Introduction to Service Oriented Architecture


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Interesting talk about SOA. Not that I really needed convincing, but it definitely taught me a couple of things. Thanks.

Interesting topic and very well presented for the first time. I do want to give some pointers to improve you speaking skills.

1) don't look at the screen behind you when you have your slides in front of you
2) keep the talk fluent, you know the topic, so try to discuss it as you would at a bar with a colleague

Keep up the good work!

Liked the talk but I agree with Michelangelo, a little more confidence will make for a better presentation.

A nice presentation on SOA. I would like to see some examples here and there supporting the story you try to tell to visualize what you mean for the audience. For the rest, agreeing with the guys above me.

Hopefully we see you and your presentation around at the conferences soon!

I think during the talk the confidence was building, which was nice to see.
When quesions are answered, you answer the question itself as there are no slides for that so you tend to speak to the person directly and fluently. Try to talk through the presentation the same way as you would normally speak (like Michelangelo says: as you would at a bar).
Next to that I would've loved to see some schematic overview on a kind of best practice / how you would set up a SOA. My experience is that such graphics help to support your message a lot.
For the first time: good job!

It was a nice, rounded introduction to SOA. It was very clear what the advantages to a pragmatic approach to SOA were.

I liked the talk in general but it was perhaps a little bit too abstract. Some nice examples could have been nice :)

Very good first time talk. Include some more real-world examples. For the rest I agree with the rest of the people here that you are the most confident in answering the questions. if you can present your general talk in the same way, you will get 5-stars next time ;)

Thanks so much for the feedback, guys! Really helps!