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Screencasting session at Podcamp Atlanta

Saturday, March 17th, 2007

Phew… the screencasting session is over. Leading an unconference session can be tricky… I got off to a shaky start because I misjudged the audience a bit. I had hoped to skip over most of the intro “what is a screencast” stuff, and concentrate on techniques for making screencasts for smaller devices, but there was a very diverse audience so I had to backtrack to the basics. Luckily 45 min was enough time to cover all the bases, and I think it ended well.

Everyone loved it (of course it’s easier to say that when you’re giving away a $300 software package at the end of the session).

Thanks again to TechSmith for sponsoring the session – people really gobbled up all the swag!

Here is the demo screencast that I made for the session:

Live from Podcamp Atlanta

Saturday, March 17th, 2007

I’m blogging this live from Podcamp Atlanta. Things got off to a good start, Amber did a great job bringing this to fruition and there is quite a crowd. My session on screencasting is in three hours, so I guess I better get started on an outline. :-)

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