Ready to attend BarCamp Nashville 2013? Here’s how you register for the event and start getting connected with your fellow attendees!
Create a Profile
The first thing you’ll need to do is create a profile. Enter your basic information and share whatever career and social media information you’d like to make available for other attendees.
Be sure you complete the dropdown that asks whether you’re attending BarCamp Nashville 2013. By changing that box to “yes,” you’ll be registered! (Don’t forget to select your t-shirt size too!)
When you’re all done, click the “create new account” button at the bottom of the page.
Then, check your email and click on the link sent there to verify your address.
If you created a profile last year, you’ll simply need to log in, make any changes to your information as necessary, and complete the dropdown that shows you’ll be attending in 2013.
Update Your Profile
Now that you have a profile and are registered for BarCamp Nashville 2013, click on the Edit tab at any time to add or change your information. Want to add a photo of yourself? Click the Profile button from the Edit tab to select a photo or update your other options.
Connect With Attendees
One of the greatest aspects of BarCamp Nashville is opportunity to network with others in the tech community, so why not get a head start?
At any time leading up to Nov. 2, you’ll have the ability to scroll through a list of those people who have RSVPed to BCN13. Those outstanding people are listed on our Who’s Going page. Take some time to check out that list several times prior to the event and make connections via social media. Then, be sure to introduce yourself at BCN13!
Sessions and Lunch
Be sure to keep your eyes open for emails prior to the event of important updates you’ll want to make to your profile page.
When the option for favoriting sessions is made available, add the sessions you’re interested in attending – and potentially voting for the day of the event – to your list. These favorited sessions help the potential speaker gauge interest in his or her topic prior to the voting periods at the event.
You’ll also want to pay attention to any and all announcements regarding lunch. Because, after all, food is important!