Posts Tagged ‘barcamp’

Camping seems to be the latest rage at the moment. Of course, we’re not talking about outdoor camping (it might be a little cold for that … even during the summer) but the user-generated unconferences. Barcamps, if you’re not familiar with the concept, are conferences without a pre-planned agenda and relies on the participants to give talks or chair discussions on particular topics. These unconferences can be great places to engage with people on similar topics in a format that’s much more accessible than traditional talks with Q&As.

If you’re intrigued as to where to pitch your tent (oh dear, I can hear the pun police sirens) then here are your upcoming choices for the next two weeks: (more…)

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Barcamp Scotland is the annual get-together for people working in tech for the past three years. For those of you that don’t know about the event, the definition of BarCamp is:

BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from attendees.  Programmers, coders, VCs, Angels, investors, marketers, ad people, public service, creatives… all welcome to share and learn from each other. (more…)

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