not a typical question - I have been invited to join a group of developers in my new company, and of course, they are very surprised to find out that some "still" uses Fortran.
Does anyone have a short presentation that I can use (or a link to one) to show Modern Fortran off to them?
I assume, as typical, that the only Fortran they know about is F77!
You may already be award of the fortran-lang.org site and community, but just in case, here are some useful resources: https://fortran-lang.org/learn/ . Those include tutorials on modern Fortran, best practices, books and course materials (including some with slides).
A nice little set of handouts as PDF.
Damian Rouson is an excellent presenter of modern Fortran features. You could watch his presentations on modern Fortran on youtube or download them where you find them on the web, or the best, just reach out to him to share his slides and insight with you.
Here is very kind and highly enthousiastic about Fortran.
His website: https://www.sourceryinstitute.org/