The first BarCampScotland even took place last year but I didn't know about it at the time so this will be the first I have attended. The intention with BarCamp seems to be to generate as much online content as possible. Videos on youtube, photos on flickr, presentations on slideshare. Wanting to know what I was letting myself in for I decided to set some time today to see what has previously been posted.
There isn't really much content, except photos, from the first BarCampScotland so I started to expand my search to BarCamp in general. There has been some decent content presented by various people. Below are some I found particularly interesting (though in no particular order . . .
DIY User Research Leisa Reichelt
This isn't really an area I know much about though though have the uncomfortable feeling that I should. It is a nice introduction though be prepared for the slides running out before the 'story' is complete.
This is perhaps the most complete overview of scaling a web application I've seen. I suspect the actual presentation would have felt something like a whirlwind going overhead but as we can take our time over each slide it's manageable, and very informative.