Free Live Stream of Apachecon Europe Keynotes

Apr 07, 2008

Linux Magazine is broadcasting a live stream from ApacheCon Europe 2008, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (April 9 through 11). The keynotes from the developer conference are available free of charge.

ApacheCon is the official Apache Software Foundation (ASF) conference. Numerous talks focus on Apache, Tomcat, Lucene, and many other topics with subjects ranging from system administration, Java and Ajax development and Web services through to Web application security.

Cliff Schmidt from Literacy Bridge is giving the keynote on the first day of the conference; Literacy Bridge fights illiteracy using Open Source technologies. On day two, the Open Source Initiative's (OSI) Rishab Ayer Ghosh will discuss various collaboration models under the heading of "Apache and Steam Engines". Roy Fielding, the co-founder and Vice President of ASF will be holding a keynote on "Apache 3.0" where he will be talking about the next major step in the Web server's development.

The following keynotes are available as free live streams: State of the Feather by Jim Jagielski, Chairman of the Apache Software Foundation Wednesday April 9, at 9.00 am Amsterdam time; . Using Audio Technology and Open Content to Reduce Global Illiteracy, Poverty and Disease by Cliff Schmidt, Executive Director of Literacy Bridge Wednesday April 9, at 9:30 am Amsterdam time. Apache and Steam Engines: the Magic of Collaborative Innovation by Rishab Aiyer Ghosh, Open Source Initiative Board Member Thursday April 10 at 11:30 am Amsterdam time. Apache 3.0 (a Tall Tale) by Roy Fielding, co-founder of the Apache Software Foundation Friday April 11 at 4:30 pm Amsterdam time. For more information on live streaming, visit this site.

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