Since its beginning, New Stars of Data as well as the DataGrillen Newcomer track tried to enable new speakers to provide them the tools and help needed to build a present their first session. This time, we’re not looking for mentors or new speakers but for seasoned speakers, willing to share their experience and knowledge to help new and old stars to build better presentations.
Our efforts are also supported as part of the Microsoft Azure Data Community Advisory Board’s initiative on Diversity.
Accessibility for the hard of hearing / deaf benefits everyone Video
Accessible Presentation Design Video
Aunt Kathi’s tips for new presenters Video
Breaking the fourth wall – connecting to audiences with your presentations Video
Build effective slide decks in minutes! …Or maybe take your time? Video
Creating a Slide Deck from an Idea Video
Everybody Has a Story to Tell: Developing Your First Presentation Video
How do you do that? Remote Presentations. Video
How to host a successful panel Video
How to pre-record a session Video
How to write an abstract that catches everyone’s attention Video
Panel: New Stars of Data Speaker Experiences Video
Presentation Skills: Citations, References, and Fair Use Video
Here is a preview of some of the presenters that we’ll be adding soon:
A similar initiative is the Speaker Ready Hub on Channel 9 – make sure, to check those out as well!
Want to learn contribute but don’t know which topic?
Potential topics could include but are not limited to :
- creating an abstract
- building a slide deck
- designing session flows
- turning a slide deck into a presentation
- accessible presentations
- inclusive language
- or how to pre-record a session.
Our goal is to build a free content library that’s available to everyone to help them improve their sessions – no matter if it’s their first or 100th, even though we think new speakers will benefit the most.
Contributors will get to choose between a live presentation (which is being recorded), us recording the session with them or them pre-recording the session.
All rights of the content remain with the contributors – you donate us a non-exclusive license of your content for our community effort. Nothing should or would stop you however of course to also self-host your content in addition to that.