It's geek show and tell. Eight presenters get 15 minutes to demo their technology in front of a friendly audience. Demos should have roughly a 2 minute introduction, 8 minute demonstration, and 5 minutes for questions. 15 minutes total.
# What's the difference between a DemoCamp & a BarCamp?
* A DemoCamp is a lighter-weight style of un-conference. A DemoCamp last only a few hours on a weekday evening, as opposed to a traditional BarCamp which would usually be a multi-day event and take place on a weekend. As such, they are easier to organize and tend to happen more frequently.
# Who can come?
* Everyone is welcome!
# What are the rules?
* Rule #1 of DemoCamp: Talk about DemoCamp ;)
* Rule #2 of DemoCamp: No powerpoints allowed. Why no .ppt ? Well, do you have working software or don't you?
# Do I have to have a demo?
* Nope! Unlike a BarCamp, you are welcome to come along and give feedback to the people who do (or just watch and absorb if you don't feel like talking).
# What if I do want to demo?
* All presenters should read Tips for presenting at DemoCamp.
# Who decides who gets to demo?
* There are 5 available presentations that are available on a first come, first serve basis. Just edit the wiki page.
# How long is each demo?
* Demos should have roughly a 2 minute introduction, 8 minute demonstration, and 5 minutes for questions. 15 minutes total.
Please sign up here http://www.barcamp.org/DemoCampMiami
The password is c4mp
Official Website: http://www.barcamp.org/DemoCampMiami
Added by adecarvalho on May 9, 2007