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I responded for my current job, where my only presentations are for
But a couple of jobs ago I was technical writer/software trainer where I
regularly presented (lectures and classes). Several times a year I
presented to 200 - 300 people, and the largest group I presented to was
a crowd of 600.
Since then, I haven't done too many presentations as part of my
full-time job, but on the side have presented. I'm also probably the
reverse of most casual presenters - I'm really nervous before the
presentation, but as soon as I'm on, I enjoy it.
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