QCon is coming back to London
Tutorials: March 8-9, 2010
Conference: March 10-12, 2010
The fourth annual London enterprise software development conference
designed for team leads, architects and project management is back!
There is no other event in the UK with similar opportunities for
learning, networking, and tracking innovation occurring in the Java,
.NET, Ruby, SOA, Agile, and architecture communities. Key takeaway
points and the many blog discussions from last year's QCon London can
be found in this
Some of our 100+ speakers include:
Dan Ingalls – The principal architect of five generations of Smalltalk environment
Ralph Johnson – Co-author of the now-legendary book, "Design
Patterns" and "Gang of Four" member
Robert C. Martin – Uncle Bob "I want to code till I die" Martin
Martin Fowler – Loud-mouth on Object Design
Rod Johnson – Creator of Spring
Joe Armstrong – Father of Erlang
Michael T. Nygaard – Author of "Release It!"
Dylan Schiemann – Cofounder, Dojo
Dan North – Agile troublemaker, developer, originator of BDD
Simon Brown & Kevin Seal – Founders of "Coding the Architecture"
Ulf Wiger – CTO of Erlang Solutions
Robert Schwegler – Chief Architect, bwin
Tracks for QCon London
- Features Facebook, Skype, Sky.com, Bwin, League of Legends
Architectures You’ve Always Wondered About
- the changing face of Agile andfuture directions.
Difficult problems and state ofthe art in testing: functional, performance, integration, and more.
How do you test that? -
Alpha geeks go beyond MS’prescriptive .NET solutions, hear how.
AlphaGeeks on .NET -
- Practitioner examples ofunusually cool problem-solutions in Java.
Cool Stuff with Java
- Everything you ever wanted to know about functional programming but were to afraid to ask.
New approaches to SOA,Incremental SOA and Tactical SOA, etc.<
SOA 2010 -
an emerging movementaround the importance of the detail, of how to code and how to do it well.
Software Craftsmanship -
Early stage ideas andtechnologies that may be mainstream in 2015.
2015 Software Development -
Meet some irresponsible architectures and unusual architects, who leave their ivory towers and share knowledge
Irresponsible Architectures and Unusual Architects -
Rich client applicationsdeployed on a vanilla web browser.
Browser as a Platform -
Dev and Ops: A single team - Closingthe gap between developing software and placing it into production.
- CouchDB,MongoDB, Tokyo Tyrant, Redis, MemcacheDB, AtomPub feeds, graph databases, and more.
Non-Relational DBs & Web Oriented Data
- Not just fast; but also comprehensible.
The Concurrency Challenge
"Cloud without the Fluff" and "Pragmatic Cloud Computing"
Pragmatic Cloud Computing
- Excellence in IT demands more than technical knowledge
IT - more than Tools and Technology
Register before March 8 and save up to £99/€109
- " Persistent Data Structures and Managed References"
Martin Fowler - "
Three Years of Real-World Ruby"
Tony Hoare - "
Null References: The Billion Dollar Mistake"
Jonas Bonér - "
Pragmatic Real-World Scala"
- " Facebook: Science and the Social Graph"
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