Back from Barcamp Bangalore BCB4

This Barcamp I met lot of my readers and made friends. Of course I had to make up for missing the bloggers meet. This barcamp saw lot of non-techies than previous ones.

We had our own BRTFF members there. Dhempe live blogging offline and online.Lavanya taking lots of pictures and so on. Now I feel we should have had film makers collective. In BCB5 I am sure going to propose for film makers collective.

Photography collective was fun; I have Day-1 discussions on my hard disk. It’s whopping 2.5 GB. I will upload once I slice them into pieces and compress it to max. Some tips from Jace, Vinu were really good. Met wild life photographer Amogh and some of his tips were amazing. They are all on my video. I am sure its going to be a great tutorial.

Bloggers collective is the place I spent most of my time. The discussion about blog posts on main stream media was good. Photo blogging and mobile blogging discussions with Arun will probably force at least few to take up. I had my own session on “Searchable Blogs“. Kind of SEO for blogs session. The session was primarily for beginners. The slides are uploaded here (I am not able to upload them into slide share. If you can go ahead and upload).Thats me presenting. Thanks Sanjukta for the picture.
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Thats myself, Himanshu and Anbu
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Guys from mutiny were live blogging. Jerry and Sandil have covered everything about bloggers collective at Mutiny. They are doing a wonderful job there. Have a look you will surely enjoy if your interest is India.

I dont remember lot many. Thanks to all those who liked EventsBangalore. Keep visiting, lots of new features are coming up.

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3 Responses

  1. Vikas Sharma says:

    It was really nice meeting you Tej! Hope to catch up again soon! Do check this out:
    http://www.sharmasblog.com/index.php/2007/08/03/bar-camp-bangalore-4/

    best regards,

  2. thejeshgn says:

    Sure. Your site seems to be down.

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