Eric Severson

Eric Severson is co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer for Flatirons Solutions Corporation. Eric is also on the board of directors for IDEAlliance and is a former president of OASIS--both XML industry consortiums. He can be reached at Eric.Severson@flatironssolutions.com.

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How and Why to Use Component-Based Authoring: First in a 3-Part Series

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