I'm a professional software developer and architect for more than two decades. I have done a lot of talks and presentations during the years. All the time, there was this tention between business-oriented and engineering-oriented approach to presentations. The commonly-used presentation techniques are usualy business-oriented. But that thas not work that well for engineering.
Then there are young engineers that often do not get any format training in presentation techniques at all. However, they have a lot to say to the community. It is quite obvious, that they would benefit from a good presentaion guide. Back in 2002, I have created a short presentation guide for our local Linux User Group (SkLUG). The HOWTO was very useful back then. I was quite surprised to realize, that it is still useful, almost two decades later.
Therefore I have decided to update the guide. This somehow got out of control and ended up with (hugely) expanded version. The result is "How To Make Technology Presentations" guide. I hope that this will be useful to a broad technology community.