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InfoQ Homepage News QCon New York returns for it’s 5th year, June 13 - 17, 2016

QCon New York returns for it’s 5th year, June 13 - 17, 2016

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The 5th Annual QCon New York, a practitioner-driven conference designed for software architects/tech leads/leaders who influence innovation in their teams, has opened registrations. QCon New York will be held at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott and has tickets on sale for $1645 through Dec 19th.

This year’s QCon New York sees two new committee members join the four veteran co-chairs. Philip Ogden-Fisher (a Director of Engineering at Netflix) and Jean Barmash (VP of Engineering at Merchantry & Co-Organizer of the NY area CTO School) are this year’s newcomers to the committee. Both are veteran software engineers with a wealth of experience shipping software.

The complete organizing committee of QCon New York includes:

  • Randy Shoup, Consulting CTO (formerly of Google and eBay)
  • Rob Witoff, Head of Data Science at Coinbase (formerly NASA)
  • Frank Greco, Director of Technology at Kaazing & 20 year organizer of NYJavaSIG
  • Werner Schuster, InfoQ Editor, Functional Programmer at Wolfram Alpha
  • Philip Fisher-Ogden, Director of Engineering at Netflix
  • Jean Barmash, VP Engineering at Merchantry, Co-Organizer CTO School Meetup

At the conclusion of QCon New York 2015, InfoQ (the creators of QCon) produced a QCon New York 2015 Special Report. Inside the 73-page special report, you can find curated articles covering last year’s presentations, including: Building “Failure As a Service” at Netflix without the Simian Army, Q&A with Mitchell Hashimoto: Orchestration with Consul and Terraform, and more from each of last year’s 15 tracks. QCon New York 2015 Special Report is edited by Charles Humble (InfoQ Chief Editor).

QCon is brought to you by the publishers of InfoQ is an online community of software engineers currently published in English, Chinese, Japanese, and Brazilian Portuguese. The community has a readership base of 1,000,000 unique visitors per month and has content from 100 locally-based editors across the global.

Registration is $1645 ($880 off) for the 3-day conference if you register before Dec 19th. Register now to receive the best rate available.

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