The Geek’s Guide to Avoiding Sub-Optimal Presentations

Sadly, all too often presentations and demos made by well-meaning Geeks are a catalogue of errors in terms of effectively conveying the message they wish to get out there.
Of course, there are a few things that when done properly pretty much guarantee the success of a presentation! David has boiled these things down to 7 Power Presenting Protocols (especially for Nerds) and in this session he will identify the mistakes that are often made and then offer one of the Protocols to address each of them.
Your presentations and demos will never be the same again!!!

About the Presenter

David Duffett, a man in a green shirt, is waving his hand in front of a sign.

David Duffett

David is a Geek that has been publicly Speaking and teaching for more than 25 years, from London to Los Angeles, Berlin to Beirut, Kingston to Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai to Melbourne, and Mexico City! He loves communications technology and was the longest serving Worldwide Community Director for the Asterisk® project – the ‘Daddy’ of all Open Source communications projects.
David has always been grateful to the Geeks that build the various technologies he speaks about, and he wants to give back – by helping Geeks to Speak, Nerds to be Heard and Techies to Teach!
He is achieving this through his Geek Speaker System – 7 Power Presenting Protocols …for Nerds