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Learn the emerging trends. Explore the use cases. Implement the best practices.

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QCon London international software development conference.
March 27 - 29, 2023

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Innovators
  • Green Tech
  • Rust
  • WASM
  • eBPF
  • Machine Learning @ Edge
  • Scalable Configuration Managment
  • Infrastructure Unification
  • Cue Lang
Early Adopters
  • MLOps
  • Team Topologies
  • Staff+ Engineer Path
  • Service Meshes
  • Microfrontends
  • Multicloud Practices
  • Software Ethics
  • Feature Engineering
  • Mode Infrerence/Prediction
  • Observability Practices
  • Server-Driven Frontend
  • Decarbonizing the Grid
  • Operator Pattern for Non-Clustered Resources
  • Patterns & Heuristics Enabling Fast Flow
  • Open Policy Agent
  • Java 16
  • Paved Road
Early Majority
  • DevSecOps
  • DevOps in Practice
  • Kubernetes Strategies
  • Observability / Telemetry
  • Site Reliability Engineering
  • Chaos Engineering
  • Operating Microservices
  • Data Engineering
  • GraphQL
  • Go Techniques & Patterns
  • DevEx
  • Reactive
  • Performance
  • Macroservices
  • Serverless: Orchestration & Choreography
  • Cloud Architectures
  • Patterns for Scale
  • IaC (Infrastructure as Code)
  • Polyglot Software Practices

Learn the emerging trends

Curated trends our Program Committee believe have the most impact in software development.

Explore the use cases

Learn how real-world practitioners are applying the tech to help you solve common problems.

Implement the best practices

Get implementable ideas to shape your projects that last beyond the conference.

I love the variety of topics. It is my annual recap of the technology industry and helps me keep up with what the industry considers modern and state of the art. And mostly I like the fact that people are open about sharing both their successes and failures.

Nikhil Mohan

Senior MTS/ Engineering @Salesforce

Tracks

Discover the tracks you will see at QCon London - Schedule Subject to Change

Mar 29

Architectures You've Always Wondered About

The biggest software systems on the planet need sophisticated architectures, deliberately and carefully designed to support true planet-scale, along with high availability, durability, security, and many other concerns.
Matt Turner

Software Engineer @Tetrateio and Co-Founder for Istio London

Mar 27

Performance: Designing and Tuning

Getting the most out of hardware is important to save money on cloud workloads and also for sustainability. In this track we'll look at ways to design software to make the most of modern CPU and memory architectures as well as tools and techniques to find performance bottle necks.
Justin Cormack

CTO @Docker

Mar 28

Modern Frontend Development and Architecture

Let's talk about the frontend, not with the tools we use but through the problems we're solving. re-usability, composition, abstraction, velocity, performance.
Loiane Groner

Development Manager @Citibank

Mar 27

Paving the Road: Enhancing Developer Productivity and Experience

How to supercharge developer productivity and happiness.
Nayana Shetty

Principal Engineer @LEGO_Group

Mar 29

AI/ML Trends

Discover how to operationalize machine learning applications that are scalable, secure, and interpretable.
Mehrnoosh Sameki

Principal PM Manager @Microsoft

Mar 27

The Tech of FinTech

FinTech startups have led the way in adopting new technology such as cloud, pushing down perceived regulatory barriers as they go. In response established financial services firms have also been building their own modern architectures. This track will feature presenters from both, examining the tech they've adopted, and the business value that it's delivered.

Mar 29

Staff+ Engineering in Practice

What are the skills you need to develop if you want to stay on the technical track to technical lead, staff, or principal? What will it take to thrive in this type of role?
Fabiane Nardon

Data Scientist, Java Champion & CTO @tail_oficia

Mar 28

Debugging Production

You get paged about a problem in production - but how do you know just what system or service is acting up? What do you do to identify and mitigate the impact on users before ultimately fixing any underlying issues? This track we'll look at the state of the art in tools and processes for  incident management, observability, and debugging high impact production systems.
Abby Bangser

Principal Engineer @Syntasso

Mar 27

Architecture in 2025

We will be exploring and discussing answers to questions on: What does architecture design look like in the future? What is the role of the software architect? Who else is involved? How do you prepare for this?

Mar 29

Building Security in Earlier

Presentations on how 'shift left' has been applied in practice to build security into applications and services earlier in their release to production pipeline.
Stefania Chaplin

Solutions Architect @GitLab

Mar 27

Socially Conscious Software

This timely track deep dives into innovative technologies that focus on reaching sustainability goals, tools used to measure carbon emissions, clean energy/transportation, and decarbonization.

Mar 28

Building Modern Backends

Polyglot, developer-focused track around Innovations building low-friction, performant backends and web APIs powering software today.

Mar 29

Data Engineering Innovations

Learn from technology SMEs and industry's leading data practitioners about trends and innovations happening in data engineering space including what's new in data streaming (stream processing, stream warehouse, stream graph), data API's (gRPC, GraphQL, and of course REST), data lineage, automated data pipelines and cloud data platforms & containerization technologies.
Sid Anand

Chief Architect and Head of Engineering @ Datazoom & Co-chair @QCon

Mar 28

Architecture with Sustainability in Mind

In this track, we explore how companies are architecting for sustainability. Key areas of focus include measuring carbon footprint, decarbonizing the products we produce, and how we as software engineers can reduce the overall climate impact of the things we build. Finally, this track looks ahead to how technology can create a better future for the generations to follow.
Sarah Hsu

Site Reliability Engineer @GoldmanSachs

Mar 28

Remote and Hybrid Work: What Now?

Before & After": Hybrid Work Strategies: Hybrid work, 4-day workweeks, remote work, working from a remote island, returning to the office, and how these impact development productivity and, ultimately, careers.
Shane Hastie

Global Delivery Lead for SoftEd and Lead Editor for Culture & Methods at InfoQ.com

Learn from senior software engineers

Real-world technical talks from software leaders at early adopter companies

Domain leaders

Learn what's next from world-class leaders pushing the boundaries.

Relatable challenges

Learn how senior developers are solving the challenges you face.

Diverse perspectives

Get new ideas and perspectives across multiple domains.

Valuable lessons

Actionable insights from those working on real-world projects.

Time to connect

Intentional time built-in for you to connect with speakers and peers.

No hype

No hidden marketing. No sales pitches.

I love the QCon vibe. Everybody is down to earth and open to showing and talking about how they solve real-world complex problems. The speakers are top-notch and represent the state of the art in the industry. I like that there is no product/marketing aspect to the main tracks. I always leave QCon feeling refreshed, and eager to return to work and tackle something new!

Kerrie Clark

Architect @Capital One Finance

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Join facilitated sessions to help you work through topics and generate new ideas to current challenges.

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Ben Linders
@BenLinders

Due to QCon's focus on early stage technology trends and the curated expert speakers, the material presented was visionary, fresh, and applicable for things we need to solve in our teams. The conference was well-facilitated, and the daily format (keynote/intro in AM introducing tracks) was compelling also.

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'We Care' experience

A safe place where everyone is welcome

Enforced Code of Conduct

All-Gender restroom

Prayer room

Lactation room

Quiet areas

Sessions feedback for constant improvement

Badge optimized for peer-sharing

Accessible event space

Variety of food options (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, special diet meals)

Detailed food labels

Diversity scholarships

Community events

DEI guidelines for track hosts and speakers

All-day coffee

Flexible online experience

On-demand access for 90 days

Conference Venue

The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre - London

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The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre - London

Situated in the heart of Westminster, the QEII Centre is ideally located to take advantage of everything London has to offer. Uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and the London Eye, you will be within a five-minute walk to the Thames and surrounded by excellent transport links in and out of the capital.

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Join the Senior Software Engineers, Software Architects, and Technical Team Leads at QCon London

QCon London isn't just a software conference. It's the place where senior software engineers, tech leads, and software architects come together to learn, share, and push each other to drive innovation in the software industry.

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Developer

24%

Software Architect, Technical Team Lead and Higher

34%

Senior Developer / Lead
Engineer

23%
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  • Senior Management (VP, CTO, CIO, Director)
  • Architect: Technical / Application (platform specific)
  • Enterprise Architect / Chief Architect
  • Architect: Solution / Systems (Integration Focused)
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We've been helping software development teams adopt new technologies and practices for over 17 years. The driving force behind every QCon conference is our passion to accelerate the software side of human progress.

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