This speech is about what it takes to be a good speaker fulfilled with exact tips and tricks. How to maintain audience’s concentration and how to get over of your fear of public speaking.
Back in 1988, Admir was hoping to get Commodore 64 like the rest of the kids on the block, looking forward to be able to play the games with his friends. Instead, he ended up with 80286 PC with monochromatic display, unable to run any of the popular games that required more than 2 colors. It was at that very moment that Admir has decided to learn programming and build more games, as killing Jaffar in Prince of Persia for the millionth time was becoming dull. 29 years later, Admir has 0 built games behind him. Instead, he ended up competing on international Olympiads in physics and informatics, working for Microsoft and becoming one of the most popular regional developer speakers. Admir is currently running startup with his friends and producing courses at prestige online learning company Pluralsight.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx