DemoCampHamilton11 Details

When: Monday March 25th, 2013 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.

Where: Twelve Eighty Pub @ McMaster University – 1280 Main Street West Hamilton, Ontario

Tickets: Sign up here

DemoCamp is an event format that involves a keynote speaker, about 5 software demos which each consist of 5 minutes of actually demoing the software and 5 minutes of Q&A, followed by general socializing with the good company in attendance. Send inquiries to democamp@softwarehamilton.com.


Keynote Speaker

Fraser Kelton


COO @ GetGlue


Fraser Kelton (@fraser) is COO of GetGlue.com (@GetGlue), a New York based startup that won Mashable’s 2011 Breakout Startup of the Year award. GetGlue is a leading Social TV app, with 4 million users and 75 network partnerships. GetGlue’s vision is to create a deeply personalized, social and connected experience around television.

Prior to joining GetGlue, Fraser was a member of Trivaris, a seed stage investment firm. Fraser graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, with a degree in Applied Economics.




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Demo 1
Groupnotes lets you share your thoughts faster then you ever thought possible by creating a layer on top of every website for you and your friends. Winner of Startup Weekend’s Global Startup Battle. Featured in TechCrunch, TechVibes, and Mashable.

Demo 2
Hive Connect is Hamilton Hive’s mentorship web app that helps you connect with mentors and people looking to be mentored in Hamilton.

Demo 3
Bryan Ashley will demo web chat app Speakly that allows for chatting in any language to any other language, using web sockets and translation on the fly. It allows for group chatting with people speaking multiple different languages.

Demo 4
Startup Rocket Launcher lets you rail gun your idea to thousands of experts, hook beta testers, and score rock-solid business advice.

Demo 5
Media Spot Me – where journalists discover people to interview. Journalists can save time, work with vetted profiles, find new voices. Have expertise? Apply to be discovered by journalists.

Demo 6
The winners of the inaugural Hack@Mac hackathon event will demo a web-based platform for commenting on each others’ work-in-progress, created for the new Sherman Centre on Digital Scholarship.


Submission of Demos

Demos for DemoCampHamilton can be submitted to: democamp@softwarehamilton.com. You will have an internet connection, a power outlet and a VGA input to a projector. You will have 5 minutes to demo your software, and 5 minutes for Q&A.