Interview - a Dancer in London:)
Smylers at stripey.com
Wed Jun 25 16:09:19 BST 2014
Tom Hukins writes:
> There's only one part that worries me:
> Is there any chance you'll give a presentation at the next LPW?
> Possibly, but I don't feel I've got to that level yet!
> ... the most interesting technical meetings cover a range of topics
> from a variety of speakers. ... I encourage you to offer those talks.
I wholeheartedly agree with Tom: you can give a good talk at any level.
If you're wondering who would be interested in a talk you could give,
how about ‘you, a year ago’? Well there's a good chance that there are
others who are now in the position you were a year ago.
So whatever you've learnt in the past year or so would likely make a
good talk for somebody. That's true even if you've been doing things at
a basic level, or mostly seem to've picked up a bunch of experience in
how not to do something.
Girls don't wear their shoes out, and boys don't care about style?
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