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ApacheCon Europe Begins July 18

Stuttgart Event Features Web Services, PHP, mod_perl, Apache HTTP Server, Java, and More

Early registrants to ApacheCon Europe, to be held July 18-22 in Stuttgart, can save more than 200 EUR.  ApacheCon Europe 2005 offers "an immense program consisting of several half-day and full-day tutorials on July 18 and 19 and
more than 70 sessions on July 20-22," the Apache Foundation reports.

For the fourth consecutive year, half- and full-day pre-conference tutorials offer real world insight, techniques, and methodologies pivotal to the increasing demand for Open Source software. Topics include Scalable Internet Architectures, Web Services, PHP, mod_perl, Apache HTTP Server, Java, XML, and Subversion.

ApacheCon Europe 2005 will present immense opportunities to listen to internationally distinguished Open Source leaders, developers and architects like Noel Bergman, Brian Fitzpatrick, Cliff Schmidt, Sander Striker, and Carsten Ziegler.

A keynote presentation by Horst Zuse, son of Konrad Zuse, who is considered as the inventor of the first programmable computer, will address the origins of the computer, leading through the history of computing.

ApacheCon Europe is billed an international conference, and all sessions will be in English.

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