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From "Bertrand Delacretaz" <bdelacre...@apache.org>
Subject [ApacheCon] Early Bird registration ends Tuesday March 27th
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2007 14:32:52 GMT
Hi everybody,

Please note that the Early Bird registration for the ApacheCon Europe
2007 (May 1-4, Amsterdam) ends soon, see below for the official
announcement.

See http://www.eu.apachecon.com/ for more details and for the program.

Hope to see you there!

-Bertrand

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Early Bird Registration for ApacheCon Europe 2007 Ends Tuesday 27 March

World-Recognized Technologists, Vendors, Thought-Leaders, and Users
Convene in Amsterdam to Experience the Future of Open Source
Development

FOREST HILL, MD -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 21, 2007 -- ApacheCon Europe
2007, the official conference, trainings, and expo of the Apache
Software Foundation (ASF), today announced the deadline for Early Bird
registration ends on Tuesday, 27 March 2007.

With engaging plenary and keynote addresses, technical presentations,
informal networking, peer discussions, Birds-of-a-Feather sessions,
and entertaining social events, ApacheCon delves into the highly
lauded community that develops and shepherds industry-leading Open
Source projects, including Apache HTTP Server -- the world's most
popular Web server software for more than a decade.

ApacheCon Europe takes place 1-4 May 2007 at the Mövenpick Hotel in
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Special Registration-Plus-Hotel Conference
Package offers savings up to US$238; Conference passes range from
US$450 - US$1,700 with an average savings of US$150 with Early Bird
pricing. Trainings are US$350 for half-day sessions, and US$550 for
full-day courses. Register today at http://www.eu.apachecon.com/.

With more than 100 sessions on groundbreaking technologies and
emerging industry trends, conference participants meet, mingle, and
exchange ideas with like-minded peers in a relaxed, community-focused
environment. Highlights include:

"Abstraction and extraction: in praise of": Keynote addresses from
Steven Pemberton, Web Usability Expert at CWI and Chair, W3C XHTML and
XForms Working Groups.

"Open Source: It's a license, not a business model or a development
model": Keynote address by Dr. Margo Seltzer, Herchel Smith Professor
of Computer Science, Harvard University Division of Applied Sciences.

Full-and Half-Day Training Sessions taught by industry experts,
offering hands-on instruction on Apache Projects Axis2, ApacheDS,
Jackrabbit, Jetspeed, HTTP Server, Lucene, Maven, MyFaces, emerging
initiatives from the Apache Incubator, and widely-deployed standards
such as SSL and XSLT.

Popular Developer Presentations on flagship Apache and Open Source
technologies, including Geronimo, Harmony, HTTP Server, Tomcat, AJAX,
Cocoon, Databases, Derby, Eclipse, Jakarta, LDAP, Portlets, Roller,
Security, SpamAssassin, and WebDAV, as well as a look into projects
from the ASF Incubator and Labs at the new ApacheCon Fast Feather
Track.

Business Track featuring panel sessions, presentations, and case
studies that address core Open Source business, marketing,
standardization, community-building, and legal/licensing issues, as
well as explore broader areas such as the Semantic Web, Web Services,
Web 2.0, and mobile technologies.

Sponsor Events and Expo gives attendees direct access to
industry-leading organizations such as BlackHat, Covalent, Google
(NASDAQ: GOOG), the Java Community Process, and Sun Microsystems
(NASDAQ: SUNW) as well as "first-looks" at new technologies and
products showcased by emerging players such as Hippo, Nexaweb, Ordina,
and WSO2.

Special Events include geeking, hacking, and relaxing in the Online
Lounge, conference and sponsor receptions, out-of-the-box public
speaking at the Lighting Talks, and more!

Corporate Sponsorship, Exhibitor, and government participation
opportunities are available; contact Delia Frees at
delia@apachecon.com or on +1 707 765 0823 for more information.

Event media partners include: Apress, CMS Channel, CMS Center,
DevTownStation, DigiMedia, European Web Association, Free Software
Magazine, Integration Developer News, Linux Magazine, LXer, Methods &
Tools, Open Enterprise Trends, Slashdot, Software Development Articles
Directory, Software Development Tools Directory, Software Development
News, and Webtech 2007. To become a Media Partner, contact Sally
Khudairi on +1 617 921 8656 or sk@apache.org.
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