Public speaking with Scott Hanselman, Kendra Havens, Maria Naggaga Nakanwagi, Kasey Uhlenhuth, and Donovan Brown

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Today we had Scott Hanselman, Kendra Havens, Maria Naggaga Nakanwagi, Kasey Uhlenhuth, and Donovan Brown in the studio and on Skype to talk about the challenges and rewards of speaking publicly.

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Scott Hanselman: @shanselman, hanselman.com

Kendra Havens: @gotheap

Maria Naggaga Nakanwagi: @ladynaggaga

Kasey Uhlenhuth: @kuhlenhuth

Donovan Brown: @donovanbrownDonovanBrown.com

Note: Mitch Muenster (@MobileRez) was scheduled to be on today's show (and came up with the idea for the episode), but technical difficulties on our side prevented us from adding him to the show in time. We apologize for that, and will have Mitch again on a future show. You can also check out his previous appearance on the show: https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/On-NET/Mitch-Muenster-Being-a-dev-with-autism.

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    Jason Palmer

    Really interesting stuff, mank thanks.

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    hashhar

    Thanks a lot for this. This couldn't have come at a better time for me personally.

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    MichaelEP

    Thanks for this. I have just begun to do presentations to local meetups and there was some very useful information that I can learn from.

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    srkrathore

    Really nice and informative Video, Thanks Everyone in the panel.

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    Mustafa

    Very interesting and informative. Many Thanks!!!

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    VSC

    As an introvert, I've usually found stage presentation alright. The flow is mainly one way (presenter to audience). That's unlike round table meetings, where constantly shifting attention amongst all the participants, without any established norm for taking turns.. is almost instantaneous (think gigantic waterfall for introverts) energy drain.

    My tip: For social events, where hanging out for selfies with others is the norm now, whereas more extroverted presenters charge up with selfies, then come to present on stage (think closing bottom line), I try spending energy first on presentation (think keynote).

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    gorestreetg​uerty

    thank god I found this I was getting panic att.

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    gorestreetg​uerty

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    thank god I found this I was getting panic attic's  

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    MalachiB

    I largely agree that filler words "um", "like", "so" etc. should be eliminated in favor of something less meandering, like a pause.  I want to point out though that many people, especially engineers, that I interact with - when I DO pause, they take this as a cue that it's OK for them to being speaking and interrupt my thought.  So, I believe the (bad) habit is also gently reinforced by that phenomena.  

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    Scott Fetzer

    Channel 9 is very informative and intuitive

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    GaryStewart

    @gorestreetguerty: I'm not really sure if anyone understands what you are asking. If you are referring to public speaking, take a deep breath, think about what you are going to say, and don't panic.

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    jvs_ca

    Very interesting presentation, thank you all for your input and tips.

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    Ian Lee

    Good stuff. Kasey, as a Tennessean I think you're the only one at Microsoft that speaks good English. ;)

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    Hsushenon

    Good stuff, thanks for sharing, very educational. Scott as always is great.

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