Announcing Nooku Jam 12.2 Leuven!

29 March 2012 by Myra

We are happy to announce Nooku Jam 12.2 Leuven which is taking place on the 16-17th of May 2012 at the FlandersDC Creativity Lab in Leuven, BE. Come and celebrate Nooku’s 4th birthday, and the release of Nooku 12.2 with our amazing community.

Once again Nookuers from all over will come together. Expect lot’s of fun and two days of mind blowing presentations, discussions, brainstorms, workshops, and hackathons around specific areas of the Nooku project.

Nooku Jam Leuven 2011 Highlights

Nooku Jam Leuven 2011
Check out the some of the photo highlights and insights from last year’s Jam.

This jam (was) followed the more informal barcamp format, which relies on spontaneous input by all the attendants. The attendants were to come up with their own ideas for talks, along with things they would like to hear about. These poles of ideas were quickly refactored into walls of ideas. – Moyoweb

While the other events that I have been to always left me a little exhausted, I left this one feeling inspired and motivated. I’m looking forward to work with all the great guys around Nooku in the future and am excited about all the stuff that is coming up. – David Deutsch

Sign up for Nooku Jam 12.2 Leuven today!

What is a Nooku Jam?

A Nooku Jam is an open, participatory workshop-event, whose content is provided by participants. The concept is very similar to a barcamp. It is an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from the attendees.

Nooku Jams are never your traditional conferences – they are more of an ad-hoc unconference born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment.  Anybody can speak on any topic that they are passionate about. For Nooku developers, this means their latest code, component, or mini project.

There are no spectators, only participants.

Attendees must give a demo, a session, or help with one, or otherwise volunteer / contribute in some way to support the event. Participants won’t need to decide what to talk about until they get there. All presentations are scheduled the day they happen.

The day starts with the session suggestions. Everybody describes the kind of session they can do. Then the session gets pinned on the board for a certain time slot. After the planning – voila – there is a schedule and the sessions start.

It’s always about community

Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join a Nooku Jam. When you come, be prepared to share with other attendees. When you leave, be prepared to share it with the world.

The jam is the perfect event for Nooku magic offline! Register today, we only have 30 seats available.