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Speaking at the PHPBenelux march meetup
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I'll be speaking the next PHPBenelux meetup in Amersfoort about implementing WebDAV using PHP. Joshua Thijssen will also be doing a talk about MySQL optimization. The meetups are free, so if you have some time after work, drop by and say hi. You can sign up at the PHPBenelux site.

SabreDAV 1.2 released (with CalDAV support)
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It's taken almost 12 months, but I finally finished a CalDAV plugin for SabreDAV. I've stayed within the standard as much as possible, but had to leave out some features that failed to meet the cost/benefit requirement.

Most importantly, there's solid support for Apple iCal, Evolution, Lightning/Sunbird, and the iPhone.

It all uses PDO, and it's tested on both SQLite3 and MySQL.

SabreDAV is primarily intended as a toolkit to implement these protocols in

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Sun talks out Cloud: Open Cloud Platform
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Sun's Open Cloud Vision unveilled: Open Cloud Platform, an open infrastructure powered by Java, MySQL, OpenSolaris, and Open Storage software technologies.  Open APIs, Open formats and Open source.

On March 18th, at CommunityONE aka CloudONE, Sun unveiled the open cloud platform for powering public and private clouds. We also  announced that we are building our own Public Cloud. This will include a Storage and Compute Cloud. Our Cloud will be compatible with Amazon S3 and EC2 at the API level. Meaning, we will provide S3 and EC2 compatibility APIs in addition to our own, hence enabling an easy migration from Amazon services to Sun Cloud. All clouds - public, private or hybrid, built on Sun's Open Cloud

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Sun talks out Cloud: Open Cloud Platform
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Sun's Open Cloud Vision unveilled: Open Cloud Platform, an open infrastructure powered by Java, MySQL, OpenSolaris, and Open Storage software technologies.  Open APIs, Open formats and Open source.

On March 18th, at CommunityONE aka CloudONE, Sun unveiled the open cloud platform for powering public and private clouds. We also  announced that we are building our own Public Cloud. This will include a Storage and Compute Cloud. Our Cloud will be compatible with Amazon S3 and EC2 at the API level. Meaning, we will provide S3 and EC2 compatibility APIs in addition to our own, hence enabling an easy migration from Amazon services to Sun Cloud. All clouds - public, private or hybrid, built on Sun's Open

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Sun talks out Cloud: Open Cloud Platform
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Sun's Open Cloud Vision unveilled: Open Cloud Platform, an open infrastructure powered by Java, MySQL, OpenSolaris, and Open Storage software technologies.  Open APIs, Open formats and Open source.

On March 18th, at CommunityONE aka CloudONE, Sun unveiled the open cloud platform for powering public and private clouds. We also  announced that we are building our own Public Cloud. This will include a Storage and Compute Cloud. Our Cloud will be compatible with Amazon S3 and EC2 at the API level. Meaning, we will provide S3 and EC2 compatibility APIs in addition to our own, hence enabling an easy migration from Amazon services to Sun Cloud. All clouds - public, private or hybrid, built on Sun's

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