Bullet to slide ratio

Eric | April 21, 2010

In my opinion, a very simple but effective measurement for the effectiveness of presentation slides is the bullet-to-slide ratio, i.e., the average number of bullets per slide. In my opinion, one should aim for a ratio smaller than 1. I just sat in a presentation with a ratio clearly larger than 7 and it was awful.

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Slides and photos of defense talk

Eric | November 17, 2009

On November 11th I passed my thesis defense in Montreal. Thanks a lot to everybody who congratulated me already! The event was fun, actually. I received many questions by my committee but fortunately I was able to answer all of them.

Here are two photos of the event.

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Nop-shadows analysis in actionLots of people commented on my slides and so I thought that I should put them online. Here is an extended version of the talk, which I presented in Darmstadt. Available for Keynote (25 MB) and as PDF (93 MB – yes I do like using lots of pictures). The slides give information about both the Clara framework and the Nop-Shadows Analysis.

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FSE slides

Eric | November 13, 2008

imageSome people asked me about the slides of my FSE presentation. You can download the slides here. Note that you may need the PowerPoint 2007 player. Feedback  is welcome! ;-)

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