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  • The average rating was 3.96. Apparently nobody got a truly stellar rating.

    So I clearly have some room for improvement. But not a bad starting point given my material, the length, and my lack of experience speaking.

    I can't say I'm really happy with that result, but I'm not overly depressed over it either.

    • At the very least, you got feedback. I never found out anything about my "Logic Programming in Perl" talk. I suspect it wouldn't have been too terribly good as I'm hardly a Damian or Dominus and it was a rather esoteric topic.

  • Don't worry about the comments too much. You'll do better next time. :)

    The harshest comments come from people who have odd expectations that are totally beyond your control. A few people didn't like my Mastering Perl tutorial because it covered the same topics as the book. I'm not sure why they think I would leave stuff out of the book, or why a class of the same title as the book given by the author of the book would be that different.

    Note the you should see two numbers in your evaluation: one for your tal

    • Huh. People on average thought exactly the same of the presentation and of me. But different people thought differently of me and the presentation.

  • 4.4 here, which I'm told is pretty good.

    Only the damianesk keynotes get the really high scores though.

    Comments, on the other hand, weren't very useful, as they didn't really add anything.