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DemoCamp Ottawa 10

Ladies and Gents, we’ve hit double digits! Congrats to Ottawa!

Ian Graham of The Code Factory posted on his blog yesterday that the 10th edition of DemoCamp is being held on Monday, the 29th of this month. Sign Up Here.

DemoCamp is one of the most exciting grass-roots tech events that happens in this city. There will be 6 short presentations from local groups that are presenting new and exciting technology that the’ve been working on.

Here are the presentations:

  1. Sixent – multi-profile social networking platform for sharing your life differently online
  2. FixIt Ottawa – upcoming local problem reporting tool
  3. Thinteknix – Communication / Computing solutions for SMB
  4. GiftMyList – A private gift exchange
  5. Chide.it – Will be showing two products: fluidSurveys.com and ReviewRoom
  6. Gazaro – Find the biggest sales!

Here is the location information:

  • Date: Monday, September 29, 2008 from 6pm to 9pm
  • Location: The Velvet Room 62 1/2 York Street
  • Format for 6 demos: 2 minute introduction, 8 minute demo, 5 minutes for Q&A and discussion

If you’ve been at a DemoCamp before, you know how amazing they are. If you haven’t been to a DemoCamp before, you’re in for a treat! See you there :-)

Here is the sign up link again: DemoCampOttawa10.

By Aydin Mirzaee

Students and Startups Summary

The Code Factory and Carleton University put together a great event called Students and Startups this past Tuesday.

Here is a summary…

To start off, we had opening remarks from Luc Lalande, Toni Baillati, and Manu Sharma. Afterwards, all the Startups were put to one side of the room and all the students were put on the other side. The students all gave a 30 second pitch describing their ideal job. The startups then talked about themselves and who their ideal team members would be… This intro really set the pace for the event.

Ian Graham then initiated a very cool Startup Jeopardy where students and startups in teams competed against each other. A game of Survivor pursued afterwards. All in all, it was a very fun evening. Congratulations to Ottawa for displaying this creativity and initiative! :-)

By Aydin Mirzaee