Lucene Eurocon / ApacheCon Europe November 5-8 | Sinsheim, Germany
From a post I got today from Lucid Imagination:
Lucid Imagination and the Apache Foundation have agreed to co-locate Lucid’s Apache Lucene EuroCon with ApacheCon Europe being held this November 5-8 in Sinsheim, Germany. Lucene EuroCon at ApacheCon Europe will cover the breadth and depth of search innovation and application. The dedicated track will bring together Apache Lucene/Solr committers and technologists from around the world to offer compelling presentations that share future directions for the project and technical implementation experiences. Topic examples include channeling the flood of structured and unstructured data into faster, more cost-effective Lucene/Solr search applications that span a host of sectors and industries.
Some of the most talented Lucene/Solr developers gather each year at Apache Lucene EuroCon to share best practices and create next-generation search applications. Coupling Apache Lucene EuroCon with this year’s ApacheCon Europe offers a great benefit to the community at large. The combined attendees benefit from expert trainings and in-depth sessions, real-world case studies, excellent networking and the opportunity to connect with the industry’s leading minds.
Call For Papers Deadline is August 13
The Call for Papers for ApacheCon has been extended to August 13, 2012, and can be found on the ApacheCon website. As always, proceeds from Apache Lucene EuroCon benefit The Apache Software Foundation. We encourage all Lucene/Solr committers and developers who have a technical story to tell to submit an abstract. Apache Lucene/Solr has a rich community of developers. Supporting ApacheCon Europe by submitting your abstract and sharing your story is important for maintaining this important and thriving community.
Just so you don’t think this is a search only event, papers are welcome on:
- Apache Daily – Tools frameworks and components used on a daily basis
- ApacheEE – Java enterprise projects
- Big Data – Cassandra, Hadoop, HBase, Hive, Kafka, Mahout, Pig, Whirr, ZooKeeper and friends
- Camel in Action – All things Apache Camel, from their problems to their solutions
- Cloud – Cloud-related applications of a broad range of Apache projects
- Linked Data – (need a concise caption for this track)
- Lucene, SOLR and Friends – Learn about important web search technologies from the experts
- Modular Java Applications – Using Felix, ACE, Karaf, Aries and Sling to deploy modular Java applications to public and private cloud environments
- NoSQL Database – Use cases and recent developments in Cassandra, HBase, CouchDBa and Accumulo
- OFBiz – The Apache Enterprise Automation project
- Open Office – Open Office and the Apache Content Ecosystem
- Web Infrastructure – HTTPD, TomCat and Traffic Server, the heart of many Internet projects
Submissions are welcome from any developer or user of Apache projects. First-time speakers are just as welcome as experienced ones, and we will do our best to make sure that speakers get all the help they need to give a great presentation.