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How should i prepare for the topic pls any one help me
Posted 2-Nov-11 6:43am
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Smithers-Jones at 2-Nov-11 13:06pm
   
A bit late to wonder about that now, hmm? I would recommend you to start with your preparations earlier next time.
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Solution 1

Tomorrow? Too late. Have a walk, get a gulp of fresh air. Seriously.
 
—SA
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Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-11 12:12pm
   
I'll have to gv a tlk in astro physics tomorrow.
How many gulps of fresh air need I take?
 
Tx in advnc!Have a five!
SAKryukov at 2-Nov-11 12:28pm
   
Thank you, Manfred.
 
With astrophysics, just fresh air won't be enough. Swim for an hour or more. The colder the water, the better.
 
Good luck,
--SA
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-11 12:13pm
   
'n how far do I have to walk?
SAKryukov at 2-Nov-11 12:30pm
   
Come on, you could have asked all at once. It depends on how well do you know the subject. To some, I would recommend to walk, well... away.
Best,
--SA, the Lecturer
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-11 12:40pm
   
"I would recommend to walk, well... away."
 
Sounds like sound advice to me! Gotta be going now ... ;)
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Solution 2

If you are not prepared, ask them for an extension, say a week or so. If you already understand basic concepts you should be able to prepare for your session in that time frame. If you absolutely need to do this tomorrow, and you already know some ADO.NET but you are not fully confident, then make sure you only talk about stuff you know. Do not try and talk about stuff that you are not fully familiar with, as that can get you booed off stage. I am sorry but that's the best advice I can give you now.
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SAKryukov at 2-Nov-11 12:14pm
   
Poor listeners.
--SA
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-11 12:14pm
   
Good advice. 5+
SAKryukov at 2-Nov-11 12:31pm
   
Generally, yes, my 5, but in this particular case... you know.
--SA
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-11 12:42pm
   
Yeah, well I can't hang around to chat. Still have got a lot of walking, swimming and gulping of air to do.
:-D
syedkhaleel at 3-Nov-11 2:13am
   
thanx for all commnents
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Solution 3

Work your way through Get Started with ASP.NET[^] - you can't copy it, it's too well known, but you will learn a thing or two about how to create your presentation and asp.net.
 
Buy yourself a few of Terry Pratchetts' books[^] just to get in the mood - a certain level of entertainmen value is usually appreciated.
 
Best regards
Espen Harlinn
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SAKryukov at 2-Nov-11 19:19pm
   
Same 5 with the same comment as for Nishant's -- still think my advice is more practical. :-)
--SA
Espen Harlinn at 2-Nov-11 20:54pm
   
Thanks Sergey, you may be right - but that doesn't leave him much hope ...

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