It looks like Brydon and the gang in Guelph is kicking asses and taking names. They are hosting their fifteenth DemoCamp. This is fantastic. The line up is great. You can hear one of Canada’s most relentless Internet CEO’s, Mike McDerment, talk about his experiences in building FreshBooks. (Make sure that you check out the redesigned DemoCampGuelph web presence).
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.