Recap: DemoCamp Edmonton 40 - Blog
Edmonton's 40th DemoCamp took place at the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences (CCIS) on the University of Alberta campus on Wednesday, March 14. The event marked 10 years since Edmonton's first DemoCamp which took place back on March 26, 2008. Here's what I wrote in my recap of that event: I counted about sixty people at one point, with some standing along the back walls. It's great to see the community growing like this in Edmonton, and I have no doubt that the next DemoCamp will be even better! To celebrate ten years of DemoCamp, the 40th edition included some demos from past years, for a sort of "where are they now"-style demo. There was also a nice round of applause for Cam Linke, who started DemoCamp here in Edmonton despite others saying it would never succeed. In order of appearance, the demos were: BritBot by Kory Mathewson GottaStyle by David Lord Drivewyze by Sean Feehan Yardly from Terry Song Elsi from Jerry ScopeAR from Adam and Tony Frettable from Greg