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:: Big LAMP Camp needs Py superstars to speak

From: user 1.
Sent on: Saturday, September 26, 2009 6:54 PM

Hello from the Nashville LAMP community!


We’re planning an Enterprise LAMP Summit for CTOs (Nov. 5-6) and a Big LAMP Camp for developers (Nov. 7) and need a few Python superstars to speak at Big LAMP Camp. Your recommendations are welcome. Details at ?



The Enterprise LAMP Summit (Nov. 5-6, 2009) will offer technology executives—CTOs, CIOs and lead developers—the opportunity to hear directly from the architects who develop the LAMP technologies most trusted in enterprise today.? In addition, they will have the opportunity to learn from the case studies of senior IT colleagues who are leading the transition to LAMP in a variety of industries.


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), used by 85% of Fortune 500 companies;

v         Kent Freeman, CIO of Ingram Digital;

v         Bob Miller, VP of Technology at;

v         Paul Santinelli, Partner at North Bridge Venture Partners and former Director of Red Hat Network;

v         Jimmy Guerrero, Senior Product Marketing Manager at MySQL;

v         Baron Schwartz, Director of Consulting, Percona, Inc.;

v         Dr. John Busch, CEO of Schooner Information Technology;

v         John Reuning, Lead Architect of; and

v         Josh Berkus, CEO of PostgreSQL Experts and member of the Technical Steering Committee of Open Source for America.

Access to these power brokers will help you evaluate LAMP’s readiness to handle the complex demands of your enterprise. The Summit also will provide an unparalleled opportunity to network with peers from leading regional and national firms.

During the Summit’s complementary event, Big LAMP Camp (Nov. 7), leaders from innovative open source firms will share their on-the-ground reports in an engaging multi-track event that is expected to draw 600 developers from North America.


Speakers will include:


v    Keynote speaker Marco Tabini, CEO of Blue Parabola and former publisher of PHP|Architect magazine and Python Magazine;

v    Eli White of Zend Developer Zone (Zend develops PHP, which powers approximately 40% of the Internet);

v    Doctrine lead developer Jonathan Wage of Sensio Labs;

v    Perl guru Cory G. Watson of;

v    John Reuning, Lead Architect of;

v    Google AppEngine developer Jackson Miller, creator of iPhone game GPS Assassins;

v    Baron Schwartz, Director of Consulting for Percona, Inc.;

v    Chris Prather, CEO of Tamarou and core developer for the Moose framework;

v    Mike Frank, Senior Product Manager, Database Group at Sun Microsystems; and

v    Paul M. Jones, Web Architect at OmniTI and creator of the Solar PHP framework.


The Camp will provide an excellent recruiting opportunity for firms that require exceptional talent. In addition, the credibility and authority of the Camp speakers will provide a high-powered, low-cost training opportunity for development teams.?


To learn more or to register, visit ?We hope to see you there!




Betsy Jones

Enterprise LAMP Summit & Big LAMP Camp

Thought leadership initiatives of Remarkable Wit, LLC

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