Archive for the ‘ideacamp’ tag.
Are you passionate about some idea, but don’t know enough like-minded people to partner with to give life to the idea? Are you an enthusiast of one domain looking for an someone with skills in another domain to implement a pet project? Do you want smart, energetic people to brainstorm with about how best to […]
These are the quick-n-dirty notes that I took during IdeaCampPune. (Actually, they are my live-tweets of the event.) I’ve tried to include relevant links where I could find them. Generally, I think it went rather well. The organizers had stopped registration after 80 entries (there were a bunch of other people who wanted to get […]
In an earlier article, I wrote about how Pune now has a CIO, who is pushing various initiatives to make Pune the city with the best use of technology for governance. At my request, Dr. Anupam Saraph, the CIO of Pune, has written two articles about this aspect of his work. The first one is […]
IdeaCampPune has been moved to 17th May, and now has a venue – no surprise that Persistent has graciously offered Bhageerath (their office at Senapati Bapat Road) as the venue. For more details see the IdeaCampPune wiki.
When – 17th May 2008 (Updated!) Where – “Aryabhatta”, Persistent, Nal Stop (Up-Updated) BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from attendees. As per the BarCamp rule, there are no spectators, only participants. […]