7 Tips for Creating Technical Content on The Open Source Show

I’m in a video with the rad Christina Warren!

In this video we walk about 7 tips for creating technical content in a kind of rapid fire back and forth of ideas. Recording this was great, as the way we did it presented us with a chance to put these ideas together like this. Being that both of us have presented and helped people out presenting a few more times then we’ve been able to keep a count of, the crew leading this endeavor basically said, “start brainstorming” as if the show is live. We did that, and it worked rather well. Then the artists, animators, and crew went to work splicing and dicing the video into this watchable format! Lotsa fun, enjoy.

For each of these I’ve elaborated on in the past.

Those 7 Tips for Creating Technical Content

  1. Always be learning!
  2. Know your audience.
  3. Bring ALL the connectors.
  4. Backup, backup, backup your presentations.
  5. Write continuously, regularly, and tell yourself a story.
  6. Try tutorials on a fresh machine.
  7. Observe how people create and present content.

Even more details on all these in the future.

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Doing a Video Show, Killing Podcasts, Lighting Fires, Code, More Code, New Technology and Making Things Happen!

Video Production is starting soon on a new hard core coder & tech video show. Done on the nitty gritty. It’s going to be about purely tech, code, more code, testing, coding, entrepreneurship in technology (not in general) and more of the hard core, nitty gritty, total hands down low down on the technology sector and technology scene. We’ll be diving into everything from enterprise technology to startup technology, who’s innovating and who’s stagnating, who’s kicking ass and who is enjoying the ride.

What I’d love from you, dear reader, is help with this question. What kind of content would you like?