A presentation on popular Open Source applications in Windows given to The Northwest Florida User Group during their annual conference on February 2014.
These presentations are givien in small conference rooms holding about 20 to 30 people. My experience with these types of talks validated Murphy’s law. I decided to record the entire set of demos, significantly reducing the possibilities of what could go wrong. It was easy to pause the presentation to field questions from the audience. The recording was about 46 minutes for a one hour time slot. One advantage of presenting in this way is the ability to limit the number of questions in order to show the complete recording. I spent over 100 hours on the entire project.