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Barcampbank

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The BarCamp format has also been adapted for specific industries like banking, education, real estate and social media.
This subset of the software-oriented BarCamp grew out of BarCampParis4, on September 16, 2006 in Paris at Mandriva.

IndieWebCamp

In addition to the BarCamp-branded network, it is also a model for user-generated conferences in other fields and for more specialized applications such as EdCamp, IndieWebCamp, WordCamp, crisis camps, and SkeptiCamp.
IndieWebCamp is a technology BarCamp that was founded in Portland, Oregon and has since been held all over the world, including at the offices of the New York Times and in Brighton, England.

Crisis camp

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In addition to the BarCamp-branded network, it is also a model for user-generated conferences in other fields and for more specialized applications such as EdCamp, IndieWebCamp, WordCamp, crisis camps, and SkeptiCamp.
A crisis camp is a BarCamp gathering of IT professionals, software developers, and computer programmers to aid in the relief efforts of a major crisis such as those caused by earthquakes, floods, or hurricanes.

Foo Camp

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The name BarCamp is a playful allusion to the event's origins, with reference to the programmer slang term, foobar: BarCamp arose as an open-to-the-public alternative to Foo Camp, which is an annual invitation-only participant-driven conference hosted by Tim O'Reilly.
In 2005, a complementary alternative BarCamp was created by a past attendee of Foo Camp and a few individuals who were interested in organizing their own version of Foo Camp, and hosted at the Socialtext offices in Palo Alto, California, by Socialtext founder Ross Mayfield, with an open invitation to anyone who wanted to join.

Hybrid event

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It also turns a physical, face-to-face event into a 'hybrid event' which enables remote online engagement with BarCamp participants.
The open, participatory nature of unconferences (e.g., Barcamp) and their focus on sharing content, makes them hybrid events too.

StixCamp

StixCamp is a BarCamp unconference hosted in a rural area.

EdCamp

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The BarCamp format has also been adapted for specific industries like banking, education, real estate and social media. In addition to the BarCamp-branded network, it is also a model for user-generated conferences in other fields and for more specialized applications such as EdCamp, IndieWebCamp, WordCamp, crisis camps, and SkeptiCamp.
Edcamps are modeled after BarCamps, free participant-driven conferences with a primary focus on technology and computers.

Foobar

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The name BarCamp is a playful allusion to the event's origins, with reference to the programmer slang term, foobar: BarCamp arose as an open-to-the-public alternative to Foo Camp, which is an annual invitation-only participant-driven conference hosted by Tim O'Reilly.

Hackathon

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At BarCamp-style hackathons, that are organized by the development community, such as iOSDevCamp, the judges are usually made up of peers and colleagues in the field.

SpaceUp

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Common features of SpaceUps are an unconference/barcamp style schedule, Ignite talks, and a moonpie eating contest.

Parisoma (company)

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The founders were inspired by Citizen Space, one of the first coworking spaces in San Francisco, and the BarCamp movement that they also brought to France.

TEN Talk

a TEN Talk (originally 10Talk) is a short presentation on a topic of the speaker's choosing given at a BarCamp type conference.

Netguru

Since September 2007, through their own foundation Fundacja Polak 2.0, they also organized Barcamp Poznań, the first community meetings for innovation enthusiasts and the emerging Polish internet trade, as well as other events: the International Startup Fair Democamp, the ShopCamp workshops, and the Hackfest.

ConventionCamp

It takes place annually since 2008 at Hanover fairground and is the largest BarCamp in Germany.

Coworking

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Many of the coworking participants are also participants in an unconference like BarCamp and other related open-source participatory technology events.

Lane Sutton

Sutton first became known to the public at the age of 13 when The Boston Globe recognized him for meeting Tony Hsieh, speaking at PodCamp, early start to entrepreneurship and using the computer "at barely 8", and his experience.

Klaatu (podcaster)

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He gave a at a Los Angeles Barcamp, and later a presentation entitled at the sixth annual Southern California Linux Expo.

Chris Messina (open-source advocate)

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Messina is also known for his involvement in helping to create the BarCamp, Spread Firefox, and coworking movements.

Channy Yun

He was one of the founders of BarCamp Seoul and WebAppsCon.

TIDEL Park

Tidel Information Technology Park
Recently, it has been a venue to several unconferences like Blogcamp, Barcamp, WikiCamp and PodWorks.

JQuery

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jQuery was originally created in January 2006 at BarCamp NYC by John Resig, influenced by Dean Edwards' earlier cssQuery library.

Unconference

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In 2005 some of the attendees from previous years decided to produce their own "Bar" Camp.

Silicon Mountain

The phrase originally was the de facto reference to the Buea Tech Community popularized during local tech community meetups such as BarCamp Cameroon 2013, Google I/O Extended Buea 2015 and the Kamer Design Meetups; but has eventually come to refer to the community of developers, creatives, organizers, business professionals, universities in the area.