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The Lake Count .NET User Group is putting on it’s second Chicago Code Camp on May 1st. I would encourage everyone to come out and participate in the Chicago area .NET community. You can register here. Better yet come of with a presentation of your own. I have submitted an abstract for a presentation on Office Open XML. del.icio.us Tags: Chicago Code Camp,presentations,Office Open XML,LCNUG ...
I’ll be participating in the Baton Rouge .NET User Group’s second Speaker Idol event and doing a presentation on the SOLID principles. This’ll be my first time speaking for the BRDNUG, so we’ll see how it goes. At the least, hopefully those attending will find the presentation entertaining. You’ll find a link to my presentation included in this blog, please check it out and feel free to adapt from it if you find it useful. Keep in mind that this presentation is designed for 15-20 minutes. Also I ...
I’m preparing for a few presentations I’ll be giving next week at TechDays 09 in Calgary. For me, preparation starts with the material. What is it that I’m trying to say and what are the important points I need to make. Then I do a few dry runs where I go through the slides and demos by myself. This is usually not an ‘out loud’ preparation but rather just for me to ensure that things flow and I know what NOT to do in my demos. Lastly, I try to do one or two ‘out loud’ dry runs. I find this part the ...
.NET University has a variety of presentations available for download, including code examples and videos. Use the materials to learn or to present at your next DNUG meeting ;) The presentations cover a variety of different topics, so if you’ve already got a presentation planned and you just want to compare, be sure to check’em out. All the popular topics like Silverlight, WPF, WCF, LINQ, and ASP.NET MVC are covered. Instant presentations, just add presenter. http://www.dotnet-u.com Technorati Tags: ...
Those of us that give a lot of presentations whether for a living or for fun can identify with this post. However, I particularly love the post mortem on how to recover and reclaim your presentation mojo! Technorati tags: PowerPoint, Presentations, Presenting, Crash and Burn ...