Though focused mainly on his recreational photographic pursuits, there are over a dozen great articles collected together here on various aspects of doing DITA.
Some of the information here is “dense”, requiring some thought to ensure you understand what’s actually being said before moving along to the next thing, but well worth it for the insights.
Where to start? Some suggestions:
- Content Conversion Issues: an article whose premise is nicely summed up by the phrase: “it’s not supposed to look the same!”
- Articles one and two dealing with Narrative authoring vs. topic based authoring and where productivity gains come out of doing the latter over the former
- It’s Titles All the Way Down: points out that title elements are there for labelling purposes, not necessarily to provide structure
All worth taking a look at, and even if you don’t end up agreeing with all of his points (I didn’t on some of them, and said so in the comment sections of a couple of his pieces) they do provide food for thought.