Using CSS Preprocessors Effectively
Photo by Horst Gutmann
I recently did a talk on css preprocessors at djangocon.eu. They did a good job at recording it so you can enjoy the talk even if you were not there.
Analyzing the talk
The great thing about having a video is of course that I can analyze my performance. So here are my conclusions:
- Dry mouth management went well except for the very end.
- Except for the little hiccup with the syntax highlighting it went very smoothly.
- I seem to handle the presenter in a very stiff way -> posture.
- I don't sound very enthusiastic, except for when I'm being zynical.
But frankly I am a bit like that in private too.
What I want to improve
I think to two big things to improve would be to make a better case for why you need them (Jonathan Verrecchia did that really well). Also it was a bit boring and 'flat' for the lack of a better word. But I found it really hard to try to find something exciting AND relevant.