50 Spots left for QConSF; Google’s Dart Keynote Added
The 5th annual QCon San Francisco is taking place just 3 weeks from now, the chance to register is quickly approaching. Registration is double last year's at this time! We only have 50 tickets left so book early to make sure you get a spot.
As you may have already heard Google has introduced Dart - the new programming language for structured web programming- on Monday October 10, 2011 and we have included a couple of sessions about it in our schedule.
On Friday morning, Gilad Bracha (co-author of the Java Language Spec) will provide an overview of Google's new programming language for structured web programming. For more information on Dart: http://www.dartlang.org/
Dart is Google's new language for web programming. This presentation will explore the most interesting features of the Dart Programming Language in as much detail as time allows and the audience can tolerate. We'll talk about where the language is now and where it might go in the future, discuss design trade-offs, demonstrate tooling and in general have fun.
Google has just introduced Dart a couple of days ago and we have a pair of experienced Language Hackers that will run a tutorial at QCon SF. Check out Kresten's Dart Inside Blog: http://dartinside.com/.
The other keynotes this year include:
- "Product Engineering", by Mike Lee
- "Things I Wish I'd Known", by Rod Johnson
- Objects On Trial by Michael Feathers & Brian Foote & Richard P. Gabriel & Joshua Kerievsky & Eliot Miranda & Dave Ungar
We hope you can join us for this year's QCon San Francisco. Register before October 31st and save up to $300.