BarCamp Scotland 2008
Following the success of the first ever BarCamp Scotland last year, the 2008 event will be held in the School of Informatics on Saturday, 2nd of February.
‘BarCamp’ is an open environment of learning, sharing and presenting. Everyone who attends is expected to present or participate. The wider technology community of Scotland is invited. The event will be packed with some of the top developers, designers, entrepreneurs, researchers, students and business people from around Scotland and the UK. This event is sponsored by the School of Informatics and the Edinburgh-Stanford Link.
More information is available on the BarCamp Scotland website.
What is 'BarCamp'?
BarCamp’ is an international network of ‘unconferences’, open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants, focusing on early-stage web applications and related open source technologies and social protocols. The first ‘BarCamp’ was held in Palo Alto, California, from August 19-21, 2005, in the offices of Socialtext. Since then, the ‘BarCamp’ concept has spread across America, Europe and Asia.
Saturday 2 February 2008, 10.00am
Saturday 2 February 2008, 9.00pm
Appleton Tower Concourse, 11 Crichton Street, EH8 9LE