Yesterday I received feedback from my DDD6 talk on Testing applications with MbUnit. Attendees are asked to leave feedback on the sessions they attended and rate the speaker in four categories; overall, knowledge, presentation and content. My averages for these where:
Some of the comments where:
“Was expecting more Gallio stuff, even just more of an introduction to the concepts.. As it was I already knew a lot of”
“This guys did a great job. Well-prepared, well-executed and full of useful information.”
“Voice projection was an issue at the start, I think this got better as it went on. Some of the content was rushed through, this was probably due to a large subject being tackled in depth in only an hour.”
“The speaker clearly knew his stuff. As a result I will be taking a look at MbUnit. A first time presenter, and I’m sure there were a few nerves – did well. “
On a personal note, I think it went OK – but there was/is definitely room for improvement. Thanks for all the feedback, I will take it into account when doing future talks.