QCon Live: What's Happening at QCon London This Week?
This week, the fourth annual QCon London is in progress. Starting on March 8th with tutorials and ending on March 12th with a "meet the speakers" social, there will be a lot happening. There have been other posts which describe everything that will be going on at QCon so there's no need to go into too much depth on that aspect - the main aim of this article is to describe the many ways that readers can follow along with the events at QCon as they are happening.
Attendees to QCon are encouraged to use the Twitter hashtag #QCon when posting QCon-related tweets, and to use the tag QConLondon2010 when uploading QCon pictures to Flickr. There is also a QCon iPhone app which contains the QCon schedule, speakers, and tracks for QCon and which eases keeping track of which sessions you plan to attend.
In addition, there are several feedback channels available to both QCon participants and those following along online - these include:
- Twitter via the @InfoQ user
- Email via firstname.lastname@example.org
- Google Groups via the InfoQ group
- LinkedIn via the InfoQ group
- Commenting on this post
Whether you want to tell us about your favourite sessions at the conference, issues that you ran into which you would like to see fixed, ideas for how to make QCon better, or anything else, we want to hear them!
Below are the most recent 50 Twitter comments related to QCon, for your viewing enjoyment:
QCon iPhone App