What is BarCamp
BarCamp is an international network of user-generated conferences primarily focused around technology and the web. They are open, participatory workshop-events, the content of which is provided by participants.
Unlike the typical conferences, BarCamp participants get to share their ideas, skills, and knowledge, as well as to vote for the talks and workshops they would like to join.
That means, the speaker lineup is generated by everyone who comes (including you) and not by the organiser.
This year, the themes will be technology, programming, and entrepreneurship. We can't wait to see what everyone will share and learn during this BarCamp!
What can we talk about in BarCamp?
Speakers are encouraged to conduct sessions that are related to technology, programming, entrepreneurship (coz we are in Cyberjaya and in university right?). But, you can also talk about any other topic that you like, as long as there are participants vote on it.
Speakers should refrain from touching on sensitive topics such as politics and religions.
How many tracks are there, and how long is each session?
There will be 5 simultaneous tracks. Each session will be roughly 45 minutes long.
What equipments are there at the venues and what do I need to bring?
Each MMU FCI classroom is equipped with:
WiFi Access Point
Whiteboard and markers
If your device (such as MacBook or iPads) does not have VGA output, please bring your own VGA adapter.
There will be free Halal lunch provided. Also, if you signed up as vegan, we will do our best to make it easy for you.
We are still looking for sponsors to make this event possible. If you would like to sponsor, let us know!