Thanks to everyone who joined us for yesterday’s webinar – Confluence as a Platform for Technical Documentation – hosted by Sarah Maddox of Atlassian with special guests Darryl Duke of StepStone Technologies and Tobias Anstett of K15t Software.

Relive the Webinar

We took the liberty of recording the webinar for those that couldn’t attend. Sit back and relax 🙂

Slides and Questions

If you’re looking for a copy of the slides presented by Sarah, or itching to know the answer to your questions, visit this page on our public instance of Confluence that houses Atlassian’s documentation.

Roll the Drums

All attendees went into the draw for a chance to win one of 10 copies of Sarah’s new book –  Confluence, tech comm, chocolate: A wiki as platform extraordinaire for technical communication –, a Zen Foundation license valued up to $12,000, or one of K15t’s Scroll Wiki Exporters valued up to $3,600. The winners are…

1 of 10 Copies of Sarah’s Book

  1. Marion Nebuhr
  2. Melody Locke
  3. Kristof Vandermeersch
  4. Paul Weiss
  5. Joanne Mayhew
  6. Kandis Weiner
  7. Ximena Mejia
  8. Erin McManaway
  9. Matthew Horn
  10. Vitaly Burlai

Free License of Zen Foundation

Congratulations, Monica Calpito!

Free License for One of K15t’s Scroll Wiki Exporters

Volker Schulze, it’s your lucky day!

Congratulations everyone and thanks for your participation!

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Webinar Recording: Confluence as a Platform for Technical Documentation