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SQLSaturday #17 - Baton Rouge Session Evaluations

I guess I did a good job, with all 3s and 4s in my eval (meaning good and great) for the presentation. That was good as I struggled with a projector that cut off my slides (something to be aware of for next time.

In terms of the presentation, here were the items:

 

Poor

Average

Good

Excellent

Session overall:

 

 

 

 

How easy was the Session to understand?

 

 

2

16

Was the content suited to your requirements?

 

 

3

15

Were the topics covered in sufficient detail?

 

 

2

17

Would you recommend this Session to others?

 

 

1

18

Overall rating of the Session?

 

 

1

13

 

 

Poor

Average

Good

Excellent

Instructor:

 

 

 

 

Ability to provide real world experience?

 

 

1

18

Ability to respond appropriately to questions?

 

 

1

12

How well prepared was the instructor?

 

 

3

16

Knowledge of subject matter?

 

 

1

18

Presentation abilities?

 

 

1

17

Overall rating of instructor?

 

 

1

18

The suggestions I got were good, and I had a few that I need to address in the next presentation:

  • find examples of people with lower profiles.
  • Talk about more differentiation of personal and private profiles
  • More on the physical resume
  • Talk about privacy items

I'll work on those, and hopefully address some in October when I give this one again.

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