QCon San Francisco November 11-15 - Registration Open; Top 10 Presentations
QCon San Francisco 2013, the 7th annual practitioner-driven conference designed for team leads, architects and project managers, is now open for registration ($900 savings before July 12th). The event has been completely sold out for the past three years.
The program committee is in the process of assembling the tracks, sessions and speakers for QConSF and will be publishing on the QConSF conference site throughout the summer.
QConSF 2013 will cover topics such as architecture & design, Java, mobile, functional programming, Lean and Kanban, cloud computing, Big Data & NoSQL, emerging languages, and other timely topics. To give you an idea of the kinds of talks you can expect to see, here are the top 10 presentations from QConSF 2012 (based on InfoQ page views):
- Scaling Pinterest
- Lock-Free Algorithms For Ultimate Performance
- NoSQL: Past, Present, Future
- An Overview of Guava: Google Core Libraries for Java
- Architectural Patterns for High Availability
- JVM Mechanics - A Peek Under the Hood
- The Facebook Release Process
- 100% Big Data, 0% Hadoop, 0% Java
- Dagger: A Fast Dependency Injector for Android and Java
- Exploiting Loopholes in CAP
QConSF will host more than 100 speakers, 5 concurrent tracks, and many breaks, parties, and opportunities for networking. Last year’s event brought together over 900 practitioners – full coverage from last year's event can be found here.
Registration is $1495 (a $900 savings) for the 3 day event until July 12th, and increases afterwards every month. QCon is produced by InfoQ.com.
Keith Adams Dec 06, 2013