Jagadish Venkatraman from the Apache Samza project talks to us about Samza, his presenation at ApacheCon North America 2017 and how Samza is being used by some very well known companies like LinkedIn and Uber.
ApacheCon North America 2017 attendee interview with Mel Llaguno. Mel talks to us about Coverity Scan and how it could help Apache projects.
ApacheCon North America 2017 attendee interview with Kevin McGrail. We talk to Kevin about his new role as VP Fundraising and the goals he’d like to achieve over the coming year.
ApacheCon NA 2017 attendee interview with Paul Angus
Another regular event at Apachecon North America will be the PGP Keysigning. Here we talk to Jean- Frederic Clere about the the Key Signing and why it is so important for Apache to build and expand our web our web of trust.
(NOTE: If you act as a Release Manager for any Apache project then you should really be attending this).
If you want to participate in the Key Signing, please send your key to email@example.com and see additional information in the ApacheCon Wiki.
Apache OpenWhisk is an incubating project that has a couple of presentations on the Apachecon schedule. Here we talk to Carlos Santana about OpenWhisk, his upcoming presentation and whether he can play guitar!
Register for Apachecon at apachecon.com
Nithya Ruff, who is heads up the open source program at Comcast, will be keynoting at ApacheCon in Miami in two weeks. She’ll be speaking about how so many companies are transitioning to technology companies, regardless of their industry, and about the ubiquity of Apache software at Comcast.
I spoke with her last week about what she’ll be talking about, and related topics.
You can still register for ApacheCon at apachecon.com. See you in Miami!