WordCamp, Mozilla Camp, Yahoo’s Open Hack Day and Other Tech Events

This month is full of tech-events organized all over the places in India and abroad. Below is brief list of events. If we are missing something cool happening around in your city, please let us know via comments.


WordCamp LogoWordCamp is unconference centered around WordPress community. Among all camps, WordCamp is most frequent and organized event. You can always have a look at upcoming WordCamps on this central site. They have WordCamp scheduled till October 2009 already!

This time, India is having its first WordCamp on 21st and 22nd Feb in New Delhi. Key attraction of this event is presence of Matt Mullenwag, founder and lead developer of WordPress itself.

Apart from Matt himself, other celebrities which will be speaking at this event includes Amit Agarwal (from Digital Inspiration), Pavan Duggal (Advocate, Supreme court of India).

Registration Fees: Individual day ticket : INR 250, Full event ticket : INR 400 

Venue: Noida, Delhi

Links: Register for Event 


MozillaCampArun Ranganathan and Seth Bindernagel form Mozilla team are already travelling across India, meeting and collaborating with Mozilla community.

Mozilla Camp has already started and we missed them in Delhi  on 10th Feb. Below is schedule of remaining tour. (source: *Mozilla blog)*

Even though they are visiting Pune, I won’t be able to attend this event personally. But if you can catch up with them, do not miss it! :-)

Venue: Kanpur, Pune

**Link: **Kanpur Event | Pune Event

Yahoo’s Open Hack Day India

Open HackAs its name suggest, this event is more centered around Yahoo technologies like BOSS, Blueprint, YAP, YQL and more. Still level of skills and demos it carries is really awesome. This is invitation only event and as far as I know, list of attendees has been finalized.

Still if you are in Bangalore and have some really good friend in Yahoo and/or among event organizers, you can take a chance!

Event Date: 14th-15th Feb, 2009

Venue: Bangalore

Link: Official Link

Other Tech Events

Apart from this, you can attend…

That’s it! So much to do in February! I am not *(yet) *sure which events I will attend personally. Still let us know which event you are attending. May be you can post about your experience at that event on Devils Workshop *(and earn some bucks)*… 😉

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Rahul Bansal

Rahul Bansal

I am a geek (wordpress), blogger (tech) & entrepreneur (rtCamp)