Presenters spent a lot of time looking down at their laptops (typically MacBook Pros) as they demonstrated their work to the audience.
Elcom marketer and Web entrepreneur Josh Anstey (left) and Builder AU editor Chris Duckett (right).
Pollenizer co-founder and former Omnidrive and Kazaa CTO Phil Morle (left) and Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes (right).
Webjam organiser and MC Lachlan Hardy
This presenter keeps his business card on his shirt courtesy of a QR code.
One of the first presenters kicks off the night.
The bar. A number of Webjam sponsors, such as browser company Opera, just kept on topping up the tab.
One of Opera's team brought his OLPC laptop.
The main MacBook Pro used for presentations was covered in geeky stickers.
Just one of a number of cool Web-related T-shirts to be found at Webjam.
We spotted a Windows Vista T-shirt in the crowd. The wearer, Will Mason, later confirmed he was indeed a Microsoftie.
The only female presenter talked about local government and Ironman, to popular acclaim.
Webjam 8 was booked out and it showed.
Another Opera staffer, with a great shirt.
One of the last presenters prepped his presentation. Most, if not all of the audience members and presenters, sported some form of smartphone or laptop.
Another great shirt.
These cool people got their table (right next to the bar) early and stayed there all night. Admittedly they didn't have the best view of the presenters.
Does this shirt come from London?
Riges Younan, CEO of just-launched start-up 2vouch, seemed involved in stuff all over Sydney last night.
Just one of several Twitter shirts.
Consultant, author and Twitterer Steve "Doc" Baty.
TechNation.com.au writer Kim Heras (left) and uTag co-founder, Massive Interactive developer and ePharmacy.com.au founder David Vandenberg.
Massive Interactive CTO James Mc Parlane.
Barbie beanie? What was he thinking? On the other hand it does look pretty cool. But where do you even buy one of those?
This presenter made the pretty lights flash on his circuit board. Purty!