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This is the second in a series of posts from Atlassian's Technical Writing Team focusing on using a wiki for technical writing. Last week, Andrew Lui talked about why wikis are ideal for collaborative documentation development. In this post, I'll be talking about how you can use a wiki to publish documentation, from authoring content through to publishing.

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Watch a live demo of the new features in Confluence 3.4

It's been a couple of weeks since we released Confluence 3.4, a new version of our enterprise wiki packed full of new features to provide faster, richer content creation for everyone. Don't worry if you missed out on last week's webinar demonstration of the new features, we recorded everything for you! 

See the new keyboard shortcuts, user macro improvements and new Universal Plugin Management by watching a recording of the live demo below (demo starts at 07:25).


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This is the first of a series of posts from Atlassian's Technical Writing Team focusing on using a wiki for technical writing. In this post, Andrew Lui will be talking about the reasons why a wiki is a good solution for your technical documentation needs. Following posts will cover how you can author, publish, structure and manage your documentation on a wiki.

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Atlassian's technical writers are holding our second Doc Sprint on the 4th and 5th of November 2010. It's happening in Sydney, in San Francisco and online and you're invited! If you can't join us in person, you can drop in on our daily webinar sessions, follow the buzz in our online chat room and subscribe to our email list. What is a Doc Sprint? A Doc Sprint is a short (two-day) event when a group of people collaborate and focus on writing a specific set of documentation. What's our second Doc Sprint

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Cash For Clunkers: Confluence Trade-Ins

5 days left to trade-in your clunky collaboration method Our second Cash For Clunkers program has been humming along quietly over the past month. With only 5 days left it seems apt that we provide an update on what the collaboration trade-in scene is looking like. We're not just dishing out 20% discounts or free 10-user Confluence licenses for trade-ins, we're also giving four lucky creative people a $1,000 donation to a charity of their choosing and their very own Amazon Kindle (sorry no Apple

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