by Jacob Gutnicki
1. Do not test the equipment prior to presenting.
2. Do not prepare alternate activities just in case the Internet is not functioning.
3. Do not allow your audience to ever ask questions.
4. Do not give refreshments. What do they think? This is not a café!
5. Do not help confused participants. Assume they were not paying attention.
6. No need to verify links. A broken link never hurt anyone.
7. Talk really fast; the faster the better.
8. Hands-on activities are for losers. It’s all about the lecture.
9. Discussions are a waste of time.
10. No preparation required. Real professional developers shoot from the hip.
11. No agenda required. Your participants are perfectly capable of taking notes.
12. No tutorials required. The Internet will take care of this.
13. No follow up required because we all work too hard.
14. No need to worry about varying software versions or computing platforms. After all, it all works the same way; basically.
15. Feedback??? We don’t need any stinking surveys!!!
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