DemoCamp continues to evolve. It is first and foremost a social opportunity for entrepreneurial designers and developers to come together and share what they’ve been working on. The number of tickets for DemoCamp Toronto 20 are limited.
The great news is that if you didn’t get a ticket there are other events happening in Toronto at the same time.
If you are a PR/social media professional and you want to learn about producing great video that people will want to watch and share, you should check out Third Tuesday Toronto featuring Amber MacArthur. Refresh Events latest event featuring Dré Labre talking about “what happens when subculture becomes pop culture? What small thing is going to become the next big thing?”. We need to celebrate the great work that others are doing to put together social events in Toronto.
- Top secret reveal
Mike McDerment, FreshBooks
- The radical Twitter Radio Tuner for your iPhone
Martin Dufort, WhereCloud, Inc.
- 3D First Person Shooter Gamer In Only Flash
- digiTweet: Windows Twitter Client
Mano Kulasingam, DigiFlare
- Democratizing the Online Ticketing Industry….Finally!
Adil Dhalla, Ticket Trunk
- Get fast, honest feedback from people you trust
David Priemer, Rypple
- Building and Engaging with Communities in Real-Time
Ilya Grigorik, AideRSS/Postrank
- WineAlign Canada’s Dominant Wine Site
Brian McCaw, WineAlign
- The Legend of Zealot Anarchist Robot
- Startups: how to get press!
Ali Asaria, Well.ca
- Backfed – Distributed Micro-Patronage
Josh Newman, Backfed
Being a Lonely Freelancer in Toronto is Yesterday’s News
DemoCamp Toronto 20 wouldn’t happen if it wasn’t for the generous support of the community members and our sponsors.
- Hyndman | Law – A Technology Law Practice by Rob Hyndman
- Ontario Centres of Excellence by John MacRitchie
- GrowthWorks Capital by Roger Chabra
- Grossman Dorland & Associates Recruitment by Bruce Dorland
And our individual sponsors include: