March 13-15, 2019
Montreal, Canada

The Meta-talk: Giving Outstanding Technical Presentations

What makes an excellent technical talk when presenting to a technical audience? Most aim for a comprehensive presentation, but unfortunately achieve a jumble of acronyms and ill-defined concepts. Sometimes less is more. Learn how to focus your topic, deal with Imposter Syndrome, build your talk gradually, show rather than tell, and remember it's not about you. Make your next talk a truly memorable and educational presentation.

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Jen Kramer

Harvard University Extension School

Jen Kramer has been teaching and performing web design for over 19 years. Most recently, she is a Lecturer at Harvard University Extension School in the Master's of Liberal Arts in Digital Media Design program, where she teaches five courses per year on front-end web development. She's also a prolific video author, creating over 35 training courses for Lynda.com, Frontend Masters, O'Reilly Media, and Aquent Gymnasium. She earned her MS in Internet Strategy Management from Marlboro College.

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