The next session of DemoCamp — the Toronto area’s show-and-tell for the software development community — takes place this Monday, October 23rd at the MaRS Centre (101 College Street, right by Queen’s Park subway station) from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., followed by a social at a nearby pub. There’s no admission to attend, and you’re encouraged to ask questions!
The rules of DemoCamp are simple: NO POWERPOINT (or any other slideware)! We want to see working applications or prototypes in action, not marketing spiels! We’re pretty open about what’s demo-able at DemoCamp: desktop software, web applications, embedded software, hardware hacks, hobbyist projects, corporate applications, whatever. As long as you can demonstrate it and be interesting, it’s fair game!
This is the 10th DemoCamp, and it’ll feature the following presentations:
- Online Grading and Code Review, presented by Jennifer Campbell, Sana Tapal and Andrey Petrov
- BrokenTomb.com, the world’s first commercial Smalltalk host
- PBJ-Web 0.1
- The effervescent Sacha Chua presents: Livin’ la Vida Emacs!
If you’ve got something you’d like to demo, there’s one slot available! You can sign up to take this slot over at the wiki page for DemoCamp 10.