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Offline CaptainJester

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« Posted 2009-09-06 13:59:30 »

This is a long talk, but looks interesting.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgxCb7fjauE

Offline Mr_Light

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2009-09-10 14:45:23 »

This video has been removed by the user.   Sad

looks like they moved it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uljtqyBLxI

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2009-09-13 01:03:39 »

This showed up in my subscriptions (googletechtalks) a few days ago. I only watched the first 10 minutes. The presentation was just too sloppy to bear. After these 10 minutes I still had no clue where he intends to go or why. It really was that bad.

Tech presentations can be so simple. Start with the problem, tell why it's a problem, and then tell how you tackled it. Then thing like how it works and why it works. And most importantly - how much better it works. Now, then, delta. Done. Really really easy.

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Offline JL235

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2009-09-13 02:27:59 »

I've only watched half so far, but it seems more like a story on 'how we did it' then about tackling a technology issue. Interesting stuff though.

Offline Mr_Light

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2009-09-13 04:42:15 »

This showed up in my subscriptions (googletechtalks) a few days ago. I only watched the first 10 minutes. The presentation was just too sloppy to bear. After these 10 minutes I still had no clue where he intends to go or why. It really was that bad.

Tech presentations can be so simple. Start with the problem, tell why it's a problem, and then tell how you tackled it. Then thing like how it works and why it works. And most importantly - how much better it works. Now, then, delta. Done. Really really easy.

tbh with the information simply oosing out of him it doesn't really matter how he presents. I just really can't be annoyed by it, perhaps its cause because I've seen too many slick presentations that lacked substance or where simply full of lies. That and starting with a problem can blow up in your face just as well; they either can't comprehend the problem, recognize there is one or get down right hostile because they think they know where the problem is but simply isn't. No I've been through presentation where ppl kept sticking to: "this is the problem - my prototype doesn't work because of this no matter what you say" - sorry my stuff is working in production for months now and it simply ain't an issue. "you lie"  persecutioncomplex

tbh it really doesn't matter if it was bearable at all depending on the information he's giving out. Presentations aren't about selling stuff or entertaining ppl they are first and fore most about relaying information.

Ok so I pretty much watched it in one go. The stuff that annoyed me was more so was: that I couldn't hear what the audience was saying, that no one pointed out that he wasn't talking into the mic(why does he need to hold one anyway) and that someone skypeing in had his microphone open.

It's harder to read code than to write it. - it's even harder to write readable code.

The gospel of brother Riven: "The guarantee that all bugs are in *your* code is worth gold." Amen brother a-m-e-n.
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