I'm involved in the Open Source ecosystem to improve and spread out best practices for building smart content solutions.
Sometimes you might feel like a clown balancing on a rope over a cliff trying to stay balanced by throwing pins: it's time to ask for help!
Last week, after a tricky period passed traveling for my daily consultancy activities at TAI Solutions, I had to visit different cities to join meetings with some colleagues and customers. I was literally shocked when after dinner I saw a new email dropped in my mailbox titled Invitation to join The Apache Software Foundation Membership.
We have spent an highly pleasant time together at the Alfresco DevCon 2018 and here are some thoughts about my experience and my contributions at this huge event.
Finally the next Alfresco DevCon is arriving in January and I'm very proud to have the opportunity to contribute on this event as a trainer and a speaker. I'm pretty sure that also passing some good time with other Alfresco friends in Lisbon will be nice :)
I have recently found a very useful project available on Github for building your own ELK Stack using Docker. I have updated all the Docker files for using the latest GA version of the Community edition.
Yesterday it was the second and the last appointment with the Red Hat Open Source Day 2017 here in Italy. I was there for taking care of the Alfresco booth and giving a session with a live demo. The first event was held in Milan on 7th November and the second one in Rome on 9th November.
I'll join the next Red Hat Open Source Day 2017 in Italy for both the events in Milan and then in Rome. Alfresco is a sponsor of the event this year too and I'll be involved as one of their speakers.
Environmental photos provided by Jared Chambers