BarCamp Boston is an unconference, organized on the fly by attendees, for attendees. Visit the website and wiki at BarCampBoston.org.
There is no registration fee, but you don't just attend a BarCamp -- you can participate in discussions, host a session of your own, or join in another cooperative event.
Topics may include: technology, marketing, cooking, startups, sci-fi, social media, gadgets, communities, design, hardware hacking, UI design, entrepreneurship, AJAX, open source software, art, robotics, mobile computing, bioinformatics, RSS, social software, programming languages, the future of technology, and much, much more!
Join us the weekend of April 17-18, 2010 at the MIT Stata Center. Doors open each day at 9am for registration and breakfast. Thanks to our sponsors, complimentary pizza and soda are available for lunch each day. BarCampBoston runs until 5pm with evening activities to be determined.
BarCampBoston is run by and for participants. Your donation helps cover venue costs, pay for meals, etc.
We would like to thank the following registrants for their generous contributions:
Stefano J. Attardi
Michael De La Maza
John M Eckman
John Paul Lewicke
Christian St. Cyr
( This list was last updated on April 15, 2010 at 11:49pm EDT. It will update periodically until the conference opens )
If you prefer not to make a contribution online, you can also donate in person at the event.
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