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    Dr Herbie

    I found this quite interesting (having watched Scott present).  http://tekpub.com/view/ft_speaker/1

    He puts quite a lot of effort into his talks! Who knew? Tongue Out

    Herbie

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    Ian2

    He is one of those guys who seems to manage to do everything quite well, even the humour thing (he does stand up as well)

    "Bastid" Wink

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    Richard.Hein

    , Dr Herbie wrote

    I found this quite interesting (having watched Scott present).  http://tekpub.com/view/ft_speaker/1

    He puts quite a lot of effort into his talks! Who knew? Tongue Out

    Herbie

    Good video ... thanks for sharing.  I learned a lot.

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    JoshRoss

    I like the Notepad2 for the notepad part of the demo. I've seen Mike Taulty use notepad, in a few of his screencasts. The ability to scale the text up and include red line numbers seems like an easy way to add visual appeal.

    -Josh

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    blowdart

    , JoshRoss wrote

    I like the Notepad2 for the notepad part of the demo. I've seen Mike Taulty use notepad, in a few of his screencasts. The ability to scale the text up and include red line numbers seems like an easy way to add visual appeal.

    -Josh

    Mike's a damn fine presenter. Just don't tell him I said that.

    As for effort in presenting, I know mike rehearses for weeks. When I've done it I find that a new presentation takes about 2-3 weeks for an hour presentation, and then regiving it still takes about 4 hours to refresh yourself. And I'm never happy with the darned things.

     

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    zubairdotnet

    Hey guys, I thought I was lucky that just when I need to watch this video it is available for free for limited time, but I can't find a link to it or may be it is not free anymore?

    Can someone post a link to the video please?

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    Dr Herbie

    @zubairdotnet: Looks like the free-view expired.  To watch it now you would have to create an account and pay for the video. Shame they didn't make it free for longer.

    Herbie

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