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From Nick Burch <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon keynotes
Date Thu, 22 May 2014 09:58:01 GMT
On Wed, 21 May 2014, David Nalley wrote:
> On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Andrea Pescetti <> wrote:
>> I find this is an excellent idea (well, I just happened to use a couple 
>> of almost unknown Apache projects for work and I wished I had known 
>> about them earlier, since the one-line description in Board Reports is 
>> definitely too terse!) and I would like to see a presentation like 
>> this. Maybe not as a keynote, since those tend to be for the general 
>> public, but as part of a "Community" track.
> I'd urge you to give a presentation about the 'almost unknowns' you 
> discovered. Perhaps research another 10 in the process. I doubt that 
> anyone knows the breadth of the ASF. Your discoveries would likely be 
> eye opening for the audience. '10 projects you've never head of but wish 
> you had'

I've done a few talks along those lines in the past, whihc have been a lot 
of work to prepare for, but generally very popular!

"If you have the content, Apache has the technology"
Apache Content Technologies overview

"The other Apache technologies your big data solution needs"
Lesser known Big Data related projects, and non Big Data ones that 
complement them
Berlin Buzzwords:
BBuzz video:

The big data one gets harder every time I do it, we just keep adding too 
many projects...!


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