About ApacheCon Europe 2000
has accomplished a feat that should make it the envy
of commercial software developers everywhere. Without spending a
cent on research, marketing, or advertising, this group of volunteer
programmers (the Apache Group) created Apachethe Web server
software that may be the most widely used server product on the
Internet today. In April of 1999, the Apache Group incorporated
as The Apache Software Foundation,
a not-for-profit organization
with a goal of developing and supporting open-source projects.
Attend the second official Apache Software Foundation conference
With the creation in early 1999 of The Apache Software Foundation,
the "Apache" name is coming to mean more than just Web servers.
Already the Foundation
also includes the Jakarta and
ApacheCon Europe 2000 is your best opportunity to find out more about the
future directions of the Foundation and its projects.
ApacheCon Europe 2000is a celebration of this success, and an opportunity for the Apache
community to contemplate the future of the server widely acknowledged
as the engine that is driving the Internet's phenomenal growth.
With multiple in-depth tracks
teaching Apache skills and techniques,
ApacheCon Europe 2000 is sure to be a hit with the people who buy your
products. We invite you and your company to join us in this first-ever
gathering of Apache users, vendors and friends.
Meet the faces behind Apache
ApacheCon Europe 2000 is your chance to meet many of the Apache
developers and to find out more about the Foundation and its projects.
With an anticipated attendance of at least four hundred Internet
professionals, ApacheCon Europe 2000 is an ideal opportunity for you
to witness and participate in one of he
most interesting new software projects since the dawn of computing
the Open Source revolution. This is your chance to be part of Internet
history. Everyone will be talking about this event for months to
come, so don't miss the boat!
Conference Dress Code
The dress code for the ApacheCon Europe 2000conference is: casual. This is a technology conference,
largely attended by engineers, coders, and system/network administrators.
There will also be managers, CTOs, CEOs, and people from big companies.
So suits and ties are not required. (Shirts and shoes
are, though. :-) Sneakers, running shoes, blue jeans, and T-shirts
are perfectly acceptable. So are three-piece suits, if you really must.
For more information, simply email us at
with your name, address, company
name, title, and any additional questions or information. We will
respond to you as soon as possible.