Webinar: Developing Your First Presentation

Andy Yun

Published On: April 9, 2018

Categories: Community, Career 0

This past weekend, I presented my session "Everybody Has a Story to Tell: Developing Your First Presentation" at SQLSaturday Madison.

 

Andy Yun speaking at SQLSaturday Madison Andy Yun speaking at SQLSaturday Madison

 

Frankly, I consider this to be a niche session. Everyone wants to learn about execution plans, indexing, and backup tuning, but not so many are interested in giving their first presentation. So if I get a turnout of 10 attendees, that's a packed house in my mind. At SQLSaturday Madison, I wound up with 25!

 

Packed room at SQLSaturday Madison Packed room at SQLSaturday Madison

 

So thank you to everyone who chose to come attend my session. As much as I hope it inspired all of you, all of you inspired me too by choosing to attend!

 

Jes Borland challenging everyone who attended to present next year! Jes Borland challenging everyone who attended to present next year!

 

COMING SOON DIRECTLY TO YOU

Now that I have a few in-person presentations of this session complete, I am pleased to offer it as an online webinar! I will be hosting this webinar on Wednesday, April 18th, at 11:00AM EST:

REGISTER HERE

I'll take you through four phases of session development: creating your idea, developing your subject matter, building your content, and presenting your session. It is my hope that at the conclusion, you'll come away inspired and armed with the necessary knowledge to take those next steps and develop your first presentation.

So if you've ever considered speaking but aren't sure where to start, start by attending my webinar!

Andy Yun is a SentryOne Senior Solutions Engineer and a Microsoft MVP. He has been working with SQL Server for 15 years as both a Database Developer and Administrator. Leveraging knowledge of SQL Server Internals and extensive experience in highly transactional environments, he strives to make T-SQL leaner and meaner. Andy is extremely passionate about passing knowledge onto others, regularly speaking at User Groups, SQL Saturdays, and PASS Summit. Andy is a co-founder of the Chicago SQL Association, co-Chapter Leader of the Chicago Suburban User Group, and part of the Chicago SQL Saturday Organizing Committee.


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