NetSquared Camp housekeeping

NetSquared Camp starts in less than 24 hours. We’re excited that you’ll be joining us! This post provides information about the event, and lots of links to more information.

Where and When?

Main Theatre (Room 1900) SFU Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street
Registration opens at 8:45am, and the day ends at about 4:00pm.

We encourage you to take public transit to the venue (we’re really close to SkyTrain, SeaBus and buses). If you’re driving, here are some parking tips.

Schedule and Sessions

Because NetSquared Vancouver Camp is an unconference, we’ll start the day with ‘session wrangling’. Each speaker or discussion leader will pitch their session to attendees, and we’ll add them to the schedule grid. You can also get a preview of some of the sessions.

Interested in leading a session? There’s still time to add your suggestion to the wiki.

Can’t Make It?

We’re psyched that the first ever NetSquared Camp Vancouver has sold out, and we’ve started a waitlist. If you can’t attend this Saturday, please let us know by completing this super-simple form. We’ll cancel your registration and give it to an eager waitlisted person.

Food and Drink

In the morning, we’ll be providing coffee, tea and water at the 10:45am coffee break.

At lunchtime, we’re hosting a series of group conversations at local restaurants. Attendees can sign up to join discussion groups of about 10 people who will decamp to a local restaurant for lunch and chat about a particular topic. This is entirely optional, and we’ll talk more about it during our introduction on Saturday morning.

Internet Help Desk

Got WordPress woes? Want help with an email campaign? There will be an Internet help desk in the lobby staffed by local experts to help you through your digital hassles.


We’re indebted to our excellent sponsors, who have generously given their support to this project:

Thanks also to our media sponsors:


If you’re tweeting about the event, please use the tag #n2camp. For blogs, photos and video, use n2camp.

That’s all! See you on Saturday!
The NetSquared Camp Vancouver team

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