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CNN Money Link-love!

Posted on: June 13, 2006

BarCamp Cape Town got some link love from CNN Money recently, thanks to Chris Messina for pointing it out.

Once again, the point of it all:

“We figured there was much more expertise in the audience than there possibly could be onstage,” says BarCamp co-founder Ryan King. Unconferences break the barrier between the two. Attendees write topics they’re interested in on boards, consolidate the topics, and then break into discussion groups. At traditional conferences, the most productive moments often occur in the corridor between meetings; at unconferences, attendees like to say, it’s all corridor.

If you where still reserving your decision on attending, does this get your attention now? Any brave companies out there that would like to chime in?

See you there 😉

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5 Responses to "CNN Money Link-love!"

BarCampCapeTown, day one…

So, the first ever BarCamp in Cape Town kicked off today. It was very informative so far, with a number of interesting talks:

What they didn’t teach you in CompSci 101, by a gentleman whose name I unfortunately cannot recall now, who, with 17 y…

BarCampCapeTown, day two

So, after yesterday’s great start, today delivered another interesting collection of talks:

Application development with Lotus Notes, by Tania Melnyczuk, who showed us how easy it is to utilise this platform to create dynamic web applications.

[…] I was unfortunately unable to attend on Saturday, but visit Rafiq’s blog for a list of links of posts about Barcamp Cape Town. Thanks must go to Conrad for all his hard work in organising the event! I’m officially tired of writing, I’m retreating to Photoshop. If you were there, leave a comment, if I incorrectly stated something, correct me. […]

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I need an expert on this house to solve my problem. May be that’s you! Taking a look ahead to see you.

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