Linux Foundation Vice President and creator of LinuxCon and CloudOpen Amanda McPherson recentlyblogged about our 2014 event schedule. New on the calendar this year is the addition of both ApacheCon and the CloudStack Collaboration Conference. The CFP for both of these events closes this Saturday, as does the CFP for The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, Android Builders Summit and Embedded Linux Conference.
Here are some highlights for each event:
ApacheCon: April 7-9, 2014 in Denver
Doubles its tracks this year, increasing content coverage across many Apache projects. Projects already represented on the forthcoming program include Hadoop, Subversion, Felix, Tomcat, CloudStack, HTTPServer, Lucene, Shiro, Cassandra, Tika, Traffic Server, CXF, and Hive, among at least eight others.
CloudStack Collaboration Conference North America: April 9-11, 2014 in Denver
Register for ApacheCon and attend CloudStack for free
Early-bird registration deadline is this Friday, January 31
The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit: March 26-28, 2014 in Napa
Invitation-only, exclusive event for Linux Foundation members and partners.
Focus is on best practices for Linux and collaborative development
Content coverage on Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects and workgroups with face-to-face collaboration on the opportunities facing Linux and open source software this year.
Combined event in 2014 offering attendees a greater value with two events at one registration fee.
Evening Reception on Wednesday, April 30, at the Tech Museum of Innovation plus the traditional Demo Showcase Happy Hour on Tuesday, Apr 29, which will give attendees multiple ways to network.
There has never been a better time to be a part to the Linux and open source community. Please join us this year in one or more of the event venues we have scheduled; share your work and your ideas; and learn from the best of the best in the industry and community. Linux and open source are how everything is being built today. Don’t miss out.