The inaugural DemoCampHamilton took place last night at Slainte Irish Pub in downtown Hamilton. A packed audience consisting mainly of developers, entrepreneurs and students as well as an excellent keynote presentation by Ali Asaria and demos by CartaNova, AlboDigital, PoolingPeople.ca, FluidMedia and “mad inventor” Dan Zen made the event a success.
Sponsors Fluid Media Inc. and Innovation Factory deserve a special thanks for their support and sponsorship of the event.
The night started off with a great keynote speech by Ali Asaria of Well.ca which gave the audience insight into life inside the successful online health and beauty store.
This was followed by 5 demos:
Andrew Holden and Rob Porter of CartaNova showed us Weever â€“ an upcoming service that will quickly grab data from a website to generate HTML5 touch-interface â€śweb appsâ€ť of said website for mobile devices on Android, iOS, Blackberry.
Magda Lutcher of AlboDigital showed us their Content Management System for end users and graphic designers.
Hannah McKinnon showed us PoolingPeople.ca, a new online business to business community that brings overstaffed and understaffed companies together, enabling them to directly lend / borrow / permanently transfer employees without an intermediary.
President of Fluid Media Justin Hogeterp showed us CoffeeTablet – an iPad app for creating and sharing â€śCoffeetableâ€ť books from photos and video.
The “mad inventor” Dan Zen showed us Opartica, an online Op Art tool that lets people create and fly through their op art in 3D.
Thanks again to everyone for coming out, we’ll be doing this again, and the tentative plan is to take this to Mohawk College and McMaster University by the end of the year.