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QCon London 2015 Registration Open & Tracks Announced; March 2-6

| by Diana Baciu Follow 0 Followers on Oct 14, 2014. Estimated reading time: 4 minutes | NOTICE: The next QCon is in London, Mar 4 - 6, 2019. Join us!

Registration for the 9th annual QCon London (Training March 2-3 + conference March 4-6)  is open (save up to £540 by Oct 22nd).   QCon is an enterprise software development conference for team leads, architects, and project managers covering Architecture & Design, Java, Emerging Languages, NoSQL, Big Data, JavaScript & HTML5, Mobile Development, Agile methodologies and other timely topics.  

The 3 day conference will feature at least 6 concurrent tracks on each day, covering the following topics:

Evolving agile
Reflecting on the successes and failures of Agile since the creation of the Agile Manifesto 13 years ago and exploring more effective ways of using Agile

Mind Matters at Work
How theories from neuroscience and psychology can help us better understand IT professionals and discover what really motivates them

Engineering Culture

The best teams and companies talk about how to create amazing engineering cultures.

Product Mastery
So you want to be a Product Master. Its a journey, and along the way you'll need tools like Agile UX, Lean StartUp and Data to help you. So come have fun with fellow Product Managers and Business Analysts as you learn about Value Management. We'll even tell you dark tales of Snarks, Hippos and other dangerous obstacles you'll meet along the way.

Architecture Improvements
Next gen architecture, Arch over the full lifecycle, Bleeding edge tech in legacy, Cognitive biases in architecture, Evolving Architecture

Open source in finance (solution track)
Financial service companies have moved on from using open source as a way to save costs to using open source as a competitive weapon. This track will feature speakers from open source projects that are disrupting the finance industry

Reactive Architecture
Learning about how to create reactive systems is more than simply learning a new framework. Thinking in a reactive fashion helps you to design more responsive, more robust architectures. Learn all about the latest trends in this track.

Taming Microservices
Tackling the challenges of microservices in practice

Internet of Things
IoT has a lot of buzz at the moment. What is the reality of what's being built, what works and how does it work? What do software developers need to know in order to design and build for instrumented environments and reactive things, and what new issues and questions (security, scale, messaging?) does it raise?

Modern CS in the Real World
How modern CS helps you tackle today's problems

Docker, containers and application portability
Containers have been an operating system feature for some time; now they're a hot topic due to the growth of Docker and its ecosystem. This track will feature people building stuff for and with containers who will show why application portability is so important, and what can be done with the expanding ecosystem.

Big Data Frameworks, Big Data Architectures, and Data Science
Designing and building modern big data frameworks, and building machine learning models from that data. As big data tools and architectures continue to evolve, how do you architect and select technologies that work now but are also future-proof? What frameworks and architectures are interesting right now, and how do you get the best from them? How do you build and run performant machine learning models, and how do you do 'data science' with that big data?

Low latency trading
The 'race to zero' continues. Join us to learn about the latest tecniques being deployed to optimise order routing and execution.

DevOps & Continuous Delivery
As organisations optimise themselves to their business environment they need to be able to deliver more change, quicker, which is where DevOps and Continuous Delivery come in.

The Go Language
The Go Language - Concurrency, Performance, Systems Programming

HTML and JS Today
The state of the art in web technologies

Java - Not Dead Yet
Java is continuing to evolve to meet modern developer and business needs, from the introduction to lambdas in Java 8 to built-in support for money types rumoured to be in Java 9. In this track we'll hear from experts on the cutting edge, and those who are building successful businesses using Java

Taming Mobile
Mobile is no longer the Next Big Thing but a requirement for your business. Find out about the current state of the art and hear from those who have implemented successful mobile systems and strategies

Architectures You've Always Wondered About
Have you ever browsed to a site like eBay or Amazon and wondered, or even fantasized about what software architecture they may have used, and what insights their teams must have after solving such complex and large-scale problems? This track will give you an exclusive chance to learn directly from some of the most well-known and high-volume web applications in the world.

QCon London 2014 drew over 1,000 attendees this year - among the largest QCons to date - and elicited thousands of tweets and hundreds of blogs all of which are summarized in the Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon London 2013.  We hope you can join us for QCon London 2015. Register before October 22nd & save up to £540.  

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