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The BeansBox Team
It's the first of September. In some regions of the Earth, autumn season ushers in leaves start to fall. Changes in foliage color provide significant change in surroundings as school season begins.
Here in Hong Kong, September also means the annual BarCamp Hong Kong is happening. For the uninformed, BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering of people from different walks of life, aiming to share and learn various subjects where intense discussion and interaction is a norm. BarCamp's "unconference" format defies conventional template for formal speaking engagements and allows speakers to freely share their adopted expertise at their most comfortable approach.
Now on its fourth year in the city, BarCamp Hong Kong takes place on the 18th of September at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, at the heart of Kowloon.
BarCamp Hong Kong 2010
Still unsure if you'd feel at home or be out of place? If you're into topics like open source, cloud computing, iPhone development, social media, GIS or creative commons, this event is definitely for you. Previous BarCamp events have been attended by 300 plus budding entrepreneurs, web designers, cutting edge programmers, mobile experts, game developers and designers, academics, bloggers, social media specialists, investors and media owners.
To say the participants belong to a diverse group of individuals is an understatement. Key takeaways are of course new learnings, new friends and contacts or business partners. You barely get this deal for free anywhere else! Plus, thanks to sponsors, shirts and meals are also provided free of charge.
Mark your calendars on September 18th and join BeansBox experience BarCamp Hong Kong.