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Paul Stoecklein

Documentation Director

@MadCapDocTeam

Paul Stoecklein has over 20 years of experience as a writer, editor, and documentation specialist. In that time, he has worked for a wide range of companies, including Anheuser-Busch, Edward Jones, and eHelp Corporation. Since the formation of MadCap Software in early 2005, Paul has headed its documentation department.

Sessions Presented by Paul Stoecklein:

Monday, June 4

11:30 AM-12:25 PM

The World’s Oldest Living MadCap Flare Project: A Study on Project Architecture

Track 2 MadCap Flare Project Management

Some of the most common questions we get at MadCap Software have to do with project architecture: “How should I structure and organize my projects? Which features are best to use? What are the pros and cons of the different methods?” After briefly tackling (or at least bumping into) these issues, Paul Stocklein will show you what we actually do for our own documentation at MadCap Software. Come see the world’s oldest living MadCap Flare project and find out.

Monday, June 4

4:25-5:20 PM

A Walk in the Cloud: A Step-by-Step Journey through MadCap Central, Part 1

Track 1 MadCap Central Project Management

What is MadCap Central? What are its benefits? And how do you use it? These are questions that MadCap Software’s Jennifer Morse and Paul Stoecklein will answer as they take you on a guided tour through MadCap Central. In this two-part session, Jennifer and Paul will explain the basics of MadCap Central and set up a fictional scenario where a writing team adds MadCap Central to its daily regimen. They will guide you through a step-by-step demo of MadCap Central and show you how to solve common issues such as synchronization via source control, streamlining the review process, and how to keep projects on schedule and organized with task, calendars, checklists, and more. In addition, learn best practices on obtaining and centralizing important information and reports, publishing or rolling back outputs, and avoiding IT issues with simple, flexible solutions for hosting your output, including customizable URLs.

Tuesday, June 5

11:00 AM-12:00 PM

A Walk in the Cloud: A Step-by-Step Journey through MadCap Central, Part 2

Track 1 MadCap Central Project Management

In this second session of a two-part series, MadCap Software’s Jennifer Morse and Paul Stoecklein continue their detailed demonstration of MadCap Central using their fictional writing team. They will guide you through a step-by-step demo of MadCap Central and show you how to solve common issues. At the end of these sessions, you should be thoroughly familiar with all that MadCap Central offers and how to make it work for you.