Connect with the brightest folk in Colorado @ BrainJam!

Early in 2007 I hosted an event that we informally called BrainJam and was really delighted at how it worked out. We had about 30 people attend this informal “unconference” and while I admit that we kinda made it up as we went along, it worked out really well: everyone who attended got five minutes in front of the room.
Some people talked about their new startups or their idea for a cool startup, some people tried to hire developers or other people to staff up their companies, some just talked about relatively random stuff that was of interest to them and one or two talked about their skillset and asked to be hired.
Most importantly, it was egalitarian. Everyone got five minutes and everyone listened, so we all had a good time and there was a LOT of networking going on, especially over the pizza boxes.
Last year we had the event at Mobius (thanks Brad!) but this year we’ve booked a larger, more posh venue at Rally Software Development in Boulder. It’s going to be awesome!
But don’t sit here, quick Go to BrainJam and sign up!

Note: Brainjam was a big success on 11 April, 2008 and you can no longer sign up to attend because, well, because it’s already happened. 🙂

2 comments on “Connect with the brightest folk in Colorado @ BrainJam!

  1. hi, just heard about Brainjam.
    Do you know of other events like this?
    I am still fairly new to Denver and have a telecom background. I would like to meet more people that are interested in helping each other with our busisness. there are lots of networking groups but I am not interested in the every day deal. they are usually not very productive.
    Please, I am very good with Voice and Data network systems and need some business.
    mary

  2. Thanks for your comment, Mary! I don’t have another Brainjam event planned for now, but you should check out the New Tech Meetups at meetup.com (one in Boulder and another in Denver) and Open Coffee, at boulderOpenCoffeeClub.com Both are good stuff!

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