Linked-In, Second Life, eBay, Orbitz, Yahoo! architectures to be presented @ QCon SF
The architectures you've always wondered about track will feature the following sessions:
- Architecture of Second Life, presented by the creator of Second Life himself Philip Rosedale
- Yahoo! Communities Architecture: Unlikely Bedfellows, presented by Ian Flint, Director of Operations & former
- The eBay Architecture, an updated version presented by eBay distinguished architects Randy Shoup and Dan Pritchett'
- Linked-In: Lessons learned, growth and scalability, by Linked-In CTO Jean-Luc Valliant
- Orbitz's Architecture, by lead of the Architecture and Infrastructure group Brian
QCon first debuted in London this past March (see oustanding bloggers show coverage) and going forward QCon will be an annual event in both SF and London, providing a venue for learning, networking, and tracking innovation in the Java, .NET, Ruby, SOA, and Agile communities >also with a strong focus on architecture design, as well as other important topics for the professional software developer.
Some of the other speakers at QCon SF include Martin Fowler, Rod Johnson (Spring Creator), Eric Evans (Domain Driven Design), Jutta Eckstein (Agile in the Large), Erik Meijer (Creator of LINQ), Joshua Kerievsky (Industrial XP) and many others. QCon San Francisco includes 72 technical sessions (Nov 7-9) and 2 days of tutorials (Nov 5-6). QCon is designed with the technical depth and enterprise focus of interest to technical team leads, architects, and project managers. The tracks at the conference include:
- Architectures Case studies - Linked-In, Yahoo!, eBay, Second Life, and Orbitz architecture case studies.
- Agility on the Edge - Agile Challenges, Large-scale teams, evolutionary DB's, Retrospectives
- Architecture Quality - Modifiability, Product Lines, Latency, Domain-Driven Design, Performance &Scalability, architects/marketects, Architecture Patterns.
- Bleeding Edge .NET - REST with WCF, XML & LINQ in VB9, EDM & eSQL, Acropolis.
- SOA & the Web - REST & SOA, Internet Scale Integration, REST & WS Myths
- Emerging Client Technologies - Silverlight vs. JavaFX/Consumer JRE vs. Adobe Flex/AIR vs. Google's Ajax RIA stack.
- Five Things I Wish I Learned In College - Research technologies that may be disruptive in 10-20 years.
- Java Emerging technologies - JRuby, Grails, Server-side OSGi, DSL development, Batch Processing.
- The Rise of Ruby - learn how to best take advantage of what Ruby has to offer.
- Java in action - Concurrency, Spring Configuration, AOP in the Enterprise, TestNG, Future of Java.
- Practical Security for Application Developers
Registration for the 3 day conference is $1695 US until end of August, a $500 savings. The conference will be held at the new Westin San Francisco Market Street. Join us in this first annual event in San Francisco! Visit: http://qcon.infoq.com/qcon-sanfrancisco/conference/.
Mike Amundsen May 29, 2015
Ben Linders May 28, 2015