BarCamp Portland: The Weekend that was

BarCampPortland 2008Another (dare I say “wildly successful”?) BarCamp Portland is in the books, thanks to the efforts of the Legion of Tech, the hosts, the sponsors, and—of course—the attendees and session leaders.

I could easily prattle on for pages about the wide range of interesting topics, the community building and strengthening, the learning opportunities both inside sessions and out, and the general just, well, geeky fun of the whole thing.

But, I always find roundups to be the best way to provide the most coherent and well-rounded picture of these kinds of events. There’s no possible way of covering the entire thing from one perspective, so only many perspectives will do.

That’s what I’ve seen so far.

No doubt, many people are still recovering and gathering their thoughts.

If I’ve missed you or if you’ve just posted your thoughts, please by all means, comment below with a link to your post or resource, and I’ll be happy to add it to the list.

  1. […] Cre8camp is a new unconference for creative types, inspired by the popular local tech unconference, BarCamp Portland. […]

  2. […] been to an unconference? We had one here in Portland at the beginning of May called BarCamp Portland. And during that BarCamp, a number of folks had the opportunity to lead and […]

  3. […] always, Rick Turoczy has done a great job on Silicon Florist of rounding up the coverage for the event. You can get links to pictures, session notes, and other […]

  4. I got a great response to my Seaside presentation at BarCampPortland, my first BarCamp. 🙂 http://methodsandmessages.vox.com/library/post/seaside-presentation-at-barcampportland-a-success.html

  5. Dare on, Mr. Turoczy, it was a fabulous weekend! If nothing else, I think it is widly successful since, hopefully, it will be the first of many to come.

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