Talk Checklist

There’s a new page on this site, the Talk Checklist. It’s just that: A checklist to go through when preparing a talk for meetups or conferences. It also includes a few bullets that could help with creating the outline for the talk and the actual execution.

As the page itself also says: This is a checklist I started 2011 to use whenever I prepare a talk, and to update after I learned something new. If you have ideas for further improvements, let me know. Just keep in mind that it should be kept as a checklist, details must live elsewhere.

I’ve published that now to contribute something to As a meetup-co-organizer I’m generally looking for speakers, and that site has plenty of information that hopefully encourages more people to get involved at meetups and conferences.