Barcamp,Bangalore in progress
Bangalore Barcamp was a novel 'unconference' for Indian techies

Bangalore, February 13, 2012: Over 400 techies took part in 11th annual  Barcamp hosted at SAP Labs in Bangalore last week. The event provided a platform for participants to exchange ideas, and knowledge on a variety of technology and non-tech topics: ‘Building a complete Windows Phone app in 45 mins’, ‘Mobile analytics overview’, ‘Android UI design patterns’ …. 

Said Amarpreet Kalkat, a participant at the Barcamp: “This is a great place to connect with like-minded people in the fraternity and discover and discuss new ideas. This platform provided by SAP Labs gives me an opportunity to meet people with whom I would otherwise interact only on the virtual space. Exchanging ideas with people also helps us learn and unlearn the dynamics of technology trends.”
Dhruva Krishna said “The conferences earlier hosted working professionals speaking on their careers. Now the trends have changed with college students being an active part of the conference. The topics of discussion at the event have evolved over the years and we are glad to see more technology enthusiasts share our passion.”

BarCamp is network of user-generated conferences (or unconferences). They are open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants. Bangalore Barcamp, city’s flagship technology unconference has brought together hundreds of professionals who have participated in dozens of sessions to share their insights on cutting edge technologies.