The moment I have been waiting for from a long time. I am extremely happy to share with you that my second Pluralsight course is now published and no, it’s not related to SQL Server. This course is on a topic that is somehow very close to me and one that I really take very seriously – presentation design. What I have did and what you can expect from the course is to learn 10 fundamental, but game-changing principles that will raise the quality of your presentations to another level. I hope that with this course I will be able to change the minds(for good, of course) of many, many people who continue to think and claim that presentation design is not important and “it’s the content that’s important”. I have always disagreed and I will continue to disagree with this. Design is important and has always been and I hope that speakers, trainers, people that are doing their first steps in public speaking or are considering going in that direction will spend one hour and a half and watch this course. I just believe and know that it will help them in the same way it helped me…
Before putting the full stop of this blog post, however, I want to say a huge thank you to three very important people who helped me a lot:
- Viktor Samokishev – a SQL Server professional and a colleague of mine who helped me deliver this course with a really great audio quality
- Edwin Sarmiento(t|b) and David Peter Hansen(t|b) – two SQL Server MCMs who allowed me to show just some of their incredible designs as part of the course
- Joanna Beer – my Pluralsight mentor and editor who was helping me all along the way with feedback, advices and some very advanced video editing tips.
I am leaving you here. All the best in the upcoming 2015 and I hope you will be able to see the course. Would love to discuss it with you!