Next week I am speaking at a webinar on Apache Camel hosted by FuseSource.
Based on the integration patterns developed by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf, Apache Camel originated four years ago. James Strachan, technical director and software fellow at FuseSource and co-founder of the project with Rob Davies – now CTO of FuseSource – posted the first commit of the project on March 19, 2007.
In the years since, Apache Camel has emerged as one of the most popular integration frameworks and a singular example of open source technology that gives developers the freedom they need to solve real world business problems cost effectively and quickly – all while benefiting from and contributing to one of the most vibrant and innovative open source communities, the Apache Software Foundation.
“This webinar is merely another reflection of our commitment to help more developers and architects realize the proven superiority and value of Apache Camel,” added Ibsen. “If you don’t use it, you are working harder at application integration than you should.”
The webinar takes place on tuesday August 23rd. You can see more details here and register for the event.