- In many cases, teachers (project coordinators) were only present when their students presented their projects. They were too busy to watch other people present their stuff.
- Many students took off as soon as their presentation was over. Yeah, that's how one expresses their respect, right?
- One guy... actually, two guys, from a company called (yeah right.. no free advertising for you, assholes!) proved they possess the most advanced skills of creating an ambiguous description of something. Yep, I've never heard anyone speak about anything in such general terms. In the end I asked one of them about a more detailed review of his work; guess what? He couldn't disclose that information because it was the company's internal stuff! So why the hell did you come to the conference then? To waste my time by telling me something that I already knew, or could find out by spending 10 minutes browsing Wikipedia? (in the comfort of my home, with a cup of tea at hand)
- Besides these uber-ambiguous works, there were other types too; one of them is the "I downloaded the program, read the manual, and here is what it can do" type. Mda, I don't think I can find a better way to insult one's intelligence. What's the point of taking an existing technology and simply describing it to us? Aren't conferences supposed to be attended by people who are experienced in the field?
Ai abordat o tema interesanta, insa emotiile te domina. Nu inteleg de ce scrii in engleza – subiectul este foarte local… Know thy audience.
Comment from: natasha [Visitor]
some people are such … er…what’s the word… well, insert something relevant here. A person who writes comments as the one above… ‘thy audience’ would not know their elbow from their arse in any language. If they did, they would not have gone to this ‘conference’. So these comments are directed at those who WOULD understand it, appreciate it, comment on the subject itself and move on, unlike you, who chose to make a smart ass comment and leave. In case you didn’t realize, Alexander Culiuc, being emotion-driven is actually a good thing. That’s how people make changes.
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