these are good guidelines! I agree, everybody should follow those.
From what I understand from this thread, people want:
- English slides regardless of the language of the presentation
It all makes a lot of sense to me.
Oh... MoR will be on the 18 in March so it's a bit too late for you I
On Jan 16, 12:37 pm, "Gary Haran" <gary.ha...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I offer a few recommendations for presenters, not really as rules we must
> obey but guidelines to improve the presentation.
> It has been 6 months now and we've had some really amazing presentations.
> Guidelines for better presentations.
> - set expectations; present yourself to your audience, tell them what the
> ps: I should be capable of doing a March presentation if it is prior to
> On 1/16/08, Mathieu Martin <web...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I agree with the english requirement for the slides, even though I'm
> > I also think JF is on to something here. Making a 30-60 minutes
> > Also, as someone mentioned at the pub yesterday, the resulting hour long
> > 5-10 minute presentations showing little snippets of code, Ruby idioms or
> > Cheers,
> > Mat
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