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httpd.conf – the Apache Web Server conference

The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Conference Committee are delighted to announce httpd.conf – the mini-conference focusing on the Apache Web Server, embedded into the larger ApacheCon conference.

httpd.conf consists of two days of talks focused on the Apache Web Server, as well as two days of pre-conference training classes.

On Monday, November 2, and Tuesday, November 3, JimJag and I will be teaching a two-day training class on the Apache Web Server for the beginner who wants to get up to speed on how to run the server.

On Wednesday, you can take a look around you at some of the other Apache technologies.

Then, on Thursday and Friday, there’s a full day of httpd talks. Thursday is primarily focused on the administrator, while Friday is focused mainly on the developer.

And, of course, there’s also a full schedule of other ApacheCon events and talks, including the 10th anniversary party for the Apache Software Foundation. So make plans to come to Oakland in November.