Announcing the first major redesign of InfoQ since its inception. The intention of this redesign is to make it easier for users to find content they want, to simplify most pages to emphasize content instead of sidebars and metadata, and to make the site easier to read and more tablet/mobile friendly.
Over 50 speakers have been confirmed for the second annual QCon New York 2013. QCon New York will take place at the New York Marriott just outside of Manhattan (at the Brooklyn Bridge) on June 10-14, 2013. Registration is open and new speakers and sessions are being posted to the conference site every week.You can get in early by reserving your seat now saving up to $500 by Mar 15th.
Going into its seventh year, QCon London 2013 (Mar 6-8) is the largest event in the UK for senior influencers in software development. This year's conference is expected to draw over 1,200 attendees and will feature over 100 speakers presenting across 20 tracks. With only 3 weeks left before the event, there is still time to save £216 if you register before Feb 8th.
The QCon London 2013 schedule is now live, with new sessions and speakers being added daily. Hear MIT's Barbara Liskov on "The Power of Abstraction" during her Day 1 keynote, followed by Perl aficionado Damian Conway, who explores "The Power of Dead Languages". With less than 8 weeks left, you can still save up to £341, if you register by Jan 11th.
The 7th annual QCon London will feature over 100 speakers presenting more than 80 presentations across 15 tracks. Last year’s event was completely sold out with over 1,200 attendees. Topics include: Architectural Case Studies, Big Data/NoSQL, Distributed Systems/REST, Performance & Scalability , Mobile, Web APIs, Agile, Cloud Computing and more. Save up to £341 if you register by Jan 11th.
Google has released version 2.0 of their Play Services for Android applications. The new additions represent the Maps and Photo Sphere APIs, and are available for all applications running on Android 2.2+.
The 7th annual QCon London (March 6-8) has been announced and registration is open! QCon London has become a mainstay conference for the UK and European software development community. This year continues in our tradition of practitioner-driven high quality content with over 15 tracks and 100 speakers including keynotes Damian Conway, Barbara Liskov, and Ward Cunningham.
The sixth annual QCon San Francisco is taking place in just 3 weeks - register before Oct 19th and save $200. Attend the premier west coast event for learning, networking, and tracking innovation in the Java, HTML5, Mobile, Agile, and Architecture communities.
As you may know already, InfoQ is testing a new service that we hope will provide you with up-to-date and bias-free community-based insight into trends and behaviors that affect enterprise software development. After a few weeks of being in production, we wanted to share with you, our community of users, an update on how this project is going.
75% of the sessions are now up on the QConSF conference site and over 80% of speakers have been confirmed, including keynote speaker Kevlin Henney, patterns book author and editor of “97 Things Every Programmer Should Know”. QConSF will take place at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco on November 5 - 9, 2012. Save up to $350 if you register by Sept 14th.
The Agile 2012 conference kicks off this week at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas (just outside of Dallas). Over 1,500 people from around the world are expected to attend what is considered to be the premier international Agile conference, hosted by the Agile Alliance.
Over 50/100 speakers have been confirmed for the sixth annual QCon San Francisco 2012, including keynote speakers Eric Brewer, father of the CAP Theorem, and John Hughes, Haskell & QuickCheck Co-Designer. QConSF will take place at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco on November 5 - 9, 2012. Save up to $500 if you register by Aug 24th.
With the launch of our first community research question on "What are the most valuable tools for HTML5", InfoQ is now providing a new service that we hope will provide you with up-to-date and bias-free community-based insight into trends & behaviours that affect enterprise software development. Unlike traditional vendor/analyst-based research, our research is based on answers provided by YOU.