Join local developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and students for an evening of food, drinks, and technology demos.

DC 1

DemoCamp Niagara 1

  • On the Front Cafe and Eatery
  • 30 Front Street South
  • Thorold
  • Ontario

September 19, 2012
7:00PM - 9:00PM

Register for free

Keynote

Building a Brand and Presence in a Local Developer Community
Adam White, Founder, Upper Rapids

Demos

  • Niagara Here
    Joe Peric, Furi Enterprises
    Kate Leathers, Niagara Artists Company
  • A markdown editor built on a JavaScript stack
    Nickolas Kenyeres
  • Mulberry FingerPlays iPad App
    Scott Teglasi, Mulberry Media
  • Interactive historic war claims database
    Tom Madej, CEO, Furi Enterprises
  • Custom .net framework including CMS implementation
    Aaron Clayton, Glacier Digital
  • IceTime, Rails app for finding local pickup ice hockey games
    Michael Mottola

Sponsors

DC 2

DemoCamp Niagara 2

  • Red Hot Chili Pepper
  • One St. Paul Street
  • St. Catharines
  • Ontario

November 28, 2012
7:00PM - 9:00PM

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Keynote

The Future of the Past, or Why Historians Need to Work with Digital Media Developers
Dr. Kevin Kee, Professor, Centre for Digital Humanities, Brock University

Demos

  • Social platform for sharing special moments with friends
    David Lai, Co-Founder, Locket
  • DAMP tool for printer security
    Glen Herdy, CEO, CSO and Co-Founder, Protecht
  • Stick Streets endless runner game for iOS
    David Milot, Founder, Pixel Collions
  • Rollers of the Realm pinball and RPG for iPad, PC, and XBLIG
    Ericka Evans, Head of Production, Phantom Compass
  • Vote in Public
    Software Niagara

Sponsors

DC 3

DemoCamp Niagara 3

  • Fresco's Restaurant and Bar
  • 100 Fourth Avenue
  • St. Catharines
  • Ontario

April 10, 2013
7:00PM - 9:00PM

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Keynote

Making a Career out of Open Source Software
Trevor Twining, Senior Consultant, CGI Group

Demos

  • Fox in the Hen House
    Glen Herdy, CEO, CSO and Co-Founder, Protecht
  • Drag and drop office moving logistics web application
    Richard Ayotte, Ayotte Software
  • Android to infrared via Arduino
    Chris Thompson
  • Classified adversiting network
    Slavi Marinov, Orbisius
  • Augmented reality project for Brock University welcome package
    Tom Madej, CEO, Furi Enterprises

Sponsors

DC 4

DemoCamp Niagara 4

  • Fresco's Restaurant and Bar
  • 100 Fourth Avenue
  • St. Catharines
  • Ontario

October 22, 2013
7:00PM - 9:00PM

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Keynote

Intellectual Property: What Software Developers Need to Know
Alex Ross, Partner, Gowlings

Demos

  • Shotlst.com
    Mike Borg, Shotlst.com
  • RentSync
    Michael Mottola, Landlord Web Solutions Inc.
  • myElane
    David Napper, Exposé Retail Strategies Inc.
  • qsandbox.com
    Svetoslav Marinov, Orbisius
  • CMSIntelligence Platform
    Larry Chartier, CMSIntelligence Inc.

Sponsors

DC 5

DemoCamp Niagara 5

  • Fresco's Restaurant and Bar
  • 100 Fourth Avenue
  • St. Catharines
  • Ontario

March 4, 2014
6:30PM - 9:00PM

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Keynote

Software Solutions to Lifes Biggest Problems
Sarah Anne Drew, CEO, Every1Games

Demos

  • Rollers of the Realm
    Dave Evans, Phantom Compass
  • Onwords
    Sarah Lepp, Manic North
  • Synctopus
    Svetoslav Marinov, Orbisius
  • Capredoni-Empower tablet computers and educational software
    Christopher Capredoni, Capredoni Enterprises Ltd.
  • Lost Orbit
    Chris Iacobucci, PixelNAUTS
  • Crowded
    Terry Morrish, Crowded

Sponsors

Want to showcase your tech?

We want to hear from you if you are a designer, developer, entrepreneur, or student with an interesting project.

DemoCamp is a great opportunity to pitch your product or service to a room full of people that are enthusiastic about technology. Get real feedback from your peers and potential customers. You may even meet your next partner or investor!

What's the catch? You must have working code. No slideshows, please.


Email us about giving a demo

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What is DemoCamp?

DemoCamp is an unconference. It is a community organized event that is held regularly across Canada, including the Niagara Region. DemoCamp brings together developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and students for one evening to share their passions and to celebrate their accomplishments through a series of technology demos and question & answer periods. DemoCamp is meant to inspire, educate, challenge, and change...

What are the Rules?

Everyone in Niagara with an interest in technology and startups is encouraged to attend DemoCamp. You do not have to give a demo to attend, but if you do, please abide by the rules:

  1. Keep your demo to five minutes or less
  2. Don't be afraid to interact with the audience
  3. Do not use slides; show us working software
  4. Tell people about DemoCamp

Not sure about the rules? Email us with your questions.

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