To be in with a chance of winning one of the HackCamp prizes, you need to ensure that you’ve submitted your entry by 12pm on Sunday.
You’ll have to fill in the quick registration form first, where you’ll set up a login and password that will let you update your hack submission at any time.
Be ready to do a quick one minute presentation/demo of your hack, with another minute for Q&A. You will be timed, so don’t waffle! Presentations will happen on Sunday from 2pm.
Our last sponsor is Squizzle. Squizzle is a top secret project so I leave it to them to tell you what Squizzle is.
Ah, that would be telling, wouldn’t it? We’re keeping exactly what Squizzle does a closely guarded secret until we launch it later this year. We can tell you this much, though. Squizzle will:
- work on a PC or a Mac
- cost under $50 per license
- have versions for lots of web apps and cloud-based services. Things like Freshbooks, Freeagent, Shopify, Basecamp, Twitter, Delicious, Xero, Campaign Monitor, Mailchimp, Zendesk and Google Apps.
- be a “must-have” piece of software
Duracell is a last-minute addition to the sponsors for HackCamp. Duracell will be providing some of their newest products for the prizes.
Duracell recently released a new line of rechargeable accessories, essential for every geek. Amongst the new gadgets are some very nice portable USB chargers that you can use for all your phones, iPods, iPads, cameras, etc.
Have a look at their spiffy new website to see the entire line-up and to have an idea if what you could win.
Our latest sponsor is Proactive!
The Proactive Accountant will be no stranger to many on the BarCamp scene, with a record of both sponsorship and tangible help at smaller niche camps and bigger BarCamps over the past couple of years.
Proactive operates in a paperless environment! That makes your
relationship with your accountant easier, quicker and cheaper. Now is
that something you’d be interested in?
Time for another sponsor announcement. We are aways glad to see sponsors coming straight from the heart of the tech community, and therefore we’re very glad to announce our latest sponsor: +Lion.
+Lion is the accessibility startup founded by slightly autistic web designer/developer Jamie Knight and his plushie sidekick Lion. They focus on practical accessibility and offer a range of services, principally accessibility support and accessibility testing / reporting.
Jamie will be available during HackCamp to help you out with any questions, and he is easily recognised as he is always accompanied by his sidekick Lion.
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