About the Book
If you read this — you want to make your next presentation using LaTeX. Or maybe you already tried to do that, but it was a painful experience. Odd-looking slides from the 90s with unwanted elements and mysterious errors during attempts to adjust something you need? Or probably you've heard about LaTeX, but it looks too old-school and scary tool?
Whatever answer you give — this guide is for you. LaTeX is an awesome piece of software, but its usage can be hard. Can be, but shouldn't! That's what this guide is for, and that's what you'll learn:
- how to make your slides looking exactly how you want and customize their style in one single step;
- how to attract the attention of your audience using modern fonts and effects;
- how to work with code snippets, complicated math, and vector graphics;
- and more.
No long theory, no ancient design — only real-world examples and complete recipes that work.
Bonus: Denis shares his top practical tips for designing the presentation that doesn't suck.
About the Author
Denis is a passionate software engineer, public speaker, author. He has been coding since 2005, moved to a magical world of functional programming in 2014. His technical talks (mostly in Russian) can be found here.