I gave a talk on Friday at the firm tech user group about the build/release evolution towards Continuous Delivery. The slides are up under my github presentations project. It was built on top of the Continuous Integration presentation I gave at the Agile Hungary Meetup earlier this year (also on github, Hungarian slides only). Contrary to that one, here I was talking of things I haven't yet accomplished and only am looking forward to do, which worried me a bit - however, declaring this upfront was well received and it didn't pressure me from that point on.
Though I wasn't as good as Tim Fitz (especially lacking the experience) the talk has generated questions and discussion, which was the purpose, so I'm quite happy with how it went.
My only regret is forgetting to record the presentation to review my presentation skills.