Speakers: Dennis Wurster
Level: Fundamental, Hands-on (BYOD for attendees)
Excerpt: Documentation. It sounds like a great idea, but how do you get started? Before you can start over-thinking which tool to use, we’re going to help you figure out what’s important, how it’s related, and how to keep track of it.
Description: When it comes to documentation, the considerations can be paralyzing. Everyone wants to have effective documentation, but they’re not sure how to get started, or how to improve what they already have. We’re going to discuss a simple and achievable framework based on people, stuff, and events that anyone can start with. We’ll also help you identify what’s important in your particular environment, and the relationships each of these entities have. We’ll walk through a few aspects like accessibility, expiration, and formatting but without over-complicating things.
About the speaker
Dennis Wurster (Twitter: @wildeep) – Associate Director of Computing Services – Eastman School of Music
Dennis Wurster prides himself as a user-advocate, and constantly works to untangle complexity and establish efficiency. By day, he is the Associate Director of Computing Services at the Eastman School of Music. By night, he consults with small businesses in his hometown of Rochester, New York. Dennis has been published in TidBITS, the Mac Administrator’s Journal, and MacAuthority. He has presented at the MacAdmins Conference and the User Group Leadership Conference, and at his local Apple User Group, AppleCIDER. Away from the keyboard, Dennis is a fan of automotive engineering, vintage arcade games, and an avid cyclist.