The organizers of the very successful CloudCamp events have put together a new virtual event called CloudCamp in the Cloud, which takes place next week. I've been to a few physical CloudCamps and they are great events, so I expect this online one to be good as well. Worth attending.
Here are the details:
organizer of the community-based cloud computing unconference series,
today announced that it’s
taking its popular event series virtual with the forthcoming “CloudCamp in the Cloud CloudCamp in the Cloud, to be held Thursday, October 22, 2009 from 12 noon to 3 pm Eastern Standard Time, builds upon the original live CloudCamp format providing a free and open place for the introduction and advancement of cloud computing. Using an online meeting format, attendees will exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies.
There are a number of opportunities to get involved with CloudCamp in the Cloud:
- ATTEND – Attending CloudCamp in the Cloud is free, fun and informative. Register now at http://bit.ly/UKbc1.
- PRESENT – CloudCamp in the Cloud encourages community presentations. If you have a cloud-related topic to discuss, visit the http://bit.ly/2NNh5l page to submit a proposal.
- SPONSOR – CloudCamp depends on corporate sponsors who provide financial assistance and other valuable donations. Current CloudCamp in the Cloud sponsors include Citrix, Enomaly and Appistry. If you would like to sponsor CloudCamp in the Cloud, please contact Reuven Cohen.
- ORGANIZE – CloudCamp is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization. If you'd like to help facilitate CloudCamp in the Cloud, letting us know about your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- SPREAD THE WORD –
Help share the news about CloudCamp in the Cloud, by retweeting this
announcement (hashtag: #cloudcamp), blogging about the event, and
linking to the main information page at http://bit.ly/3wBgyI.
 http://bit.ly/UKbc1 [CloudCamp in the Cloud Registration]
 http://twitter.com/cloudcamp [CloudCamp on Twitter]
- Dave Nielsen, (415) 531-6674, dave -at- platformd -dot- com
- Reuven Cohen, (212) 203 4734 x102, ruv -at- enomaly -dot- com
- Sam Charrington, (415) 727-1850, sam -at- appistry -dot- com
CloudCamp was formed in 2008 in order to provide a common ground for the introduction and advancement of cloud computing. Through a series of local CloudCamp events, attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. CloudCamp has served over 5,000 CloudCampers in more than 50 events all over world, in cities like Amsterdam, Antwerp, Bangalore, Berlin, London, New York, San Francisco, Stockholm and Singapore.