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I'm talking about my big presentation of course
About 40 people showed up for the food and drinks and found themselves trapped when my presentation started
I talked for about 2 x 45 minutes (more or less perfectly timed) about Azure, DevOps, containers, Functions, and Cosmos DB.
The demos went well, save for a few longer-than-usual loading times in Azure.
People asked questions and I was able to answer them.
And thanks to modern medicine I had no nerves whatsoever (people were even amazed I looked to relaxed ).
People told me they liked it and they learned from it.
And thanks to modern medicine I had no nerves whatsoever (people were even amazed I looked to relaxed )
Then rely on the experience to reduces nerves... not pharma. Dependencies can be damned fast.
On the rest... Congratulations. Glad it all went fine.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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My first presentation at a new company was supposed to be for 4-5 people. I printed off eight copies of the hand-out, just in case a couple of extras showed up. I opened the door to see a total of 40+ people eagerly awaiting my presentation! It was in a large conference room but there was still standing room only!
I sent my boss off to find a photocopier. This was before the internet, we still did this kind of thing on paper.
It went well - I was asked to do it again as many people couldn't make the first one. Another 40+ attendees for that time but at least I had enough copies of the hand-out.
- I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.
With automation disrupting centuries-old industries, the professional must reshape and expand their service to add value. Failure is a mindset. It is those who empower themselves with technology who will thrive.
Merger is a new film about the future of work, from cult director/designer Keiichi Matsuda (HYPER-REALITY). Set against the backdrop of AI-run corporations, a tele-operator finds herself caught between virtual and physical reality, human and machine. As she fights for her economic survival, she finds herself immersed in the cult of productivity, in search of the ultimate interface. This short film documents her last 4 minutes on earth.
Starring Sarah Winter
View here all yee --- https://vimeo.com/302028562
"Progress doesn't come from early risers – progress is made by lazy men looking for easier ways to do things." Lazarus Long
If you liked Existenz you might enjoy a Polish/Japanese film called Avalon.
If you do watch it be sure to watch the undubbed version in Polish with English subtitles - films dubbed into English tend to lose a lot in the dubbing.
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