It’s official: Cherokee Summit 2010 is on its way!
It is no secret that our Cherokee-Project Community has been growing steadily and relentlessly over the last couple of years. In fact, it has been doing so well that we’ve reached a point where holding a conference about the project actually makes a lot of sense. A lot of people have been asking about this, and after a lot of work we are ready to announce our first Summit, to be held on May 7th-8-th.
Cherokee will be an important topic, but it won’t be the only one. Those will be a couple of days fully dedicated to High Performance and Scalable Web topics, so there’s room for everyone to join in. We are commited to reaching the 1.0 milestone of Cherokee by then, so we will also have a party to celebrate it.
It’s going to be fun. I’ll be a speaker at the summit and I’m really looking forward to personally meeting many of the members of the project. Thanks to our sponsors we’ve managed to make the event completely free, so don’t forget to register while we still have free spots!
UPDATE: We’ve written a little brochure (~100KB) that can be used to let your colleagues know about the summit. Do not hesitate to send it to any coworker or friend who would be interested in attending a High Performance and Scalable Web event.