Tutorials: March 7-8, 2011

Conference:  March 9-11, 2011

The fifth 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 article.

Some of QConLondon 2011 speakers include:  

Craig Larman – Consultant for enterprise adoptions and large-scale product delivery with lean principles and large-scale Scrum.

Juergen Hoeller – Co-founder of the Spring Framework Project

Mark S. Miller  – Taught the world that object programming, done right, was already close to object-capability secure programming.

Ulf Wiger – CTO of Erlang Solutions 

Kevlin Henney – Patterns, Programming, Practice and Process

John Davies – Co-founder and CTO of Incept5

David Recordon – Senior Open Programs Manager at Facebook

Nick Kallen – Twitter

Dan North – Agile troublemaker, developer, originator of BDD

Jurgen Appelo –  Author of the book Management 3.0: Leading Agile Developers



Tracks for QCon London 2011

Enterprise Agile Transformation - Teams, Learning, Contracts & Collaboration

Lean and Kanban: Learning Through Systems Thinking - Kanban@BBC, Design Thinking, Complexity vs. Lean, System Design

Building Systems with REST- REST@BestBuy, Hypermedia-driven apps & integration, REST in .NET

Architectures You've Always Wondered About - Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, OnLive, Visa

When Things Break - "Let it crash", operating during Failure, Continuous Deployment, Unreliable Components

Software Architecture Improvements - Architecture Refactoring, Re-engingeering, Erosion, Arch Assessment

Design and Objects 2011 - OO@Facebook, OO@Government, Onion Design, OO in Java, Event-driven design

Next-Generation Financial Technology - Futures Trade Flow, Millisecond latencies @ Linear Scale, CEP, and more

NoSQL: Where and How - Wisdom of where and how to apply NoSQL technologies

Software Craftsmanship - Craftsmanship & Engineering, Deliberate Practice, Leadership, Quality, Learning

Functional Web - Node.JS, Haskell, Webmachine, Clojure, Conversational Web

HTML5, the Platform - HTML5@Facebook, WebSockets, Mobile, Secure browser OO

Future of Java - JVM Languages, Java EE, Spring, OSGi, Virtualization & Cloud, GC

.NET State of the Art - Azure, Rx Async Programming, Code Contracts, Reflection

iOS4 and Android - Advanced iOS4 and Android stuff

 


See you next year

QCon Videos

Nikolai Onken - "Mobile JavaScript Development"
Robert C. Martin - "Bad Code, Craftsmanship, Engineering, and Certification"
Joe Armstrong - "Message Passing Concurrency in Erlang "
Oren Eini - "The Wizardry of Scaling"
Ralph Johnson - "A Pattern Language for Parallel Programming"

Notify me of new developments with QCon

 

 



Free QCon iPhone Guide

The free QCon iPhone Guide gives you all the information you need, when attending a QCon Conference

 

QCon London Facebook Group

Join our Facebook Group

#gotocon TWEETS

  • No search results yet.