What is a DemoCamp?
A DemoCamp is an unconference style of event, in which participants provide the meeting content. Generally this content consists of a demo of the participant's project. Meetings last for 2 or 3 hours, or as long as all the crowd remains for socializing, networking, hanging out, job hunting, recruiting, chatting, drinking, eating, etc.
There are a few rules at DemoCamps...
- Rule #1 of DemoCamp: Talk about DemoCamp
- Rule #2 of DemoCamp: No powerpoints allowed. Why no .ppt ? Well, do you have working software or don’t you?
See the DemoCamp DIY page for more information on how these events operate.
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