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Kent Beck, Martin Fowler, Speaking at QCon SF Nov 7-9

| by Floyd Marinescu Follow 35 Followers on Sep 20, 2007. Estimated reading time: 2 minutes | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 5 - 9, 2018. Save an extra $100 with INFOQSF18!
Kent Beck & Martin Fowler will be keynoting & delivering tutorials at the QCon San Francisco Nov 7-9th conference, in addition to many other great speakers:
  • Philip Rosedale, Creator of Second Life
  • Rod Johnson, Creator of Spring
  • Dan Pritchett, eBay Architect
  • Eric Evans, Domain Driven Design
  • Jean-Luc Valliant, Linked-In CTO
  • Jutta Eckstein, Agile in the Large
  • Erik Meijer, Creator of LINQ
  • Joshua Kerievsky, Industrial XP
  • Joshua Bloch, Java language designer
Since our last announcement on InfoQ, the schedule has been finalized with a new complete track covering security from a development perspective, and also a panel on the future of Java development including Joshua Bloch, JRuby creator Charles Nutter, Spring Creator Rod Johnson, and .NET language designer Erik Meijer added for a contrasting view.

QCon first debuted in London this past March (see bloggers show coverage) and going forward on 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.

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: See also past QCon/JAOO talks available online on InfoQ:

Registration for the 3 day conference is $ is $1795 US until end of September, a $400 savings, and $1895 until Nov 4th. 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/sanfrancisco

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