Tampa, FL, September 11, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- BarCamp Tampa Bay is once again creating excitement for its 9th annual event. The event has become popular for its ability to draw experts within the software development, engineering, and technology-based economic development communities from across the region and as far as Canada, Scheduled for Saturday, October 1st, 2016 at the University of South Florida Muma College of Business, this unique day of grass-roots innovative workshops and panels is one of the most anticipated events of the year in the tech community.
BarCamp Tampa Bay is the one-day “un-conference” hosted by TechNova Florida, Inc., which is always free to attend. Organizers expect around 800 people to participate and share knowledge in some of the most talked about areas of technology. Many of these passionate attendees, are coming to contribute as a speaker. Those looking to share dynamic technical content sign-up the morning of the event for open time slots. This year’s presentations are expected to cover such topics as Agile Development, User Experience Design, WordPress, IoT, driverless vehicles, augmented and virtual reality, wearable technology, digital media, cyber security, robotics, 3D printing, gamification and, much more. Attendees can also be expected to learn more about start-up issues such as lean methodologies, how to hire a developer, startup lessons learned, venture and angel funding mistakes, marketing your product, and other tech business related topics.
BarCamp Tampa Bay is made possible by sponsors from the business and tech community such as Sourcetoad, de la Peña & Holiday, Accusoft, Pilgrim Quality Solutions, and others who generously donate to help keep local technology professionals up-to-date with the latest innovations, gadgets and community resources. For more information on how to become a sponsor, register as a volunteer or learn more about the event, please visit www.barcamptampa.org.
About BarCamp Tampa Bay: Starting in October of 2008, BarCamp Tampa Bay has been held annually with attendance growing from 120 to over 900 people from as far away as Orlando, Sarasota, Miami and Jacksonville; as well as from across the country and Canada. Bringing together the best, brightest and most interesting of Tampa Bay’s technology and new media professionals, BarCamp Tampa Bay showcases the talents and unique projects being developed in and around the Central Florida tech ecosystem.
About TechNova Florida, Inc.: TechNova Florida, Inc. is an all volunteer organization headed by seasoned technology professionals and based in Tampa, Florida. We are dedicated to growing the local tech community by operating at the grass roots level, helping people to learn, share and foster meaningful collaboration. We believe that to build a strong technology ecosystem people must develop new products, start new businesses and become resources for one another. TechNova hosts events to aide in achieving this mission such as BarCamp Tampa Bay, Ignite! Tampa Bay, and “Day of” technology workshops, web and technology Meetups, in addition to sponsoring and supporting other endeavors of other community efforts that share its vision. TechNova of Florida is a 501c3 non-profit entity and is supported entirely by the generosity of the local tech and business community. Companies or groups wishing to participate in annual events such as BarCamp and Ignite Tampa Bay should contact us at email@example.com for sponsorship information.
Contact: Ken Evans
TechNova of Florida