Come see the best of Portland web and mobile tech at the 17th Demolicious and third this year! Below you’ll find details on attending October 6, who will be presenting, and who will be the trio of panelists. As usual, it’s a great lineup across the board.
Thank You Vadio
Portland startup Vadio has stepped up to cover the costs of the event. They’re an online video experience company and a 2010 Demolicious presenter (when they were known as DuroCast).
I’d be remiss not to also mention the great deal that OMSI gives us to rent the space. I don’t think they’re making any money off this event, and I’m thrilled they’ve provided such a great home.
The main reason to attend Demolicious is to meet with people and see what others are working on. You’ll get that in the great lineup for October’s event:
- Kicksync, James Beach
- Made, Kat Miller
- Mapbox GL, Justin Miller
- Riviera, Jérémy Templier
Hey talented Portlander… you can apply to present at the next one.
The three panelists will pepper the presenters with questions and feedback. Here’s the group this time:
- Cami Kaos, Old Skool PDX Tech
- Alex Payne, Former Twitter/Simple
- Malia Spencer, Portland Business Journal
I’ve made the American Idol comparison too many times with this panel. And I like the joke about calling a demo “a little pitchy,” but if you are a regular attendee, you’re probably tired of my jokes.
I’ll cut it out if you promise to join us October 6, 2015, at the Empirical Theater at OMSI.