BarCampDelhi: Web2.0 Spills Over to the Real World
Also unlike a traditional conference, Barcamp speakers are young and enthusiastic and not big luminaries from the industry that we see at every conference. There are no organisers, everyone pitches in do part of the work. Participation is free and so is food and everything else. Sponsors of the event provide for the facilities and the t-shirts.
So, by its very structure BarCamp is very "Web2.0". I'm yet to embrace that acronym completely but if "Web2.0" represents web applications that are open, collaborative, free and disruptive then BarCamp is all about Web2.0. A rare example of values seen on the web being replicated in the physical world.
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