Are your presentations harder to follow than spaghetti code? Do your PowerPoint slides look like data dumps? Presenting is similar to writing code – using the wrong structure gives you poor results. Many technical presentations are boring because the speaker doesn’t know the three rules that make a topic interesting to both technical and non-technical audiences. Attend this presentation to: • Hear how to keep your audience’s attention by using the three “cons” • Learn the most effective ways to open and close your presentation • Find out how to make your “big idea” remembered, repeated, and retweeted • Discover effective ways to establish trust and rapport with your audience • Understand how the three-second rule works for PowerPoint slides You’ll see before and after examples of how simple structure and content changes can turn a boring talk into an interesting presentation.