Once again, MITN will be teaming up with DemoCamp Lansing for the tech event of the holidays. DemoCamp 5 will be Thursday, December 19 at 5:30 PM at the Michigan Historical Museum.
DemoCamp Lansing is a community event for developers, designers, marketers, entrepreneurs - everyone is welcome! Programmers, entrepreneurs, and local community members get together to show off cool products, websites, and anything else they've built. The goal is to see new technology, meet other interesting techies, and learn about new and emerging tech. This is actually the fifth annual DemoCamp Lansing and the third year that MITN has joined up with DemoCamp for their holiday party. Plan for a relaxed and casual atmosphere (and plan to have some fun, too!). It will be an awesome event to kick off the end of the year.
This is a collaborative event with many local tech user groups. Several local user groups will also be having their holiday meetings at DemoCamp Lansing… GLUGNet, The Mid-Michigan ColdFusion Users Group, The Michigan Flex Users Group, Hackers & Hustlers, The Michigan Girl Geeks… so it will be quite a party!
When: Thursday, December 19 begins at 5:30 PM
5:30 - 7:00 PM Social Hour, light food, tour the special exhibits at the Michigan Historical Center
7:00 - 7:50pm - Presentation Group 1
7:50 - 8:10pm - Break
8:10 - 9:00pm - Presentation Group 2
9:00 - Close - Social
Where: Michigan Library and Historical Museum - 702 W Kalamazoo St, Lansing, MI 48915
Interested in Speaking?
We are accepting speaker applications! Just register for the event and choose the "Speaker" ticket and you will be prompted with a few questions. Bring it. Show it. Demo it!
What website, software or tools do you love? Did you create a piece of software, website, or a set of scripts? Do you have any hardware hacks? Have technology that you want feedback on?
DemoCamp Lansing is an un-conference style of event. DemoCamp Lansing is a social event where developers, designers, students and entrepreneurs come show cool stuff they have created and have been working on. Come inspire, educate, and entertain the audience.
Demos are limited to 8 minutes - no exceptions. Demos should have a 1 minute introduction, 5 minute demonstration, and 2 minutes for questions. 8 minutes total.
If you're interested in speaking, just register for the event and choose the "Speaker" ticket and you will be prompted with a few questions.