You can now get your hands on tickets for WhereCamp EU 2013 in Rome. Just head on over to EventBrite at http://wherecampeu2013.eventbrite.com/ and sign up. Don’t forget to bring your ticket with you on the day, either printed out from the email you’ll receive from EventBrite or on your mobile phone via the EventBrite mobile app.
The waiting is over. WhereCamp EU is visiting another European city for 2013 and this time we’re going to be in Rome. That’s Roma, Italia by the way, not the station on the Paris Métro and not one of the 16 places in the United States called Rome either.
Here’s the details you need to know …
January 18th and 19th 2013.
Porta Futuro, Via Galvani 108, 00153, Roma
More To Come
Watch this space or follow @wherecampeu on Twitter for more details.
Those of you who were in Berlin for last year’s WhereCamp EU will know that Berlin is an ideal city for a WhereCamp, offering the perfect combination of scenery, location nerds and some rather fine German beer.
If you’re interested in more details, head on over to the WhereCamp Berlin site, and for those of you who don’t speak that much German (and that includes myself) the event and the website is in English. WhereCamp Berlin kicks off on Friday June 22nd. 2012 at the campus of Beuth University.
So Berlin, have a great WhereCamp and if you’re visiting, don’t forget an Ampelmann souvenir to remind you of your WhereCamp-ing. As they say in Berlin, WhereCamp kommt zurück nach Berlin (WhereCamp is coming back to Berlin).
Yes, another day and another friend of WhereCampEU is joining us in Amsterdam and kindly sponsoring us. A big thank you to Nokia, and if you are interested in their developer APIs be sure to talk to them over the weekend. Also, we are hearing rumours of free goodies arriving at the venue in time for the weekend…
The variety of organisations helping us put on WhereCampEU is getting bigger and bigger. We are very happy to say that Esri, another long time supporter is back again and sponsoring WhereCampEU 2012:
“WhereCampEU is where all of Europe’s community of geo, GIS and location enthusiasts gather in a collaborative environment. Esri are proud to help this event and it’s attendees come together in Amsterdam, and we hope to see, learn, and participate in all the great sessions over the weekend.”
Why do they sponsor? Says Peter Miller from ITO World: “ITO World are thrilled to be sponsoring WhereCampEU again and look forward to many stimulating presentations and conversation over the weekend. See you there!”
From the other blogposts you notice there is a mix of reasons to support us. Now it is all up to whereCampers to make this event a success!
Another Amsterdam based company is happily supporting WhereCampEU! Welcome Booking.com.
If you like to stay in the vibrant city of Amsterdam after WhereCampEU, you might want to consider this opportunity with Booking.com:
“Due to to the growth of Booking.com’s IT department, they are now looking for Front End developers, Web Designers, Software developers, Perl developers, and many more. Would you like to work in an international, results-driven and dynamic environment? Come and join Booking.com at their Headquarters in Amsterdam!”