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    • About Delivering Tech Presentations Tips sharing Max@imss.ent, Jun 01, 2010
    • Agenda
      • Warm-up Tips
      • Fonts, Color, Layout of Slides
      • Introduction part
      • Body part and the organization of topics
      • Conclusion
      • Other trivial tips
    • Warm-up Tips
      • Plan the purpose first
      • Plan the presentation
      • Know your audience
      • The time allotted to you
      • How big is the room
      • check the settings
    • Fonts
      • Type size shall be 18pt and larger
      • Do not use Serif Fonts
        • This font is Courier (24pt)
        • This font is Arial (24pt)
      • Do not use all Capital LETTERS
    • Color Scheme
      • Dark words against a light background
        • For less than 16 people
        • For teaching
      • Light words against a dark background
        • For more than 16 people
        • A larger room
      • Avoid troubling color combinations
        • e.g. Red-Green (color blind)
        • Review slides in grayscale to check the color scheme
    • Layout
      • Keep the layout consistent as possible
      • Heading each slide
      • Sentence is a better choice for statement
      • Limit text boxes to no more than 2 lines
        • Use background boxes to highlight
      • Limit lists to no more than 3 lines
        • Suggest to animate items one by one
        • No sub-lists!
    • Slides Scheme
      • Carry 1 graph at each slide
    • Introduction
      • Attention Getting Device (AGD)
        • A short story to engage the audience
        • A brief self-intro
      • Concise the purpose
      • Scope and a preview of the slides
        • Defer outside questions
      • Terms and backgrounds
    • Body
      • Organize the talk into topics
        • No more than three main points
      • Arguments
        • Each main point shall have evidence
        • Do not be too detailed
      • Transitions between main points
        • A plain statement for business meetings
        • A question for tech talks
        • One more joke for informal seminars
    • Organize the Main Points -1
      • Describe a structure by space/dimension
        • EUQ-TOI
          • EuqServer, DB, IMSSmgr, WebAccess, LDAP
        • Design of EUQ-SSO
          • Front-end, Mid-layer, Back-end
        • Overview of TMEEG Components
          • Mime-Bld, Key-Mgr, Policy-Mgr, SMTP Relay, DB
      For non-expert audience For a distributed structure
    • Organize the Main Points -2
      • Describe a scenario by sequence
        • Report Flow chart
        • Adding a New Report Type
      Regardless to physical instances Meaning group objects For experts only For retrospective reviews
    • Organize the Main Points -3
      • By Use Cases
        • Sharing stories from USA experience
        • Guidelines for coding
        • Internal Summary on Frequent Defects
        • Introducing an utility for routines
      Keep things interesting For sharing, not for business meeting Demonstrations on site
    • Conclusion
      • Summarizing main points
        • One sentence for each main point
      • Restate Purpose
        • Consistent with introduction part
      • Call to actions
        • Call for Counter measurements
        • Motivation for actions
      Benefits for Audience Be positive and focus on purpose
    • Questions and Answers
      • Anticipate Questions when Planning
      • Briefly Repeat Question
        • Make sure your understanding
        • Take a few seconds to think
      • Never Make up Answers!
        • Avoid Ending your answer with “don’t know”
      • Don’t be Defensive or Aggressive
    • Trivial Tips
      • Eye Contacts
        • Hold eye contacts till finishing an entire sentence
      • Hands
        • Open hands is enough
      • Feet
        • Don’t move feet till taking steps
      • Posture
        • Sit/Stand up straight