In just a bit more than a month, the mile-high city is going to play host to a triple-feature of open source IT goodness:
Starting April 7th and running through the 11th, you’ll have a chance to connect with folks developing and deploying some of the most used infrastructure in the world. Apache Web server? Check. Apache Hadoop? Check. Lucene, Solr, Libcloud, Kafka, Cordova…? Check, check… well you get the idea. Also CentOS and Apache CloudStack.
The schedule for each of these events is outstanding. Oh, and I managed to sneak in a few talks as well. I’ll be doing a talk at each:
- Podling Post-Mortem: Looking Back on Incubation and Lessons Learned (ApacheCon)
- Release Management: How Can We Do Better? (CloudStack Collaboration Conference)
- Understanding Software Collections (CentOS Dojo)
You really, really don’t want to miss this year’s ApacheCon, and stay for the Dojo and CloudStack Collab because they’re also going to be chock full of goodness. You can register for ApacheCon here, and register for the CentOS Dojo for just $50 through March 20 and add the CCC registration there as well. Or just register for the CentOS Dojo on April 10th separately if you can only make one day.
Have questions about any of the events? Drop me a note by email or hit me up on Twitter, happy to try to help or find the right person. Hope to see you in Denver!