I learned about “visual notes” as a way of capturing presentations last year, and I really like the technique. The image shows the visual notes from a talk titled, “Build Your Dreams”. The drawing/artwork is by Lynne Cazaly.
cake.co has a good story about getting Steve Jobs to speak at Unix Expo.
Here’s a link to some slides from a Lightbend presentation titled, Scala 2.13 & Beyond.
I was going to write a little application to let me annotate my MacOS screen during presentations, but the Ink2Go product looks like it does exactly what I was thinking. As I’m creating a video presentation, such as when showing how to write some Scala or Android code, I want to be able to draw on the screen, such as writing text, arrows, circles, and boxes to highlight parts of the screen. Ink2Go looks like what I want.
The slides from Jonas Bonér’s talk, “From Microliths To Microsystems,” are now online at speakerdeck.com.
Here’s a link to some Effective Scala slides, as presented by Mirco Dotta in 2013.
Your conference presentation - How you plan it, how it goes. From PhD Comics.