Apache Pivot, with Roger Whitcomb

In this episode of FeatherCast, I talk with Roger Whitcomb, the PMC Chair of the Apache Pivot project.

According to the Pivot website, Apache Pivot™ is an open-source platform for building installable Internet applications (IIAs). I talked with Roger to give some more depth to that definition.

Tuesday Content track from ApacheCon NA 2015

Here’s Tuesday’s Content track from ApacheCon NA 2015 in Austin.

Science Track, ApacheCon Austin 2015

Here’s the Science track from Monday at ApacheCon NA, 2015, in Austin

Community track, ApacheCon NA 2015 Austin

Here’s the audio from the Monday community track at ApacheCon in Austin.

Nick Burch – The Apache Way

Bob Paulin – The Apache Way With Kids – Using Community Over Code in the First Robotics Competition

Shane Curcuru – How To Keep Your Apache Project’s Independence

Rich Bowen – RTFM – Write a Better FM

Suresh Marru – Get More Out of GSoC Opportunities – A Win-Win for Both Projects and Students

Kevin Wang – Volunteer to Teach High School CS Without Quitting Your Day Job

ApacheCon North America 2015, httpd Founders Panel

Over the coming days, I’ll be posting the audio from a selection of sessions from ApacheCon North America, in Austin, Texas.

I’m going to start with the httpd founders’ panel, which I was honored to moderate. On the panel, we had Roy Fielding. Ken Coar, Jim Jagielski, Dirk-Willem van Gulik, Randy Terbush, and myself.

If the player below doesn’t work for you, you can listen HERE.

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

Or, download them all HERE.

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

Or, download them all HERE.

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

Or, download them all HERE.