Early this month I was fortunate enough to attend the second annual CamelOne event in Boston, MA presented by FuseSource. The event had three tracks full of great presentations and it was difficult to decide which presentations to attend. Luckily, all presentations were recorded and will be posted to the CamelOne site. If you were unable to attend the event, or even if you attended and wanted to see some of the presentations you missed, have a look at the site.
There were some stellar presentations for instance on Large Scale Deployments of Apache Camel in the Cloud by James Strachan where the Fuse IDE product is highlighted. If you are looking to get a glimpse into the future of Open Source Messaging, have a look at the Next Generation Open Source Messaging with Apollo presentation by Hiram Chirino. Another presentation that was particularly interesting was Develop Real Time Applications - HTML 5 using WebSockets, Apache Camel, and ActiveMQ by Charles Moulliard. There were many more interesting topics including Large Scale Messaging with ActiveMQ for Particle Accelerators at Cern so make sure you check out the full list of presentations at the CamelOne presentation site.