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Slides from QCon are now available. Videos will be posted on InfoQ throughout the year.
Martin Fowler, Refactoring, Analysis Patterns
Dave Thomas, Pragmatic Programmers
Werner Vogels, Amazon.com CTO
Erik Meijer, Creator - LINQ
Jeff Sutherland, Co-creator, Scrum
Gavin King, Creator, Hibernate
Rod Johnson, Creator, Spring
Anne Thomas Manes, Burton Group Analyst
...and many more
Tracks at QCon
.Net Enterprise Development
WPF, ASP.NET, LINQ, WCF, Interop
Architecture , TDD, User Stories, Retrospectives, Scrum@Google
Ajax and Browser-Based Applications
Dojo, Prototype, Ajax Patterns, Google GWT, Flex
Architecture in context of quality attributes
Performance and Scalability, Modfiability, Availability, Security
Real time, STP, Messaging, AMQP, SEPA, MiFID, Front office
Java in Action
Spring, TestNG, EJB 3, AOP, Eclipse/Swing RCP
Java Emerging Technologies
Seam, OSGi, JRuby, Grails
The Agile Journey to Mastery
Open Space for experienced practitioners + Developing Expertise, Agile Quality Management, Mocks, Agile Hits the Wall.
SOA: Bridging business and technology
Adoption, Governance, Rest vs. SOAP, Service Composition
Software Usability for software developers
Analysis, Architecture, Patterns, Best practices
What makes Ruby Roll?
Ruby, Rails, DSLs, Rails Engines, Deployment
QCon, London, UK, March 12-16 2007
Conference for the Enterprise Software Development Community
QCon is a conference organized jointly by InfoQ.com and JAOO (organizers of the 10 year running JAOO conference in Denmark). The event will feature 2 tutorial days (March 12,13th) followed by three full conference days with multiple tracks.
In the tradition of InfoQ.com and JAOO conferences, QCon is designed with the technical depth and enterprise focus of interest to technical team leads, architects, and project managers and will be similar to JAOO in it's commitment to quality content and a high quality attendee experience.
There is no other event in the UK with similar opportunities for learning, networking, and tracking innovation occuring in the Java, .NET, Ruby, SOA, Agile, Ajax, and architecture communities.