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Here’s a rag-tag rundown of UK/Irish/Europe events related to startups and Web 2 that might be worth checking out. Feel free to pimp more in the comments. For a previous list which has even more upcoming events in April/May/June etc see here. The picture was taken at the recent DrinkTank event in London, which put a lot of startups and potential investors in one room. Over drinks, incredibly. More pics here.

geeKyoto 2008
May 17th: Mark Simpkins and O’Reilly author Ben Hammersley are putting together a conference on how developers can help save the environment called geeKyoto 2008.

GameCamp2008
GameCamp 2008 is taking place on Saturday May 3rd in the Spitalfields area of London.

MiniBar on May 25th

North West Startups
14 May NS20 – Silicon Valley and Investment Readiness
Thinking Digital Conference
Newcastle
21-23 May 2008

Seedcamp dates:
Kiev 21st-22nd May
Paris – 6th June
Berlin – 20th June
Erlang Exchange – London – 27- June
Seedcamp Week – 15 September

Top Cats in June
London

Social Media – Tuesday 6th May

Facebook Developer Garage
MAY 7th
London

Next08
Hamburg
May 15

Telegraph Labs: Developer Weekend 2008
The Telegraph Media Group’s weekend for web developers at its offices in Victoria, London on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th April 2008.

Hints and Tips from established entrepreneurs
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Brighton

BarCampUKYouthOnline
Saturday, May 17, 2008
London

Mashed (formerly BBC HackDay)
Saturday, June 21, 2008 – Sunday, June 22, 2008
8:00 PM – 11:00 PM

“School Assembly”
Y Combinator / Startup School style event in Brighton
Thursday, May 1

Ireland:

3Dcamp
Barcamp being held in Limerick – 3Dcamp.barcamp.ie
At at the University of Limerick.
The theme will be ‘The internet beyond the 2D browser’. The organisers hope to attract talks on, and participants interested in, virtual worlds, 3D modelling techniques and tools, Augmented Reality, GPS and Location-based-services and mapping, among other things.

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