Technical speakers are most often very good at the "technical" part of speaking but sometimes leave the "speaking" part with something to be desired. The body language may be stilted (or in some cases nonexistent), the voice can be a dull monotone or the font size can make the demos unreadable from more than five feet away. We have all been there - the technical content is great but the presenter just won't cut it. This session is for anyone who either is or aspires to become a technical speaker, and I will go through tips and techniques for better understanding and using body language, how to use your voice for maximum benefit and finally give some pointers, ideas and software tips to make sure your demos are as clear and readable as possible.
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