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Registrations Open for ApacheCon Europe 2009

ApacheCon Europe 2009

Registrations are now open for ApacheCon Europe 2009, held at the Mövenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, between the 23rd and 27th March.
The official user conference of the Apache Software Foundation features over a dozen training workshops from Industry Experts, over sixty 1 hour sessions, and new to ApacheCon this year - BarCampApache, Geeks for Geeks Track and Apache Hackathon!

Early Bird Registrations are still available until February 6th before prices go up, for more info go to the ApacheCon Website now.

Travel Assistance to ApacheCon Europe 2009 is now open

The Apache Travel Assistance Committee has opened up applications to help get people to ApacheCon that otherwise would not be able to attend.
Our Budget is tight and there are very few places. Applications will close on 4th February 2009 so dont delay!

Check out the Travel Assistance page for more details and a link to the application form

Call For Papers open for ApacheCon US 2009

The Call for papers (CFP) is now open for ApacheCon US 2009. The deadline for submissions is 28 Februrary 2009.
More Information can be found on the ApacheCon Website.

Free Video Streams from ApacheCon US 2008

ApacheCon New Orleans has ended. You can still watch all the keynotes and selected talks online.. Keynote sessions are available free of charge

Apache Tuscany enables service oriented architecture solutions to more easily respond to new business requirements.

Apache Tuscany, a new Top-Level Project of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), today announced the release of version 1.3.2 of its Service Component Architecture (SCA) for Java – the Project's latest release since its graduation from the ASF Incubator four months ago.

ApacheCon US 2008 in New Orleans

ApacheCon US 2008 will be held 3-7 November in New Orleans, Louisiana. Our conference schedule is available, and we're now pleased to announce our keynote speakers:

  • Sam Ramji, Microsoft
  • David Recordon, Six Apart, Open Web Foundation
  • Shahani Markus Weerawarana, Ph.D.

This year ApacheCon features: over a dozen training workshops and over 60 presentations, the new BarCamp Apache, the co-located OFBiz Symposium, Camp Hadoop, the Fast Feather Track, funny Lightning Talks, the Hackathon for ASF contributors, and a lot more. If you can't attend ApacheCon this time, you can can sign up to watch live streaming video of keynotes, Apache 101 sessions, and the system administration and security tracks.

To register and for further information please go to the ApacheCon Web site If you would like to receive information about ApacheCon US 2008, please subscribe to the ApacheCon announcement mailing list.

At OSCON, Microsoft announced their Sponsorship of The Apache Software Foundation, joining Google and Yahoo! at Platinum level. The generous contributions by Sponsoring organizations and individuals help offset the day-to-day operating expenses to advance the work of The ASF.

The Apache Software Foundation's "Apache Way" continues to gain momentum, recognition and influence on the future of open source technologies

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) – stewards, incubators, and developers of leading Open Source projects – today announced that both the organization's community and its meritocratic process (known as "the Apache Way") continues to gain recognition as one of the most influential, prominent and innovative leaders in Open Source.

A midyear review of the initiatives underway at the all-volunteer Foundation showed that not only does the Apache HTTP Server continue to be the world's most popular Web server software, but numerous ASF Projects lead the way in Open Source technology, and the ASF community is also playing a vital role in championing the collaborative development of consensus-driven, enterprise-grade solutions.

Free Video Streams from ApacheCon Europe 2008

ApacheCon Europe 2008 held in Amsterdam was a great success, and attracted higher than ever attendance figures, with about 500 registered attendees. This figure represents an increase of more than 40% over the previous year, demonstrating the rapidly growing interest in Apache and Open Source software amongst European businesses. If you have not been able to attend ApacheCon Europe, you can still watch videos of all keynotes and select talks online. Keynote sessions and the opening plenary are available free of charge.