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ApacheCon set for Amsterdam

Mar 4, 2008 — by Eric Brown — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

The Apache Software Foundation will host a conference in Amsterdam, from April 7-11. The open source conference will start with two days of “intense” training classes, says the Foundation, followed by three days of over 50 sessions on open source software.

Conference topics range from Apache development trends to open source licensing issues. The keynote is by Cliff Schmidt, founder of $5 iPod project, Literacy Bridge, aimed at “reducing global illiteracy, poverty, and disease.”


ApacheCon will be held at the Movenpick Hotel in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from April 7-11. More information is available here.

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