Along with a few news tidbits today, here’s my long-awaited ApacheCon NA 2010 blog wrapup, featuring highlights from attendees.
- Isabel Drost did a great series of blog articles about ApacheCon Atlanta, worthy of the heydays when blogging was still king (as opposed to Twitter). In particular she covers Media Training, Hadoop and other H-projects, the keynotes and science and open source, and the last day wrapup.
- Luciano Resende blogged his sessions at ApacheCon, newcomers should especially see how to get started with open source!
- Dana Blankenhorn, a keynoter, also wrote a number of interesting articles, including about the JCP.
- Matthew Sacks of The BitSource had some great posts as well.
- Paul did a podcast about Apache libCloud, now incubating, with Coté from Redmonk, some of our favorite analysts, who also interviewed Grant Ingersoll about Apache Mahout.
- Oscar Castañeda did a great overview, including his perceptions as a Google Summer of Code newcomer to the scene, and a link an interesting Subversion visualization.
- Feathercast’s great podcasts cover Nick Burch and the FastFeather track, Marcel Offermans and OSGi, and Sander Temme with an overview and httpd security tips.
- Bob Sutor gave an interesting keynote showing his geek side titled “Data, Languages, and Problems“.
And of course there’s the official roundup from the show floor at ApacheCon. If I missed your great blog post about this year’s ApacheCon, let me know!
And today is the big day! The Java EC’s vote on the Java 7/8 JSRs concludes today, which will determine the openness – or lack thereof – of the future of Java. I’m sure that Stephen Colbourne will be covering it.