ApacheCon North America 2014 Sessions, Welton Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Welton room.

Apache Olingo – OData as the SQL for the Web – Stephan Klevenz

Essential Elements of an Enterprise PaaS – Lakmal Warusawithana

Apache CXF 3.0 – almost there! – Dan Kulp

Solid RESTful Services with Apache CXF – Paul Wilson

JAX-RS 2.0 With Apache CXF – Sergey Beryozkin

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ApacheCon North America 2014 Sessions – Platte River Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Platte River room.

Introduction to Apache jclouds – Everett Toews

Apache Libcloud – Sebastien Goasguen

Mobile, multi-cloud management on top of libcloud – Dimitris Moraitis

Software Defined Networking in CloudStack – Hugo Trippaers

Taming the Cloud Database with Apache jclouds – Zack Shoylev

Using cloud based VMs to build community – Ross Gardler

How to Contribute to Apache Usergrid – David Johnson

Your private cloud should be more than just OpenStack! – Justin Erenkrantz

Apache JSPWiki – Siegfried Goeschl

Apache Karaf in real life – Łukasz Dywicki

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ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions – Molly Brown Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Molly Brown room.

The state of the feather – Ross Gardler

Technology behind Whimsy.apache.org – Sam Ruby

Apache Incubator: the gateway into the “Apache Way” and is a continual mentoring venue – Suresh Marru, Roman Shaposhnik

Let Me Help You. Don’t Fear the Man with the Free T-Shirts – Mark Hinkle

Get more out of GSoC opportunities: A Win-Win for both Projects and Students – Suresh Marru, Sachith Withana

Getting the Most out of the Incubator – Marvin Humphrey

Supporting Apache Brands While Making A Profit – Shane Curcuru

Should you bring your project to the Apache Software Foundation? – David Nalley

Enabling Walkup Contributions to Your Project Documentation – Everett Toews

What does ‘built by volunteers’ mean? – Ross Gardler

Open Source Marketing for Hackers – Rob Weir

The Apache Way – Nick Burch

Podling Post-Mortem: Looking Back on Incubation and Lessons Learned – Joe Brockmeier

Building a Country on Apache Open Source – Johan Edstrom, Jeff Genender

Open Source Enterprise – Benjamin Young

Three Shall Be The Number – Jim Jagielski

Git at the ASF?? Surely you must be joking – David Nalley

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ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions – Lawrence B Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Lawrence B room.

Intro to Cordova & Cordova CLI workflow – Steve Gill

Connecting Arduino and Phones with Bluetooth and Cordova – Don Coleman

Writing NFC applications with Apache Cordova – Don Coleman

Developing Native Mobile Applications using JavaScript – Hazem Saleh

Crowd Sourcing Translations — A Look at How Apache Cordova’s Documentation is Available in Multiple Languages – Lisa DeLuca

Introduction to Apache Aurora – William Farner

Content Generation / Writer Assistance tool as an extension of OpenNLP – Boris Galitsky

Introducing JDBC for SPARQL – Rob Vesse

Oak, the architecture of Apache Jackrabbit 3.0 – Jukka Zitting

Continuous Automated Deployment with Apache ACE – Jan Willem Janssen, Marcel Offermans

/path/to/content – the Apache Jackrabbit content repository – Jukka Zitting

Using the Apache Linked Data Stack – Reto Gmür

Adding Modularity Afterwards with Embedded OSGi – Bob Paulin

Apache Mavibot : MVCC Btree in Java to the rescue – Emmanuel Lécharny

Advanced Enterprise Architectures using Apache Frameworks – Heath Kesler

Production Debugging Techniques – Theo Schlossnagle

Apache Camel Business Patterns – Ben O’Day

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ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions – Lawrence A Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Lawrence A room.

Apache Airavata: Building an Elastic Platform as a Service Using the Apache Ecosystem – Suresh Marru

Utilising the power of Apache OODT with open source Business Intelligence tools – Tom Barber

Apache SIS and standards in Geospatial information – Martin Desruisseaux

RESTless API Design with Apache Thrift: Experiences from Rearchitecting Apache Airavata – Suresh Marru, Chathuri Wimalasena

A case of for polar data: integrating the NetCDF file type into Apache Tika – Annie Burgess

Data Munging and Analysis for Scientific Applications – Raminder Singh

Apache Streams – Simplifying Real-Time data integration – Steve Blackmon

Developing Cordova Applications with Eclipse IDE – Gorkem Ercan

Security best practices for Apache web services – Colm Ó hÉigeartaigh

Session Clustering with Cassandra and Apache Shiro – Les Hazlewood

Improving performance for security enabled web services – Colm Ó hÉigeartaigh

Easy Application Security with Apache Shiro – Les Hazlewood

Releasing Apache Software – Marvin Humphrey

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Apache development with GitHub and Travis CI
Jukka Zitting

Policing Apache Project Brand Use By Third Parties – Shane Curcuru

New Monitoring System for ASF – Jan Iversen

SVNPubSub – A notification API for Subversion – Ben Reser

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ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions – Horace Tabor Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Horace Tabor room.

Apache HTTPD 2.4 – Jim Jagielski

Configurable Configuration in httpd 2.4 – Rich Bowen

Debugging Tricks with Apache HTTP Server 2.4 – Jeff Trawick

The mod_proxy cookbook – Daniel Ruggeri

Demystifying mod_rewrite – Rich Bowen

(Re)Introducing mod_lua – Daniel Gruno

Utilizing the Web – or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love HTML5 – Daniel Gruno

The poor man’s guide to running apps in the cloud – Daniel Lopez

SSL State of the Union – Sander Temme

Apache httpd SSL; End-to-End – William A. Rowe Jr.

Apache Sling – a REST-based Web Application Framework – Carsten Ziegeler

What’s Happening in The Apache Flex Project – Alex Harui

FlexJS: Flex for JavaScript – Alex Harui

Apache Felix Web Console – Web Based OSGi Framework Administration
Carsten Ziegeler

Felix HTTP – Paving the road to the future – Jan Willem Janssen, Marcel Offermans

Building OSGi Components – Carsten Ziegeler

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ApacheCon North America recordings, Curtis Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Curths room.

Using Apache Commons SCXML 2.0: a general-purpose and standards based state machine engine – Ate Douma

But we’re already open source! Why would I want to bring my code to Apache? – Nick Burch

Fast Feather Track

Introducing Log4j 2.0 – Matt Sicker

Log4j 2 in Web Applications: A Deeper Look at Effective Java EE Logging – Nicholas Williams

Apache Commons Pool and DBCP – Phil Steitz

Your Graph is Showing: The Trend toward Graph Databases – Greg Jordan

Turning NoSQL data into Graphs – Playing with Apache Giraph and Apache Gora – Renato Marroquin

Deploying Apache Gora as a Query Broker – Lewis John McGibbney

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ApacheCon North America 2014 recordings, Blake room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Blake room.

Transitioning Open Office to Apache – a retrospective – Andrew Rist

Translators and developers are equally important in Apache OpenOffice – Jan Iversen

Community and Ecosystem: From OpenOffice.org to Apache OpenOffice – Louis Suarez-Potts

Fuzzing Apache OpenOffice: An Approach to Automated Black-box Security Testing – Rob Weir

Porting the OpenOffice.org website to the Apache CMS – David Fisher

Changing Apache Openoffice build system with 4000+ files – Jan Iversen

Designing a Beautiful REST+JSON API – Les Hazlewood

Build a Killer Client for Your REST+JSON API – Les Hazlewood

Croquet: Combining Wicket, Jetty, Hibernate, and Guice – William Speirs

Development of a Groovy based DSL for Apache OFBiz – Jacopo Cappellato

Osmosis – a PDF Conversion Tool using Apache PDFBox and Apache POI – David Fisher

Building Enterprise Level Applications with Apache Flex and Java – Christofer Dutz

Apache TomEE, JavaEE Web Profile and More on Tomcat – David Blevins

Apache Tomcat and SSL – Mark Thomas

Monitoring Apache Tomcat – Christopher Schultz

Migrating to Apache Tomcat 8 – Mark Thomas

Connecting Tomcat to the World: Performance and other considerations when selecting a Tomcat connector – Christopher Schultz, Jean-Frederic Clere

A Practical use of Servlet 3.1: Implementing WebSocket – Mark Thomas

Tutorial: Creating Linux Packages for your Project – Sean Mackrory

Tutorial: CXF WS-Security and WS-ReliableMessaging – Dennis Sosnoski

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ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions – Confluence Room

The following are recordings of ApacheCon North America 2014 sessions that occurred in the Confluence room.

What’s New In Apache Solr? – Chris Hostetter

Introduction to SolrCloud – Timothy Potter

Apache Lucene 4 – Robert Muir

Solr’s SolrCloud, The State of the Union – Mark Miller

Building Google-in-a-box: using Apache SolrCloud and Bigtop to index your bigdata – Roman Shaposhnik

Hacking Lucene for Custom Search Results – Doug Turnbull

‘Shrinking the Haystack’ using Apache Solr and OpenNLP – Wes Caldwell

Deploying and managing SolrCloud in the cloud – Timothy Potter

Hidden Gems: Getting More Out Of Apache Solr – Chris Hostetter

Test Driven Relevancy — How to Work with Content Experts to Optimize and Maintain Search Relevancy – Doug Turnbull

Building next generation, personalized search applications – Amit Nithianandan

Native Code and Off-Heap Data-structures for Solr – Yonik Seeley

Secrets of Apache Tika – Jukka Zitting

Building your big data search stack with Apache Nutch 2.x – Lewis John McGibbney

What’s with the 1s and 0s? Making sense of binary data at scale with Tika and friends – Nick Burch

Allura – A Gentle Introduction – Wayne Witzel III

Diving Deeper into Allura – Dave Brondsema

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Steven Gill, Apache Cordova

Cordova is an exciting new(ish) project to produce an mobile application development framework. While at ApacheCon in Denver, I spoke with Steven Gill about the project.