Tech ‘Unconference’ BarCampNola Back for Ninth Year

BarCampNola is an annual “unconference” that brings passionate people together to share what they love with the community through presentations and events decided and planned by attendees.

Organizers are happy to announce that BarCampNola is returning for its ninth year on July 16th and 17th at Tulane University.

“The event, now a tradition in the New Orleans tech community, brings talented people together in one location to exchange ideas, build connections, launch shared projects or initiatives, and generally assist in realizing the potential of the community here,” explains Jacqui Nelson. “It is both a showcase of our local talent as well as a mechanism to inspire others.”

Most of the talks and speakers are announced the first day of BarCampNola, but Nelson shared one of the talks will be about high tech Japanese toilets.

Free registration and more details can be found at Register today to guarantee your t-shirt and sticker with this year’s theme. Speakeasy.

“We welcome and encourage all levels of tech skill and interest to join us,” Nelson shared. “This conference is about sharing ideas and learning what is going on with cutting edge technology in New Orleans.”