading varieties of books.

01.00 PM to 01.15 PM
Q&A and Closure

Venue
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Magma Design Automation is sponsoring the venue for the March 29, 2008 session.

Magma Design Automation, with headquarters in Silicon Valley and a global network of sales & support personnel, develops software for electronic design automation (EDA), enabling integrated circuit designers to meet critical time-to-market objectives, improve chip performance and handle multimillion-gate designs.

Magma Design Automation provides electronic design automation (EDA) software that enables chip designers to meet critical time-to-market objectives, improve chip performance and handle multimillion-gate designs. Magma software comprises a system that is integrated yet open, capable of reading and writing data in industry-standard formats. By providing unequaled automation, scalability and predictable results, iterations can be eliminated and time to market can be significantly improved. Magma’s complete RTL-to-GDSII design flows include design planning, prototyping, synthesis, place & route, and signal and power integrity chip design capabilities in a single executable, enabling chip designers to “Design Ahead of the Curve”™. Magma’s software also includes products for capacitance extraction; circuit simulation; characterization and modeling; and CAD navigation.

Magma’s customers – among them Broadcom, Fujitsu, Infineon, NEC Electronics America, Samsung, Toshiba, Texas Instruments and Vitesse, to name a few – include the world’s leading semiconductor companies, creating chips more advanced than ever before.

Magma’s stock trades on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol LAVA. For more information about Magma and its products, visit http://www.magma-da.com.

Address
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Magma Design Automation India Pvt Ltd
A-41, Correnthum,
Tower ‘B’, Lobe-3, Fifth Floor.
Sector-62
Noida-201 301
Uttar Pradesh
India
Tel: – 0120- 4018400
Fax: – 0120 -4018499

How to get to the venue:
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Please refer the map – http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=28.626927&lon=77.372139&z=16&l=0&m=a&v=2

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Vishal Gupta at vgupta@magma-da.com

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee:
————————–
Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan on or before March 26, 2008.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Delhi/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406