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CAcert.org is a community-driven certificate authority that issues free public key certificates to the public (unlike other certificate authorities which are commercial and sell certificates). CAcert has over 110,000 verified users and has issued over 350,000 certificates as of July 2008. These certificates can be used to sign and encrypt email, authenticate and authorize users connecting to websites and secure data transmission over the Internet.
The German Unix User Group, founded 1984, is a non-profit organization for professional system and network administrators, security experts and system programmers preferring to use a Unix operating system. This includes free systems like Linux, BSD and OpenSolaris variants as well as commercial Unix systems. Important to us are open and well defined interfaces and APIs, the compliance with internet and other open standards and last but not least: the chance to have a look deep into the system. Since more than 20 years GUUG organizes national and international conferences where well known experts present cutting edge topics and attendees can get professional training. http://www.guug.de/
Jazoon'09 – The International Conference on Java Technology – will take place in Zurich, Switzerland from 22 to 25 June 2009 and will again attract famous Java experts and geeks to Zurich. In contrast to other events, Jazoon places emphasis on the active participation of the community and in turn invites everyone to contribute lectures on interesting research results, developments and practical experiences.
JTeam creates customized, business-critical software based on light weight Java and Open Source for the Benelux market. We specialize in Enterprise Search, E-commerce and CMS solutions, applying Agile principles and a focus on skills-transfer and business-case driven implementation for diverse clients such as Ilse Media, Randstad, The National Tax Authority, Zenggi.com and ABN Amro.JTeam is the sister company of SpringSource, and is known worldwide for its expertise on JEE, Spring, Hibernate, DWR, Maven, Compass, Lucene, Solr, GWT, Grails, Hippo and other Open Source technologies and products. For more information please visit us at: www.jteam.nl or stop by JTeam's Apache Solr Case Study on Thursday evening at 17:30 in the SOA Track.
jWeekend provides consultancy, bespoke software development and training in OO and Java technologies including Wicket, JPA, Spring and Swing - with some weekend and out of hours courses available! We serve organisations ranging from the largest investment banks, telcos and government departments to small software houses, consultancies and family businesses. Our people are renowned in the industry for real world commercial development as well as presentation and mentoring acumen. We are based in London and work with clients globally to deliver high quality systems and training solutions. Our new Global Training Partner Scheme announced this month adds a new dimension and will give more developers around the world the opportunity to experience our unique courses: http://www.jWeekend.com
Manning Publication publishes computer books for professionals--programmers, system administrators, designers, architects, managers and others. Our focus is on computing titles at professional levels. We care about the quality of our books. We work with our authors to coax out of them the best writing they can produce. We consult with technical experts on book proposals and manuscripts, and we may use as many as two dozen reviewers in various stages of preparing a manuscript. The abilities of each author are nurtured to encourage him or her to write a first-rate book.
NLUUG is the association of (professional) Open Source and Open Standards users in the Netherlands. Since the late seventies, the NLUUG has brought together the community of systems administrators, programmers, researchers and IP network professionals. The primary goal of the NLUUG is to extend the application of, and knowledge about, open systems and UNIX.
The WifiSoft.org Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that initiates and stimulates local and international cooperation between open communities. WifiSoft.org achieves and facilitates cooperation between Open Communities via the Internet and the organization of events. We organize and facilitate lectures and hands-on workshops.