PRESENTING: As long as we learn from our mistakes…

Posted on April 25, 2007. Filed under: Visual FoxPro |

Thanks to Pete Huish for sending this little gem to me. Yes, we’ve all sat through these kinds of presentations – in fact some of the examples here are so bad I was wondering if they had been staged… but very funny all the same.

http://blogs.msdn.com/mikehall/archive/2007/04/24/medc-2007-how-not-to-present.aspx

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One Response to “PRESENTING: As long as we learn from our mistakes…”

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They are funny… and they have definitely been staged. All seem to be in the same presentation room plus the clincher was the term “flux capacitor” … look that phrase up on wikipedia and see what it is 🙂

still I have sat through real life presentations that weren’t much better… acronym soup is not that unusual.


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