ApacheCon NA 2016: George Percivall and the Geospatial track

With help from a number of other people, George Percivall facilitated the creation of the Geospatial track at ApacheCon this year. Here’s George talking about what that entails, and what kind of topics will be covered.

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ApacheCon NA 2016 – Roman Shaposhnik: ODPi and the Incubator

Roman Shaposhnik will be speaking a number of times at the upcoming ApacheCon. He’ll be speaking about ODPi, and about the Incubator. He’ll also be MCing the popular Podling Shark Tank.

If you want to participate in the Podling Shark Tank, you should sign up on the wiki.

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ApacheCon 2016: Aldrin Piri and Apache Nifi

Aldrin Piri will be speaking about Apache Nifi at ApacheCon in a few weeks. Here’s a short preview of what he’ll be presenting.

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ApacheCon NA 2016: Sunil Shah, Mesos

Sunil Shah will be speaking at ApacheCon about Apache Mesos. I spoke with him briefly about ApacheCon and his talk.

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Anatole Tresch – Apache Tamaya

Anatole Tresch will be speaking at ApacheCon next month in Vancouver about Apache Tamaya. I spoke with him about what Tamaya is, and what he’ll be addressing in his talk.

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Andrus Adamchik – Bootique (ApacheCon NA 2016)

Andrus Adamchik will be speaking at ApacheCon in Vancouver about Bootique, which is “a minimally opinionated technology for building container-less runnable Java applications.” I spoke with Andrus about Bootique, and his talk:

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