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Greetings from the Nashville Enterprise LAMP community!
We’re planning an Enterprise LAMP Summit for CTOs (Nov. 5-6) and a Big LAMP Camp for developers (Nov. 7) and want to let you know about three speakers of particular interest to companies and developers who use PHP.
At Big LAMP Camp, Marco Tabini, publisher of PHP|Architect magazine and Python Magazine, will offer a Keynote Address titled “Your Software Is Worthless,” exploring the dwindling worth of intellectual property and the ever growing need to stay up to date on the latest in open source software.
Also at the Camp, Eli White of Zend Developer Zone will discuss “Habits of Highland Scalable Web Applications,” covering how to properly scale a PHP web application.
The Enterprise LAMP Summit will focus attention on the emerging readiness for enterprise use of the LAMP stack and associated open source Internet-enabled operating systems, internet application servers, database systems and Internet-focused programming languages.
We are very pleased to confirm as speakers:
v Lee Congdon, CIO of Red Hat Linux (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading open source and Linux provider;
v Andi Gutmans, CEO of PHP leader Zend Technologies;
v r0ml (Robert Lefkowitz), thought leader, ?ber-CTO and VP of Asurion;
v William Hurley, Chief Architect of Open Source Strategy at BMC Software (NYSE: BMC), which is used by 85% of Fortune 500 companies;
v Kent Freeman, CIO of Ingram Digital;
v Bob Miller, VP of Technology at Magazines.com;
v Baron Schwartz, Director of Consulting, Percona, Inc.
v Dr. John Busch, CEO of Schooner Information Technology;
v John Reuning, Lead Architect of Lulu.com.; and
v Josh Berkus, CEO of PostgreSQL Experts and member of the Technical Steering Committee of Open Source for America.
LAMP Camp is expected to draw hundreds of top developers from
v Marco Tabini, publisher of PHP|Architect magazine and Python Magazine;
v Eli White of Zend Developer Zone;
v Doctrine lead developer Jonathan Wage of Sensio Labs;
v Perl guru Cory G. Watson of Magazines.com; and
v John Reuning, Lead Architect of Lulu.com.
Intrigued? More info @ www.EnterpriseLAMP.org.
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