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
Some of QConLondon 2011 speakers include:
Craig Larman – Consultant for enterprise
adoptions and large-scale product delivery with lean principles and
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
- Teams, Learning, Contracts & Collaboration
Enterprise Agile Transformation
- Kanban@BBC, Design Thinking, Complexity vs. Lean, System Design
Lean and Kanban: Learning Through Systems Thinking
- REST@BestBuy, Hypermedia-driven apps & integration, REST in .NET
Building Systems with REST
- Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, OnLive, Visa
Architectures You've Always Wondered About
- "Let it crash", operating during Failure, Continuous Deployment, Unreliable Components
When Things Break
- Architecture Refactoring, Re-engingeering, Erosion, Arch Assessment
Software Architecture Improvements
- OO@Facebook, OO@Government, Onion Design, OO in Java, Event-driven design
Design and Objects 2011
- Futures Trade Flow, Millisecond latencies @ Linear Scale, CEP, and more
Next-Generation Financial Technology
- Wisdom of where and how to apply NoSQL technologies
NoSQL: Where and How
- Craftsmanship & Engineering, Deliberate Practice, Leadership, Quality, Learning
- Node.JS, Haskell, Webmachine, Clojure, Conversational Web
- HTML5@Facebook, WebSockets, Mobile, Secure browser OO
HTML5, the Platform
- JVM Languages, Java EE, Spring, OSGi, Virtualization & Cloud, GC
Future of Java
- Azure, Rx Async Programming, Code Contracts, Reflection
.NET State of the Art
- Advanced iOS4 and Android stuff
iOS4 and Android
Robert C. Martin - "
Bad Code, Craftsmanship, Engineering, and Certification"
Joe Armstrong - "
Message Passing Concurrency in Erlang "
Oren Eini - "
The Wizardry of Scaling"
- " A Pattern Language for Parallel Programming"
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