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There’s More Lucene in Solr than You Think!

We’ve been providing Lucene & Solr consultancy and training services for quite a few years now and it’s always interesting to see how these two technologies are perceived by different companies and their technical people. More precisely, I find it interesting how little Solr users know about Lucene and more so, how unaware they are […]

Berlin Buzzwords 2012

Berlin Buzzwords 2012

Yes, Berlin Buzzwords is back on the 4th & 5th June 2012! This really is only conference for developers and users of open source software projects, focusing on the issues of scalable search, data-analysis in the cloud and NoSQL-databases. All the talks and presentations are specific to three tags; “search”, “store” and “scale”. Looking back […]

Google presents DART – a new programming language

We are proud to announce that Google will present their new programming language “DART” at GOTO Amsterdam. Kasper Lund will do the opening keynote speech on Thursday, October 13th. Join us at GOTO Amsterdam and get first-hand details. http://gotocon.com/amsterdam-2011/speaker/Kasper+Lund Enjoy over 40 presentations and 13 tracks, provided by some of the world’s leading software development […]

Public Wicket introduction course May 27/28

JTeam is proud to announce another public Wicket training. This public Wicket Introduction course (in cooperation with jWeekend) is scheduled on May 27 and 28. For more information (or on-site training inquiries) see: Apache Wicket Training page. Register before April 15 and get a 25% discount! Also, if you register more than one person, you […]

Conferences, symposia en meetups

I left SpringSource about 6 weeks ago and haven’t really concerned myself with a lot of technical things since then. As part of my job at SpringSource I used to speak at conferences a lot. This week I had one of my first conventions ever where I purely had a commercial role and not so […]