QCon San Francisco Nov 18-20 Tracks and Conference Announced
The tracks for the third annual QCon San Francisco (Nov 18-20) have been published and QCon is now open for early registration. Last year's QCon SF survived the downturn in November with over 450 attendees, this year we have reduced the price and are offering special early registration with savings of $800 until June 17th.
Our vision with QCon is to create the ultimate conference for team leads, architects, and technical project management and we have tried to do that by bringing together a diverse range of topics and speakers covering both timely/practical topics that will help your projects right now, and also sessions that will provide you with tacit knowledge: context and perspective that will help you be a better software craftsman. The following are the tracks for htis next QConSF :
- Technical Skills for Agile Development. True Agility - the ability to respond rapidly to change - requires strong technical skills and practice.
- The Cloud: Platform or Utility. Vendors and practitioners make their case for the nature of the Cloud and its status as the “Next Big Thing!”
- Architectures you've always wondered about: Facebook, Linked-In, and other high scale & complex case studies.
- Agility as a Craft. Software development as a craft, becoming a master craftsperson.
- Architecture for the Architect. This track provides you with experiences and advice from architects to architects.
- Browser as a Platform. Rich client applications deployed on a vanilla web browser.
- Cool Stuff with Java. What kind of cool things are being done with Java and how does they influence language development?
- DSL in Practice. This track covers a wide range of business areas and technical implementations of DSLs.
- Emerging Languages. Scala, Clojure, Ruby, F#. New languages is en vouge again.
- Kanban/ Lean Software Development. As part of the Lean toolbox, Kanban provides an invaluable tool to reduce rework.
- Soa: Hits and Misses. Lessons learned and the future of SOA based on past successes and failures.
- The Enterprise-IT Ecology. Better integration of IT and the Enterprise to improve integration and achieve effectiveness.
QConSF will have over 60 speakers/sessions, 4 concurrent tracks, and many breaks, parties, and opportunities for networking. If you didn't make it to last years QCon SF you can read more about it in the QCon attendee blogger roundup article, and what many attendees thought about it, also you can watch some of our past sessions. We are currently in the process of assembling the speakers for QCon SF with a full schedule to be posted in early July. Registration is $1295 for the 3 day event until June 17th, and increases afterwards every month. Group discounts are available. QCon is co-produced by InfoQ.com and Trifork, producer of the Danish JAOO conference.
John Krewson, Steve Ropa and Matt Badgley Nov 24, 2014