I opened my inbox Wednesday morning to find the evaluation results for my presentation on Transactional Replication at the 2009 PASS Summit. Here's the summary of the 31 evals that were returned:
How would you rate the usefulness of the session information in your day-to-day environment?
How would you rate the Speaker's presentation skills?
How would you rate the Speaker's knowledge of the subject?
How would you rate the accuracy of the session title, description, and experience level to the actual session?
How would you rate the amount of time allocated to cover the topic/session?
How would you rate the quality of the presentation materials?
I received one comment which was simply "Beyond the basics?" I can only guess that this person thought I was going to go a bit deeper than I did.
In any case, I'm really pleased with the results. I think these are really good numbers, but I'd also like to know how I fared against the other DBA sessions and where I fit into the big picture of all sessions. Regardless, I'd love to be given the chance to present again at the 2010 PASS Summit.