Webinar recording on Confluence for technical documentation
Earlier this week I hosted a webinar on using a Confluence wiki for technical documentation. The guest speaker was Jon Hertzig, a technical writer at OpenCloud. He showed us his Confluence documentation site and talked about his use of plugins and macros in addition to core Confluence functionality.
We recorded the webinar session, and you can now view it on the Atlassian blog.
This was a very interesting experience for me. It’s the first time I have conducted a webinar session, and the first time I’ve been bottled up and served as a voice-over on the web.
I’d like to say a big thank you to Jon Hertzig, who did a great job of showing us his Confluence documentation site. And thank you to Morgan and Jon at Atlassian too, for suggesting that I host the session. It was fun, although a bit nerve-wracking at first. By the time we got to the question-and-answer session, I was thoroughly enjoying it.
Thank you also to all the people who attended, and for your contributions to what Morgan calls the “killer Q & A session” 🙂
Posted on 17 January 2009, in atlassian, Confluence, technical writing, wiki and tagged atlassian, Confluence, documentation, technical documentation, technical writing, webinar, wiki, wikis. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.