If you've never heard of barcamps-they're an "unconference". Traditionally, there's no charge, but every attendee is expected to participate-either by presenting (including being on a panel for discussions), or by helping organize, setup, tear down, provide refreshments, etc. It's a great way to share knowledge without having to travel (I know-takes some of the fun out of it for some folks) or incur expensive registration fees.
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