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From andrea <andreapatricell...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: About speakers presentations
Date Thu, 13 Oct 2016 08:24:44 GMT
Hi Rich,

Thank you very much for the very detailed explanation! I'm going to do a 
little "web-training" about presentations. And I'm very bad to 
templating, I will kindly accept the ASF ones :)
Can also I ask here for templates or will be they accessible from 
another resource?

Best regards,
Andrea


Il 11/10/2016 14:51, Rich Bowen ha scritto:
>
> On 10/10/2016 06:53 AM, andrea wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'm new to ApacheCon world and I have few technical questions and I hand
>> them to your kind attention:
>>
>> - about the speakers: are there some common templates to use for
>> presentations? Where can we find them?
>
> Usually a member of the community provides AOO templates for the
> presentations. Most people don't use them. There's no rule here.
>
>> - are there some "rules" or directives on how to write the presentation?
> While we have, in the past, had conference talks about how to give
> conference talks, there are no rules, other than try to give a great
> talk that will be beneficial to your audience. Consider who your
> audience is likely to be, and give them what they need, without a lot of
> fluff.
>
> Oh, and no sales pitches. That's a pretty standard rule.
>
> If you Google "presentation skills" and click on the videos tab, you can
> learn a *lot* in just a few minutes of watching. I find the most
> important thing to think of as you write your talk is, who is the
> audience, and what do they need to know.
>
>> - What is the time available for every speaker? I would not want to do
>> wrong assumptions about this starting from schedule :)
>>
>
> You have roughly 45 minutes. Your total time is 50, but we encourage you
> to leave some time for questions.
>
> If you want to practice your presentation ahead of time, practice in
> front of a camera, and then ask here. Someone will be willing to review
> for you. If you want to practice on-site before your talk, we will have
> rooms available for that. (Or, at least, we usually do. People very
> seldom take advantage of that.)
>
>


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