Screencasting nerds unite! In less than two short weeks, I’ll be joining a group of about 100 other fans of the art of screencasting at TechSmith’s Screencast Camp! I have wanted to attend this bar camp–type event that focuses on attendees’ sharing ideas and knowledge about screencasting for at least a year and finally got the opportunity this summer.
TechSmith (developer of such great software as Camtasia Studio, Snagit, and Jing) is sponsoring the “unconference” and invites attendees (the registration is limited to 100) to bring a tent and camp out on its facilities’ grounds for the three-day, two-night event. (As I am not a camper, I chose to take advantage of a “Screencast Camp” discount at the local Fairfield Inn, just a walk away from the venue.) The company provides not only their grounds for attendees to camp but also all food and drink while we’re there. Sweet!
I plan to write a blog post shortly after my trip to share what I can, so stay tuned. This should be good!
(I also hope that the Screencast Camp logo creators aren’t too mad at me for using their logo in this image I created. I just thought it was too cool not to include.)