Oct 292012
 
 October 29, 2012  Posted by at 8:02 am Uncategorized Tagged with: ,  Add comments

Today I did my second live-rehearsal for the Öredev session I’ll be doing next week. This time I had an audience that is more representative of the target audience at the conference and I was quite nervous. But it went really well, I got a 7 out of 10, and I’m pretty sure I’ll manage to get a slightly higher score at Öredev as I had some minor technical difficulties and I will have time to run through the session a couple of more times before due-day. I’ve decided to remove quite a few slides, and do it my typical way, lots of props, drawings, stories and videos and music. Sounds fun? Then I hope I will see you there!
I promise, balloons, soap bubbles, wardrobe changes, exercise on stage, a giant questionmark, short movies and stories that will find the way to your heart and mind 🙂 Just like me, it’ll be a crazy but colorful learning experience, because we learn the most when we play! I super excited about next week, and I’ll do my very best to give this conference and the audience, as well as all of the devs that have helped me out with the material for this session (through interviews), what it/hey deserve- one hell of a session!

Iris classon preparing for Öredev

Iris classon preparing for Öredev

Iris classon preparing for Öredev

Iris classon preparing for Öredev

Iris classon preparing for Öredev

  4 Responses to “Preparing for the Öredev session”

  1. These sessions sound thoroughly entertaining! Will they ever be recorded and hosted for those of us who are not in the area?

  2. When will your session be on youtube? (and where is your youtube-channel)

    🙂

  3. […] but there will be plenty of new material If you are curious about the session have a look here: Preparing for the Öredev session and here Looks like I’ll be speaking at Öredev 2012 in Malmö Sweden […]

  4. Good job on your rehearsal for Öredev! (7 out of 10 is great, as lecturing is really quite difficult.) Do you have a speakerdeck/speakermix account with your slides or have you considered posting your slides/lecture online?

    You’re going to do awesome, good luck!

    -Amanda

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