Category Archives: torcamp

MyTTC.ca

One of the things that has saved me in my short stint here at Seattle is the fantastic Google Transit service. I don’t have a car, and navigating the bus schedule tables and maps in the unintuitive local transit website … Continue reading

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Democamp Toronto 16

We had Democamp 16 last night at the Toronto Board of Trade, and it was one of the best I’ve been to — thanks to David Crow, Jay Goldman, Joey deVilla, Leila Boujnane, and Greg Wilson for pulling it off … Continue reading

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Democamp 15 and ConceptShare

Democamp 15 took place last Monday (Oct 29) at the Great Hall of the University of Toronto’s Hart House, and I went with high expectations after hearing all that good stuff about the previous Democamp. Sadly, I had to leave … Continue reading

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Missed DemoCamp 14

…due to being stranded in the sister republic of Markham. And the fact that I acted too late to get a ticket. This is sad since it was apparently one of the best DemoCamps so far. Greg Wilson, Lillian Angel, … Continue reading

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Toronto Democamp 13

Last night was Democamp night –the thirteenth in Toronto, to be exact, and a nice improvement over some of the previous iterations. To start, Mike Beltzner (User experience lead from Mozilla) and Betsy Weber (from TechSmith) gave an invited 15-minute … Continue reading

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Toronto DemoCamp 11

On Monday we had the latest iteration of DemoCamp (again at the MaRS facilities) and the last of the year. Turnout is still high, with a healthy dose of newcomers, and although there were quite nice demos, some people seemed … Continue reading

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Because they can – Democamp Toronto 10

If there was a theme in yesterday’s Democamp 10, it was people building stuff just because they could. Most demos were of software that doesn’t really fulfill a need, but their developers felt it would be cool to do it. … Continue reading

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