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'''DemoCamp 1'''<br>
'''DemoCamp 1'''<br>
February 2007
February 26th, 2007<br>
Time & Date TBA
[http://www.enspire.com Enspire Learning] offices<br>
6:30pm - 8:30pm - drinks after at [http://www.dogandduckpub.com Dog & Duck]
'''Presenting Companies'''<br>
'''Presenting Companies'''<br>

Revision as of 11:52, 12 January 2007


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The Rules of DemoCamp
Rule #1 of DemoCamp: Talk about DemoCamp
Rule #2 of DemoCamp: No powerpoints allowed

No PowerPoint!
This is mandatory. You must show working software or a product. The goal is to make presenters show, demonstrate, talk about their actual software/hardware/etc. We’re not looking for sales presentations. We want developers, CEOs, designers and others to have a forum to be proud of their work and share it with their peers.

DemoCamp format
5 presentations - 20 min each (3 minutes for setup, 10-12 minute presentation, 5 minutes for questions)
Event should last about 1.5 hours plus however long the crowd remains for socializing, networking, hanging out, job hunting, recruiting, chatting, drinking, eating, etc.

DemoCamp 1
February 26th, 2007
Enspire Learning offices
6:30pm - 8:30pm - drinks after at Dog & Duck

Presenting Companies
1. Michael Wilson - Small World Labs | Online social networking software
2. Dylan Schleppe - RedLightGreenLight | Collaborative rating system
3. Miles Sims - innerTee | Social networking powered custom t-shirts
4. Mark Smith - Mikons | personal icon tagging community
5. Steve Testone - SnapPages | online lifestyle management suite

Email Miles Sims for more information on how to signup to present at the first Democamp