Personally, I'm very fond of spod5, which takes plain pod and converts it into an S5 slideshow, which can easily be displayed through IE or FireFox (press F11 for full-screen/kiosk mode). There are some other S5 modules that also produce these slideshows.
I hacked spod5 a bit to include line numbers, but I keep my presentations simple. The upside of pod/S5 is that you can edit it at the last minute and restyle it easily or run it through babelfish. The downside is that S5 doesn't support any fancy page transitions and that you have to do all the graphics stuff in an external program.
Update: One more kickass thing that xdg's post here reminded me of is that you get font resizing for free with the browser. If the back row complains they can't read your code, just hit CTRL+ and the font will increase, rewrap and hopefully still fit on your slide...
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