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Technical talks, particularly those which involve code, are typically deadly for all but a handful of your audience members. They are paced too quickly, assume too much background knowledge, and are designed to show off the technical abilities of the presenter more than increase the technical knowledge of the audience.
Before you assemble one more ineffective talk, consider a few points for improving your presentation, including Assume Nothing, Build Gradually, and It’s Not About You. With 18 years of teaching students and many stellar course reviews, Jen Kramer will walk you through simple techniques to improve your next technical presentation. Imagine finishing a talk with the attention of your audience, instead of a mix of puzzled faces, people nodding off, and those who are working “in another window”!