Welcome to BarCamp Sarasota-Bradenton
You may find that BarCamp attendees keep coming back for more. Why? We are dedicated to moving ourselves, our businesses and our local region’s best and brightest into a new era of leadership in Florida. We inspire connections and encourage sharing in business, technology, funding, education, design and other local industries.
We do this because we believe a community based on awesomeness helps everyone find solutions to challenges in business, or whatever it is that they do. There’s truly something here for everyone.
No agendas…just great conversation and with creative, smart and talented folks from around the area. If you have joined us before, you know I just described you. If you haven’t, now you know why you should show up.
With open networking events focused on building strong community connections with practical business and technology topics directed toward entrepreneurs. This rich social environment attracts investors and seasoned entrepreneurs, creating a climate ripe for economic development.
Every attendee – no matter how old or young – has a story to tell and a particular expertise. During an Unconference, the schedule is created the day of the event with content created and delivered by attendees through a variety of formats. Come prepared to learn and share as we all grow together.
Featuring events for the BarCamp, Technology, Business, and Education Community of Sarasota-Bradenton. Though BarCamp Sarasota-Bradenton is not an events calendar site, we do like to highlight some of the best events our area has to offer. Let us know if you’d like us to feature yours.
Sree is a technology evangelist and skeptic that routinely lectures on how to get the most out of and the power of social media. We’ve assembled some of Sree’s Social Media tips and advice with links back to Sree’s main page(s) for more.
Google’s first int’l web conference, known as Education on Air, has been recorded and is now available on-demand. Their chief education evangelist Jaime Casap emphasizes that technology in the classroom is a means to an end and not the end itself. “Google would be involved education whether we liked it or not,” Casap says. “Part of our mission now is to do our best to make sure our tools are being utilized in the best way possible.”