Make the moves more realistic.
Timing is crucial.
Bad feelings were lingering: how did this all happen? I normally pay much attention in closing loops, how did I miss all these?
The second part of tips for a good presentation. If you missed the first part of this article, view it here :)
Emailing is an essential communication tool. Dealing with hundreds of emails per day is hard to imagine, but it’s a true story for Computer Science people and, I believe, for some other majors, too. Emails become much more important when we are doing a project. Project Managers (PMs), I believe, should be the ones who pay attention to writing good emails, as they need to make sure the team get their messages right in a very short time.
During one of my Android project development course, our professor gave us great feedback each team’s presentation. His professor’s feedback/notes was excellent and would be a great note to improve our presentation in the future.