Planning to Give a (Developer) Talk? Read this Article!

Posted by: Roland Weigelt, on 31 Oct 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

If you plan to speak at a conference or a user group meeting, How To Deliver a Great Technical Presentation by James Montemagno contains valuable tips. The article contains virtually everything that I from my personal experience of giving both technical (developer) and (a bit more fluffy) user experience talks would recommend. Some comments on just a few of the points he mentions: Prepare that IDE definitely; it always amazes me when speakers are surprised by the lower resolution of a projector....

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