My usual presentation format goes as follows:
- Distribute a list of language-specific and language-agnostic pages in advance, including a few pages I think that language's community might find particularly interesting.
- Give a quick overview of the site description and history.
- Show the URLs I'd distributed on whatever projector or screen is available.
- Go into Q&A.
While some of the URLs change from language to language, there are a few common starting points:
- Java's Language Page
- Tasks Not Implemented in Java
- Java Implementations
- Java Examples needing Attention
- Java Users
- 99 Bottles of Beer
- Animate a Pendulum
- Enforced Immutability
- Function Composition
- HTTP Request
- Luhn test
I'd be more than happy to do a presentation on Rosetta Code on other languages, and to other groups. I've done presentations in front of my local Python and Ruby users groups, in front of the local BarCamp, and in front of the Ann Arbor Perl Monger's group (albeit hosted in Lansing by LiquidWeb). I love talking to people who find Rosetta Code's model interesting, and especially to people who program for the sheer fun of it.
Send me an invite, and if the logistics work out (RC isn't my day-job, so there's time/money complications), I'd be happy to come by. I can take as little as five minutes (if I talk fast, skip the language-specific parts, and skip the Q&A), or I can fill as much time as desired with Q&A, participation walkthroughs and showing people around the site's various nooks and crannies.