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  • An unfashionable or socially inept person.
  • A person with an eccentric devotion to a particular interest: “a computer geek”.

Not long ago, being a geek…or the intellectual computer and technology enthusiast…meant being the undesirable people amongst peers. But then all of a sudden being a ‘geek’ became cool. The world started embracing geek culture.

Discover how to become a more visual and engaging presenter with the help of Dirk. You’ll be a super hot presenter in next to no time!Developer Press has embraced it too with one their latest publications: ‘Presenting for Geeks’ by Dirk Haun.

 Check out the book here!


“A presentation is not about the content or about you – it’s about your audience. Your job as a presenter is to take your audience to a place where they know 

about your topic, understand it and act on it. This book will show you how to achieve this.”


One comment on “GEEK!

  1. Madelaine
    May 9, 2013

    Excellent way of explaining, and nice post to take
    data concerning my presentation focus, which i am going to
    present in academy.

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