That’s right — DemoCamp, the gathering of the bright lights of Toronto’s tech community takes place in a couple of weeks! Here are the details:
- When: Monday, February 25th, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Doors typically open around 5 – 5:30)
- Where: Toronto Board of Trade, 1 First Canadian Place (King and Bay), Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Niceties include: Free food and a cash bar
- Cost: Free, but you have to sign up, and there’s also the option of making a donation (see below)
- After-party: After the presentations, we’ll adjourn to the nearby Duke of Westminster (77 Adelaide Street West)
I’ll go into more detail about DemoCamp in a later posting, but in the meantime, here are some handy links to get you started:
- We use this Eventbrite page for sign-ups. You need to sign up to attend, and there are three sign-up options:
- You can “purchase” a free ticket, which as the name implies, means that it costs nothing
- You can purchase a Community Supporter ticket for $5
- You can purchase a Community All-Star ticket for $10 (I bought one just now)
- You’ll find more details about the event at the DemoCamp 17 page on the BarCamp wiki.
- If you want to do a demo or Ignite presentation at DemoCamp 17, sign up here.
- DemoCamp sells sponsorships! Sponsorship means prominent placement of your logo during the opening comments, and a representative from your company or organization gets 2 minutes at the podium. Sponsorships go for a mere $200 — contact Jay Goldman for details.
As I wrote earlier, I’ll post more details later.