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BarCamp Nashville 2 announced

It’s exciting to see BarCamp Nashville 2 has been announced. On October, 18th from 9am – 4pm at the Sommet Centre. The new site defines BCN2 as:

BarCamp Nashville is an open-source gathering of technology enthusiasts who come together for one weekend to share what they know and learn what they don’t. It is an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from attendees.

Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.

As you may know, Marcus and I decided to pass the organizer torch this time. We had originally discussed creating BCN2, but decided that it would be better if we let others take turns running the event. This way each year BarCamp Nashville will have a completely different look and feel to it, we thought it would be much cooler this way. It’s a community un-conference for the people, by the people.

The event is free to attend, so everybody who has any interest in the growing Nashville tech community should be there – that means YOU. I’ll be there as an attendee and speaker. I’ve come up with a session that I think should be very rockin’ called Microblogging – Fast, Fast, Good, Good. I hope you’re there to see it.

Head on over to for details on BCN2. You should also consider sponsoring and supporting this important event.

Watch this if you missed BarCamp Nashville last year. Cheers!
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  • BarCamp is free to all of those who would like to attend and is a fantastic way to hear about all of the exciting things happening in Nashville’s digital world as well as meet some of your peers from not only Nashville but from all around the country.

  • Last year at BarCamp a large number of people got together to meet and share information. The difference this year is that a community came together to catch up and move the bar further. Ever since BarCamp 2007 the Nashville tech / new media community has continually grown. Thanks in large part to constant communication via Twitter and regular events like the Nashville Geek Breakfast, this is a very tight and supportive community.

    Agreed. I enjoyed last year, but this was lightyears ahead. A major improvement.

  • faisal

    A great place.I didn't missed it last year.Definitely a perfect place to share technological view and knowledge.Its like a tech valley to me.A massive scope to share tech problems with others.I wont miss the chance to attend.

  • Medela

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  • Thanks for the interesting post, I liked reading it, keep posts like this one coming, you are really very impressive!