DevCamp Toronto by Make Web Not War
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
Get ready for DevCamp in your city!!!
In a crazy idea of mixing BarCamp, conferences, TED style and communities mixer, we are excited to invite you to our inaugural DevCamp series presented by Make Web Not War that will take place in 3 cities: Toronto (October 25th), Vancouver (November 15th),and Montréal (November 29th )
What is DevCamp?
Like I said DevCamp is a mix of all the things you love from different events:
- The less formal environment that we all love from BarCamp events
- The good content and awesome speakers we have in conferences
- The quick and right-to-the-point innovative and exciting talks we saw at TED or TEDx.
- The power to meet other technology enthusiasts and the pleasure to network in a
We're in rooms McKennit 5,6,7
What the evening will look like?
6:30pm to 7:00pm Registration, Beverages and Appetizers
7:00pm to 7:10pm Intro
7:10pm to 10pm Get dirty (TED style talks + break)
10pm Raffle for an awesome prize. Its a very popular Microsoft product, hint hint! You must be a fan of Make Web Not War on Facebook and be following @webnotwar on Twitter to be eligible for the contest!
10:00pm Mixing and mingling at a local bar. One free drink courtesy of Microsoft.
|Mark Arteaga||The Current State of the Mobile Landscape|
|Kowsheek Mahmood||Care: Building a Cloud-based Solution for Non-Profit Organizations
|Nik Garkusha||Open Data and Open Gov|
|Joel Perras||Personal & Community Interoperability in Technology|
|Sam Mithani and Michael Yokota||Mix and Matching Open Source and Proprietary Technology|
|Thomas A. Moreau||What is Relational Division and Why Should You Care?”|
|Fred Harper||What the hell is Microsoft doing?|
|Joey Coleman||Open Hamilton and Open Data|
Also happening later this week is the very awesome Free Software and Open Source Symposium. The 10th annual Free Software and Open Source Symposium provides a venue to share the latest trends in open source. It is an event aimed at bringing together industry, developers, educators and the community and any other interested parties to discuss open source, open web, and academic/industry partnerships. Don't miss it!