QCon San Francisco 2013, taking place November 11-15, is now open for registration ($900 savings until July 12th). QCon is an enterprise software development conference for team leads, architects, and project managers covering architecture & design, Java, mobile, functional programming, Lean and Kanban, cloud computing, Big Data & NoSQL, emerging languages, and other timely topics.
During QCon New York 2013, Rich Hickey gave a talk on functional databases. Hickey is well known for creating the Clojure programming language and is currently developing Datomic, which is a functional database. During his talk, Hickey argued that the useful properties of functional languages: data as values and pure functions, are just as useful in the context of databases.
Netflix deploys a hundred times per day, without the use of Chef or Puppet, without a quality assurance department and without release engineers. To do this, Netflix built an advanced in-house PaaS (Platform as a Service) that allows each team to deploy their own part of the infrastructure whenever they want, however many times they require.
At QCon New York 2013, Gustavo Garcia gave a talk on WebRTC, the new real-time communication component of HTML5. WebRTC is a set of technologies that enable real-time, low-latency communication between peers, for instance to used for video and audio conferencing as well as gaming.
During the HTML5 Track at QCon New York 2013 Matt DeBergalis gave a talk on Meteor, the open-source real-time web application framework that DeBergalis co-founded. On the modern web, clients get increasingly capable and more and more work happens in the client. However, the tools to build these modern web applications, DeBergalis argues, have not caught up.
Going into its second year, QCon New York 2013 (Jun 10-14) will be the largest east coast event for senior influencers in software development. This year's conference is expected to draw over 550 attendees and will feature over 100 speakers presenting across 18 tracks. With only 6 weeks left before the event, there is still time to save $300 if you register before May 24th.
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.
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.
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.