3 reasons to attend:
- 5 great demos
- hear what’s going on in the tech community
- meet Calgary’s tech entrepreneurs and influencers
- and a bonus reason . . . win a free pass to Barcamp!
3 reasons to attend:
DemoCampYYC #23 is just 1 week away at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce.
Please plan on attending:
Mark your calendars, DemoCampYYC #23 is coming up on April 24th at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce.
Also, my offer (David) of a free WineCollective package to the first person to commit to doing an Ignite presentation still stands. :)
Lastly if you missed DCC22, there is a complete video summary of the entire event.
|00:26||Tom Short started us off with a kudos. Kudos is an in-house solution to increase employee engagement. No algae was shown.|
|14:35||Lloyed Lobo & Alex Popa showed Startup Gauge which placed them 2nd in Calgary Startup Weekend. Startup Gauge dismisses or validates by having users vote “Cash” or “Crash”. No algae was shown.|
|23:29||Christian Pekeler introduced Daily Child Care Report as a means for child care professionals to help track and communicate to parents how kids experienced their day. No algae was shown.|
|31:59||David Gluzman of BlackSquare with “The one hour experiment” recapped his experience using Drupal to create an internal web application in one hour Ignite presentation. No algae was shown.|
|34:36||Adrian Audet spoke about SFN BioSystems research in photo-bio-reactors for use in natural gas compression stations to reduce CO2 emissions.|
|46:54||Kevin Timms & Steve Bentley demoed QRZap. Using QRZap mobile web technology, QR Spaces facilitate the delivery of a number of different mobile interactions and rich experiences. No algae was shown.|
|55:21||Paul Thorsteinson demoed Anthm. Anthm is currently available for iOS devices, and allows those running the app to democratically control the playlist at a party. (Paul explained the social dynamics of having such a voting system available at an event are quite surprising.) No algae was shown.|
DemoCampCalgary 22 is less than a week away – and we’ve got a some great demos lined up for you! Each demo will be 5 minutes, and we’ll give them the hook if they don’t give us a true demo. Which reminds us . . . this is a good time to talk about DemoCamp rules:
Here’s a few more reasons to attend:
See you at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce @ 6:30 – 2/22/2012.