TikZ workshop: the slides
Yesterday I gave the TikZ workshop announced in the previous post. I liked it, I hope the same applies to the people in the audience. It certainly wasn't intended as a thorough introduction to the intricacies of the TikZ syntax, more a "learn to use these resources", a show-off of what is possible, and a freewheeling through some examples allowing me to explain some of the important things in creating TikZ / pgfplots figures.
As promised: the slides (and the non-handout version). For those who are interested in the actual source code required to produce these slides: I have put the code on GitHub. LuaLaTeX is required.