DCT#21 – The Schedule

First a huge thank you to Mike Lee  & Bonnie Schnurr and the team at Rogers Communications, Inc. DemoCamp Toronto # 21 is taking place at the Velma Rogers Theatre at 333 Bloor St E, Toronto, ON, and this venue would not have  without their sponsorship and support.

DemoCamp Toronto # 21 is completely sold out. If you have a ticket and are not able to attend, please send me an email and I will free up the tickets and refund your money.

Jon Udell is joining us for DemoCamp. For those of you that don’t know Jon, he’s a big part of the reason I decided to join Microsoft. Jon wrote about his decision back in 2006 and going to work for Jeff Sandquist (co-incidently Jeff is a Canadian, we’re taking over the world). Big thanks to Greg Wilson for inviting Jon to participate in his Science 2.0 event, we’re really lucky to have Jon join us and present at DemoCamp.   Jon will be opening the night, and sharing stuff that interests him and will change the world.

The Schedule

  • You can’t pick your neighbours, but you can pick your neighbourhood!
    Saul Colt, Zoocasa
    Zoocasa is a new way to search for homes in Canada. For the first time a site allows people to get search results based on what actually goes into their decision process when home shopping. Things like neighbourhoods, schools, shops and services.
  • ArtAnywhere : Where Lost artwork meets Empty walls
    Christine Renaud, ArtAnywhere
    ArtAnywhere allows artists to showcase their artwork online and to rent or sell it to businesses and individuals. We are launching the application in Montreal on September 26, in Toronto and New York in October 2009.
  • Bringing Social Media to Contractors
    Brian Sharwood, HomeStars

    HomeStars is a social media website for contractors. It’s how they communicate with their clients, generate reviews, generate leads, and create ‘whuffie’.  Home improvement guys (and gals) are not particularly tech savvy. We provide a platform for them to communicate with their clients, who provide them feedback and reviews.
  • Create a BlackBerry/iPhone Mobile App in 5 Minutes
    Alan Lysne,
    Cascada Mobile
    Cascada Mobile Breeze enables anyone with Web 2.0 skills to create and distribute mobile apps for over 300 different phones including iPhone, BlackBerry and Android.  Write with HTML/JavaScript/CSS, get apps that can be sold in the app stores.
  • Stories Told Together – Introducing Social Cards
    Shaun, MacDonald,
    For sophisticated social networkers, Mashup Arts is the social card company that delivers the most personalized, collaborative and media-rich card creation platform. We have raised $ 1.6 million in angel funding, and are ready to launch our product.
  • WeGoWeGo.com: semantic search for city events
    Dan Wood,
    WeGoWeGo.com is a new city search and social network site focusing on nightlife, events and tourism in Toronto. With 20 million visitors each year spending $4.5 billion dollars, Toronto’s international cuisine, cultural events and thriving nightlife just keep getting better.
  • Guestlist – online event management
    Ben Vinegar,
    Guestlist is an online event management application, with a focus on user experience, design, and simplicity. It lets event organizers sell tickets online via gorgeous looking event pages, which are built using an intuitive WYSIWYG editor. Guestlist is “getting real” applied to event management — we’ve built a simple solution by providing what 80% of event organizers need, and forgetting the rest.
  • guiGoog: Advanced Visual Power Search
    Jason Roks,
    The iconic search tool. Results matter.

Announcements, Job Postings, etc.

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15 thoughts on “DCT#21 – The Schedule

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  6. Josh Sookman

    The event turned out to be excellent. Big thanks to all the guys and gals at DemoCamp who made it all happen behind the scenes. Another big thanks to all the entrepreneurs who pitched; there were some great demos.

  7. Josh Sookman

    The event turned out to be excellent. Big thanks to all the guys and gals at DemoCamp who made it all happen behind the scenes. Another big thanks to all the entrepreneurs who pitched; there were some great demos.

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