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Full audio recording of our meetup event for web professionals and enthusiast in web technology.

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Webcamp KL #12 –The Holy Cow Moment

EWhat do they say be careful what we wished for? Indeed we are in a big surprise when roughly 150 people showed up for the event and have outgrown the hall that we've started Webcamp from! All we can say is: Thanks for making Webcamp KL a smash! We w...

152 MIN2012 MAR 4
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Webcamp KL #12 –The Holy Cow Moment

Webcamp KL on BFM Radio

Finally! We are hitting mainstream! Webcamp KL was featured on BFM Radio today with an interview of the organizers, Wu Han and Seh Hui. During the show, we talk about how Webcamp KL got started, what makes Webcamp valuable and our mission to nurture a community of great people who are passionate about technology. Two of our sister groups are also highlighted during the show: Educamp KL and MyCocoaHeads. Check out the full interview below! (Source: BFM Radio – TechTalk: Webcamp KL)

13 MIN2011 NOV 22
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Webcamp KL on BFM Radio

Webcamp #10 – Spirits of Diwali

As luck has it, we had our Webcamp during Diwali: a festival of lights celebrated by the Indian community. While we do miss our fair share of murukku, we have a great lineup of speakers who were kind enough to spend time with us and share their expertise: Yam Tong Woo –My Blind Sight: How Technology Empowers The Visually Impaired Patrick Lim, Founder of Greenroom136 –10 Lessons I've Learned From Project ConcreteJungle Interviewees Mats Engstrom, CTO of ViA International –Tweet In, Tweet Out Tristan Gomez, MindValley –Meaningful Metrics Milad Rastian –Configure and Manage Your Servers in a FLASH with Puppet Summary The event kicked off with Yam Tong Woo, a visually impaired automative engineer who lost his sight due to a bacterial infection. With brimming positive energy and enthusiasm, he shared how the Internet and the mobile web transformed and empowered his daily life. During this talk, he presented a live demo on how the visually impaired access the Internet and offers his ...

149 MIN2011 NOV 3
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Webcamp #10 – Spirits of Diwali

Webcamp #9 – WCKL All-Stars

EWhat if you bring in all the most active members on the Webcamp KL Facebook group to give talks for the night? One word: EPIC! Yes, this month we have the all-stars lineup of experts and go on a full-on technical track, topics ranging from Google Analytics to blazing fast web development. Diving into this month's agenda, we have: Ngeow Wu Han– Keynote: Tribal Leadership Michal Pietrusinski– Everyone Can Do White-Hat SEO Leong Seh Hui– Making the WCKL Podcast Kai Hendry – The Ikiwiki Web Platform Grey Ang – Blazing Fast Web Development with Jade and Stylus Arzumy MD — "I, Paul the Octopus" Brian Ritchie – Analytics on Steriods, Part 1 Summary A fair warning before listening in: there are a couple of F-bombs and mentions of parts of a reproductive organs being and they are kept in-tact, so if you are easily offended even by mild references, stay away :). The event kicks off with Wu Han setting the tone for the event by sharing a five-point scale in the book Tribal Leadership, f...

122 MIN2011 OCT 2
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Webcamp #9 – WCKL All-Stars

WebCamp #8 for the Homeless

The very thing that makes WebCamp KL awesome: rain or shine, WebCamp KL will go on – even on public holidays!Yes, while most Malaysians were celebrating our 54th Independence Day and Hari Raya, we're really pleased that there's a strong turnout and community bonding for this month's event. (and having pizza and beer helps, too!) Despite being a shorter WebCamp than usual, we are glad to have a solid lineup of speakers: Richerd Chan – How I went from being an iPhone developer to sleeping on the streets of Kuala Lumpur Mats Engstrom – Electronics design: from idea to market Summary While we didn't intend to make it the theme, Richerd Chan kicked off with an eye-opening story of how does it feels like being homeless on the streets of Kuala Lumpur for several days: from being exposed to the elements (rain, in particular) to debunking the myth that Kuala Lumpur would be as quiet as a ghost town during the long holidays. And his story is bound to be really juicy when I had to bleep out...

56 MIN2011 SEP 4
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WebCamp #8 for the Homeless

WebCamp #7 – Pecha Kucha Night

EIn the spirit of WebCamp, we are always eager to try new things to spice things up. In this meetup, we are trying out two new formats: Pecha Kucha (20 slides, 20 seconds each) and Powerpoint-Karaoke (impromptu presentations on random slides). We are...

95 MIN2011 JUL 30
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WebCamp #7 – Pecha Kucha Night

WebCamp #6 – WCKL Fluentspace

In this episode, WebCamp KL took a voyage from the mothership (aka MindValley's Hall of Awesomeness) to Fluentspace – an newly established co-working space in Kelana Jaya. The team is really thrilled to be there – looking at the carefully designed interior to the people who decided to make it their sanctuary to get work done. We are also in for a great surprise when more than 70 people showed up for the event – an unprecedented full-house with like-minded people taking up a narrow hall from end to end. Some audiences get so close that they sat right beside the speaker, with only a table separating them both. As usual, the meetup is packed with great talks as well as something fresh: Opening keynote: Welcome to Fluentspace! – Kamal Fariz Mahyuddin, Fluentspace Five Things I Learned, Building Greenroom136 – Patrick Lim, founder of Greenroom136 Web Apps and the Art of Mathematical Betting – Talat Fakhri, founder of Quantips Building EngineerList, the Startup Roots Way – James Ch...

123 MIN2011 JUL 2
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WebCamp #6 – WCKL Fluentspace

WebCamp #5 – The future web, today.

As Rapture's not happening as predicted, what better time to imagine what the future might look like. With a massive boom in web technologies, Webcamp KL have invited great speakers to whip up their crystal balls and share their vision of the future. (despite their humble acknowledgment that they aren't clairvoyant) The awesome lineup for the month consists of: The Future of Storage – Colin Charles, open source software hacker and all sort of stuff A Realtime Web – Kamal Fariz, Fluentspace The History Of The Future – Gareth Davies (aka ShaolinTiger), Blogger, Photographer, Hacker The Performing Arts Goes Digital – Low Ngai Yuen, Kakiseni.com Educating Tomorrow's Kids, Today – Ngeow Wu Han, Mindvalley Q&A panel – with Colin, Chris Hong, Gareth, Ngai Yuen and Wu Han The Global Student Entrepreneurship Award – Min Xian In this month's meetup, we have Colin Charles sharing a birds eyes view on the future of data and storage – everything from databases, NoSQL and even Database as...

185 MIN2011 MAY 27
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WebCamp #5 – The future web, today.

WebCamp 2² – Being an Awesome Underdog

This month's meetup was definitely one that would get everyone's ears perked up as Aaron Chipper, CTO of Friendster came to give a talk. Most of us would fondly remember when Friendster is THE blazing hot social network in Asia and famously known to be plagued by crashes and performance issues before Facebook came in happily gobbled up their user base. And with the announcement of our Malaysian owned MOL Sdn Bhd acquiring Friendster and people are made aware of the patents Friendster owned pertaining to social networks, Friendster has yet again gained media attention and having people wondering what Friendster is up to now. The speaker lineup were as follows: Joget Workflow – Law Tien Soon, VP Open Dynamics “Being Awesome - it's easy! (when you're awesome)” – Aaron Chipper, CTO Friendster How to be an underdog in overdrive – Chu Tzu-Ming, Persuasion Technologies Pitching session: Introducing FeedGeorge.com – See Tho Chee Seong, founder of FeedGeorge.com Event announcement: Sta...

134 MIN2011 APR 29
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WebCamp 2² – Being an Awesome Underdog

WebCamp 三: Coworking Space + CouchDB + Commerializing Mobile = $$$

It's one month after one of the greatest WebCamp turnout, it does feel like it's hard to top that record. But as happy WebCampers, it's great to know that WebCamp is going strong one year after it first started. To wrap up the first quarter of the year, we decided to explore the recent trending topics of the year: the concept of co-working (and remote working, for that matter), NoSQL data stores as well as commercializing mobile application. How fun! :D And here it is, the line up of the month: On his experience starting up White Space – Jason Chow, CEO of White Space Int'l Tearing the Sofa Apart: CouchDB & CouchApps from a Beginner's Perspective – Leong Seh Hui, Application developer, 40Square Commercialise your mobile product and service – Aaron Lee, TeAM supporting partner Pitching session: Careers at Mindvalley – Vishen Lakhiani, founder and CEO, Mindvalley Pitching session: Careers at Antics Media – Khalid Hilaby, lead web developer, Antics Media Summary Everyone loves to ...

123 MIN2011 APR 2
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WebCamp 三: Coworking Space + CouchDB + Commerializing Mobile = $$$

Latest Episodes

Webcamp KL #12 –The Holy Cow Moment

EWhat do they say be careful what we wished for? Indeed we are in a big surprise when roughly 150 people showed up for the event and have outgrown the hall that we've started Webcamp from! All we can say is: Thanks for making Webcamp KL a smash! We w...

152 MIN2012 MAR 4
Comments
Webcamp KL #12 –The Holy Cow Moment

Webcamp KL on BFM Radio

Finally! We are hitting mainstream! Webcamp KL was featured on BFM Radio today with an interview of the organizers, Wu Han and Seh Hui. During the show, we talk about how Webcamp KL got started, what makes Webcamp valuable and our mission to nurture a community of great people who are passionate about technology. Two of our sister groups are also highlighted during the show: Educamp KL and MyCocoaHeads. Check out the full interview below! (Source: BFM Radio – TechTalk: Webcamp KL)

13 MIN2011 NOV 22
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Webcamp KL on BFM Radio

Webcamp #10 – Spirits of Diwali

As luck has it, we had our Webcamp during Diwali: a festival of lights celebrated by the Indian community. While we do miss our fair share of murukku, we have a great lineup of speakers who were kind enough to spend time with us and share their expertise: Yam Tong Woo –My Blind Sight: How Technology Empowers The Visually Impaired Patrick Lim, Founder of Greenroom136 –10 Lessons I've Learned From Project ConcreteJungle Interviewees Mats Engstrom, CTO of ViA International –Tweet In, Tweet Out Tristan Gomez, MindValley –Meaningful Metrics Milad Rastian –Configure and Manage Your Servers in a FLASH with Puppet Summary The event kicked off with Yam Tong Woo, a visually impaired automative engineer who lost his sight due to a bacterial infection. With brimming positive energy and enthusiasm, he shared how the Internet and the mobile web transformed and empowered his daily life. During this talk, he presented a live demo on how the visually impaired access the Internet and offers his ...

149 MIN2011 NOV 3
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Webcamp #10 – Spirits of Diwali

Webcamp #9 – WCKL All-Stars

EWhat if you bring in all the most active members on the Webcamp KL Facebook group to give talks for the night? One word: EPIC! Yes, this month we have the all-stars lineup of experts and go on a full-on technical track, topics ranging from Google Analytics to blazing fast web development. Diving into this month's agenda, we have: Ngeow Wu Han– Keynote: Tribal Leadership Michal Pietrusinski– Everyone Can Do White-Hat SEO Leong Seh Hui– Making the WCKL Podcast Kai Hendry – The Ikiwiki Web Platform Grey Ang – Blazing Fast Web Development with Jade and Stylus Arzumy MD — "I, Paul the Octopus" Brian Ritchie – Analytics on Steriods, Part 1 Summary A fair warning before listening in: there are a couple of F-bombs and mentions of parts of a reproductive organs being and they are kept in-tact, so if you are easily offended even by mild references, stay away :). The event kicks off with Wu Han setting the tone for the event by sharing a five-point scale in the book Tribal Leadership, f...

122 MIN2011 OCT 2
Comments
Webcamp #9 – WCKL All-Stars

WebCamp #8 for the Homeless

The very thing that makes WebCamp KL awesome: rain or shine, WebCamp KL will go on – even on public holidays!Yes, while most Malaysians were celebrating our 54th Independence Day and Hari Raya, we're really pleased that there's a strong turnout and community bonding for this month's event. (and having pizza and beer helps, too!) Despite being a shorter WebCamp than usual, we are glad to have a solid lineup of speakers: Richerd Chan – How I went from being an iPhone developer to sleeping on the streets of Kuala Lumpur Mats Engstrom – Electronics design: from idea to market Summary While we didn't intend to make it the theme, Richerd Chan kicked off with an eye-opening story of how does it feels like being homeless on the streets of Kuala Lumpur for several days: from being exposed to the elements (rain, in particular) to debunking the myth that Kuala Lumpur would be as quiet as a ghost town during the long holidays. And his story is bound to be really juicy when I had to bleep out...

56 MIN2011 SEP 4
Comments
WebCamp #8 for the Homeless

WebCamp #7 – Pecha Kucha Night

EIn the spirit of WebCamp, we are always eager to try new things to spice things up. In this meetup, we are trying out two new formats: Pecha Kucha (20 slides, 20 seconds each) and Powerpoint-Karaoke (impromptu presentations on random slides). We are...

95 MIN2011 JUL 30
Comments
WebCamp #7 – Pecha Kucha Night

WebCamp #6 – WCKL Fluentspace

In this episode, WebCamp KL took a voyage from the mothership (aka MindValley's Hall of Awesomeness) to Fluentspace – an newly established co-working space in Kelana Jaya. The team is really thrilled to be there – looking at the carefully designed interior to the people who decided to make it their sanctuary to get work done. We are also in for a great surprise when more than 70 people showed up for the event – an unprecedented full-house with like-minded people taking up a narrow hall from end to end. Some audiences get so close that they sat right beside the speaker, with only a table separating them both. As usual, the meetup is packed with great talks as well as something fresh: Opening keynote: Welcome to Fluentspace! – Kamal Fariz Mahyuddin, Fluentspace Five Things I Learned, Building Greenroom136 – Patrick Lim, founder of Greenroom136 Web Apps and the Art of Mathematical Betting – Talat Fakhri, founder of Quantips Building EngineerList, the Startup Roots Way – James Ch...

123 MIN2011 JUL 2
Comments
WebCamp #6 – WCKL Fluentspace

WebCamp #5 – The future web, today.

As Rapture's not happening as predicted, what better time to imagine what the future might look like. With a massive boom in web technologies, Webcamp KL have invited great speakers to whip up their crystal balls and share their vision of the future. (despite their humble acknowledgment that they aren't clairvoyant) The awesome lineup for the month consists of: The Future of Storage – Colin Charles, open source software hacker and all sort of stuff A Realtime Web – Kamal Fariz, Fluentspace The History Of The Future – Gareth Davies (aka ShaolinTiger), Blogger, Photographer, Hacker The Performing Arts Goes Digital – Low Ngai Yuen, Kakiseni.com Educating Tomorrow's Kids, Today – Ngeow Wu Han, Mindvalley Q&A panel – with Colin, Chris Hong, Gareth, Ngai Yuen and Wu Han The Global Student Entrepreneurship Award – Min Xian In this month's meetup, we have Colin Charles sharing a birds eyes view on the future of data and storage – everything from databases, NoSQL and even Database as...

185 MIN2011 MAY 27
Comments
WebCamp #5 – The future web, today.

WebCamp 2² – Being an Awesome Underdog

This month's meetup was definitely one that would get everyone's ears perked up as Aaron Chipper, CTO of Friendster came to give a talk. Most of us would fondly remember when Friendster is THE blazing hot social network in Asia and famously known to be plagued by crashes and performance issues before Facebook came in happily gobbled up their user base. And with the announcement of our Malaysian owned MOL Sdn Bhd acquiring Friendster and people are made aware of the patents Friendster owned pertaining to social networks, Friendster has yet again gained media attention and having people wondering what Friendster is up to now. The speaker lineup were as follows: Joget Workflow – Law Tien Soon, VP Open Dynamics “Being Awesome - it's easy! (when you're awesome)” – Aaron Chipper, CTO Friendster How to be an underdog in overdrive – Chu Tzu-Ming, Persuasion Technologies Pitching session: Introducing FeedGeorge.com – See Tho Chee Seong, founder of FeedGeorge.com Event announcement: Sta...

134 MIN2011 APR 29
Comments
WebCamp 2² – Being an Awesome Underdog

WebCamp 三: Coworking Space + CouchDB + Commerializing Mobile = $$$

It's one month after one of the greatest WebCamp turnout, it does feel like it's hard to top that record. But as happy WebCampers, it's great to know that WebCamp is going strong one year after it first started. To wrap up the first quarter of the year, we decided to explore the recent trending topics of the year: the concept of co-working (and remote working, for that matter), NoSQL data stores as well as commercializing mobile application. How fun! :D And here it is, the line up of the month: On his experience starting up White Space – Jason Chow, CEO of White Space Int'l Tearing the Sofa Apart: CouchDB & CouchApps from a Beginner's Perspective – Leong Seh Hui, Application developer, 40Square Commercialise your mobile product and service – Aaron Lee, TeAM supporting partner Pitching session: Careers at Mindvalley – Vishen Lakhiani, founder and CEO, Mindvalley Pitching session: Careers at Antics Media – Khalid Hilaby, lead web developer, Antics Media Summary Everyone loves to ...

123 MIN2011 APR 2
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WebCamp 三: Coworking Space + CouchDB + Commerializing Mobile = $$$
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