That caught me by surprise and I do not have any material ready for the talk, which could be a good thing (it's a chance to present fresh contents). I'm taking this opportunity to tune the talk with a small group of people interested in this line of work.
I've set up a trello board with the talk outline and I'll be recording the talk + slides in 10min installments (so let's say 4-5 for a standard 45min talk). More details in the trello board, but I'm interested in your feedback on both the outline and the contents. Both the board and the videos are private, because I like the idea that participants will see something new that hasn't circulated before.
Wanna help? Here is how:
- You need some familiarity with my work on the physics of software.
- While I'm open to criticism on both the work itself and the presentation, I'm looking for feedback on the latter based on the premise that there is some value on the overall idea (otherwise, why do a presentation at all :-).
- You need a little time to look through the contents in trello, watch the videos, tell me what you think. Ideally, sharing feedback on trello will allow others to comment, but private feedback is fine anyway. If you have time to follow the discussion on trello and contribute, you're welcome. I don't expect this to turn into a high-traffic discussion anyway :-).
- It will take some time for me to complete the presentation, record vides, etc. So far I've recorded the most "technical" part, which is about 1/4 of the whole thing. So expect this process to extend for a couple of months.
- Ready? Get in touch via email or twitter to get an invite to the trello board (you will need a trello account, which is free of course). If we never had a chance to talk before (real life, twitter, blog, email, ...) a link to your twitter profile / blog / website / whatever would be highly appreciated.
Thanks for your help!