It looks like most of the talks from the recent Scala Days conferences are now online.
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.
This is a page from my book, “A Survival Guide for New Consultants”
“Practice your kicks 10,000 times.”
This is a page from my book, Functional Programming, Simplified
“When you listen to someone, you should give up all your preconceived ideas and subjective opinions; you should just listen to him, just observe what his way is.”
If you’ve read the previous chapters, you’re now well past the basics. You’re a trustworthy person, a problem solver, you don’t create any problems for your sponsor, and you know how to make the big decisions. Now we’ll dig into a few of the finer points of being a consultant.