"The term 'BarCamp' has nothing to do with alcohol but everything to do with high spirits - a spirit of sharing ideas in a free and fun environment." - Outlook Business
"A gathering of folk who, in one way or another, aim to make the world a better place." - Dr Koh Niak Wu
"Barcamp Cyberjaya its one amazing adhoc event where we see young mind share their idea and get it feedback with industry fellow." - Mr. Curry Khoo

Unlike typical conferences, BarCamp has no preset of speakers. BarCamp is a user-generated conference that brings people together to share their passion!

You can choose to be an audience or speaker

You are welcome to share your knowledge or experiences. Speakers are encouraged to talk about technology, entrepreneurship, education or any other topics as long as it does not touch sensitive topics like politics and religions.

You can choose who get to speak

Voting session will be held for proposed topics.

That means, the speaker lineup is generated by everyone who comes(including you) on that day itself. We can't wait to see what everyone will share and learn in this BarCamp!

You can choose which talks to attend

Multiple talks will be held on the same timetrack, choose the one that you like! You are encouraged to leave the session quietly if you would like to exit a talk at any time.

Talks Awards

Cash voucher will be given out for the top 3 speakers! Not a competition but this is to encourage participants to demonstrate their best presentation and impromptu skills!

Boardgames

None of the talks interest you? Stay in the lobby and play boardgames!

No worry about money

Registration is FREE! Lunch, tea-time and water are provided! Tshirt will be given to those who registered earlier!

What is more?

There is LUCKYDRAW for participants this year! Arduino Beginner Kits and power banks will be given out!

Venue

Agenda

TIME BARCAMP EXHIBITION
12:00 - 12:45 Check In / Lunch Exhibition Peak Session
12:45 - 13:30 Propose Topic / Networking / Solat
13:30 - 13:45 Lightning talk Inactive Session
14:15 - 15:00 Session #1
  • Future of Work by Raveesh Dewan(CQMX0001/ FCI Lecture Hall)
  • October CMS -- The open semi flat-file CMS by Nicolas Yip Z. W.(CNMX1002/ XR1002)
  • How To extract Open Data from Government PDFs + sites by Michael Leow(CNMX1003/ XR1003)
  • The IOT Generation and Its Future Development by Mohamed Affian (CNMX1004/ XR1004)
  • We're Running a Demo D&D (5e) Session for anyone interested by Willie Poh (MPH)
15:00 - 15:05 Move Around
15:05 - 15:50 Session #2
  • Preside Platform Deep-Dive by Alex Skinner(CQMX0001/ FCI Lecture Hall)
  • Deploy Your App to Google App Engine in 1 minute by Tevanraj Elengoe(CNMX1003/ XR1003)
  • How to Get a Job In China and Why I Burnt It by Anonoz Chong(CNMX1004/ XR1004)
  • We're Running a Demo D&D (5e) Session for Anyone Interested by Willie Poh (MPH)
  • Malaya, Natural Language Toolkit Bahasa Malaysia Powered by Husein Zolkepli(CNMX1005/ XR1005)
15:50 - 15:55 Move Around
15:55 - 16:40 Session #3
  • Flutter for Mobile App and New Front-End Technology by Mustofa Ghaleb Amami(CQMX0001/ FCI Lecture Hall)
  • OpenPromises: Civic Engagement through Technology by Seah Eu Hen (CNMX1003/ XR1003)
  • Mental Illness - Those which You Can't Find on Google by Tey Wei Long(CNMX1004/ XR1004)
  • We're Running a Demo D&D (5e) Session for Anyone Interested by Willie Poh (MPH)
16.40 - 17:00 Teatime / Solat Exhibition Peak Session
17:15 - 18:00 Session #4
  • A Career Journey of an IT Architect by Chris Par (CQMX0001/ FCI Lecture Hall)
  • What is DevOps? by Suyash Mohan (CNMX1003/ XR1003)
  • Cyber Consumer Redefinition by Siraj Jalil(CNMX1004/ XR1004)
  • Digitalising SME Through Online : The Challenges vs Strategies by Abd Azharee Bin Abdul Wahid (CNMX1005/ XR1005)
  • We're Running a Demo D&D (5e) Session for Anyone Interested by Willie Poh (MPH)
Inactive Session
18:00 - 18.05 Move Around
18:05 - 18:50 Session #5
  • Easy cloud management & web development with RunCloud by Habib (CQMX0001/ FCI Lecture Hall)
  • How to be a programmer - no CS Degree, no Coding Bootcamp! by Amirul Abu (CNMX1003/ XR1003)
  • Introduction to Reinforcement Learning by Too Seng Wei (CNMX1004/ XR1004)
  • Introduction to Convolution Neural Network by Ching June Hao (CNMX1005/ XR1005)
  • We're Running a Demo D&D (5e) Session for Anyone Interested by Willie Poh (MPH)
18:50 - 19:20 Lightning talk / Lucky draw / Prize Giving Session
19:20 End

How to Get to MMU

Public Transport

  1. Take KLIA Transit to Putrajaya/Cyberjaya station.
  2. Take taxi to Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics, or
  3. Take the bus Nadi Putra 520 to MMU.

Driving

  1. Just find MMU Cyberjaya on your navigation app.
  2. Once you are inside there will be road signs showing you where to park!
PAST BARCAMP CYBERJAYA

Frequently Asked Questions

What can we talk about in BarCamp?

Speakers are encouraged to conduct sessions that are related to technology, entrepreneurship, and education (because we are in a university in Cyberjaya right?). But, you can also talk about any other topics that you like, as long as other participants vote on it.

Speakers should refrain from touching on sensitive topics such as politics and religions.

How many tracks are there, and how long is each session?

There will be a varying number of simultaneous tracks. Each session will be roughly 45 minutes long.

What are the themes for this year?

There are a few focus topics this year, namely:

Don't worry if your talk doesn't fall into any of these categories, you can still propose a talk and we'll leave the participants to vote on it!

What equipments are provided and what do I need to bring?

Each MMU FCI classroom is equipped with:

If your device (such as MacBook or iPads) does not have VGA output, please bring your own VGA adapter.

What about food?

There will be free lunch provided. Also, if you signed up as a vegan, we will do our best to cater to your needs.

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