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The Lafayette CampFiber

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Introducing - The Lafayette CampFiber!


Inspired by the community, ad hoc, unconference model of BarCamp, and driven by the desire to spark the imagination of developers to create the next generation of big bandwidth applications, the Lafayette CampFiber will bring together local developers in the Lafayette area to discuss the opportunities being created by the deployment of LUSFiber, soon to be one of the fastest residential networks in the country.


Date: July 16th, 2009

Time: 5pm - 7pm

Where: Travis Technology Center in Lafayette, LA.


It will feature the following components:


  • Presentations by attendees on issues related to application development
  • Q&A with LUS on issues related to the network relevant to app development
  • Discussions related to creating the ecosystem needed in Lafayette to foster the growth of application developers and their companies




Additional Proposed Sessions:


  • Links / PR / Blogs / Info:

add any links or blog posts below.

I should be coding

Acadiana Adobe User Group

Acadiana Open Source Group


Sponsorship Info:

Thanks to the following sponsors for their support of The Lafayette CampFiber




Geoff Daily



Register by clicking "edit page" at the top of this page and adding your name below. The password is c4mp. or Register on the Event Brite page.



Chris Schultz

Raymond Camden

Aaron Lozier

Nicholas Istre



Much more info to come soon as we set up a site for registration and group discussion.


To learn more, keep an eye on this site, or feel free to contact me at: app.rising (@) gmail.com


My name's Geoff Daily. My site's www.app-rising.com. And I believe that the future of the Internet will be built in Lafayette, LA.