QCon is a practitioner-driven conference designed for technical team leads, architects, and project managers who influence software innovation in their teams.

Video schedule
Over the course of the next 6 months, you can take a trip down memory lane and experience the presentations you attended or the ones you missed due to conflicting presentations. Videos of the presentations will be posted on InfoQ.com Enterprise Software Development Community. Below you can find the publication calendar:
To serve our attendees better, this year we have experimented with filming all the editorial tracks at QCon and publishing them in draft mode (without slide synchronization), available for registered attendees-only to watch. See the early access calendar here.
25 MAR
  1. Performance Testing Java Applications
  2. High Performance Messaging for Web-Based Trading Systems
  3. How to rescue our kids: fixing the ICT crisis at school
  • Martin Thompson
  • Frank Greco
  • Simon Peyton Jones
01 APR
  1. Testing iOS Apps
  2. How NOT to Measure Latency
  3. In-Memory Message & Trade repositories
  • Graham Lee
  • Gil Tene
  • John T Davies
08 APR
  1. A little graph theory for the busy developer
  2. Integrating SQL & NoSQL & NewSQL & Realtime Data Intelligence for the Financial Industry
  3. The Past, Present, and Future of NoSQL
  • Jim Webber
  • Charles Cai, Ashwani Roy
  • Matt Asay
15 APR
  1. Riak and Dynamo, Five Years Later
  2. Applying Evolutionary Architecture on Popular API
  3. Functional Reactive Programming in the Netflix API
  • Andy Gross
  • Phil Calcado
  • Ben Christensen
22 APR
  1. Introducing the BBC's Linked Data Platform and APIs
  2. Building APIs by building on APIs
  3. Generic Hypermedia and Domain-Specific APIs: RESTing in the ALPS
  • David Rogers
  • Paul Downey, David Heath
  • Mike Amundsen
29 APR
  1. Road to REST
  2. Keynote: The power of abstraction
  3. A Platform for all that we know
  • Rickard Oberg
  • Barbara Liskov
  • Savas Parastatidis
06 MAY
  1. No Link Left Behind
  2. The Java EE 7 Platform: Higher Productivity & Embracing HTML 5
  3. Highly Available near real-time Data Distribution beyond the network edge
  • Paul Downey
  • Arun Gupta
  • Darach Ennis
13 MAY
  1. Architecting for High Availability
  2. Web Development: You're Doing it Wrong
  3. Confessions of an Agile addict
  • Attila Narin
  • Stefan Tilkov
  • Ole Friis Ostergaard
20 MAY
  1. You are not a software developer! - Simplicity in practice
  2. Clouds in Government - Perils of Portability
  3. Cooking on Gas: How to use Chef to get a better cloud deal
  • Russell Miles
  • Gareth Rushgrove
  • Stephen Nelson-Smith
27 MAY
  1. Extending CloudFoundry with new Services
  2. Racing Thru the Last Mile: Cloud Delivery Web-Scale Deployment
  3. Sprints, Scala, Scale & Serendipity: Blue sky thinking and washing the pots on the road to success at a Technology startup
  • Chris Hedley, Andrew Crump
  • Alex Papadimoulis
  • Ian Brookes, Rob Strange
03 JUN
  1. How to turn startup ideas into reality by taking money from strangers
  2. Put a UI Developer in a Bank; See what happens
  3. The Future of Mobile Banking
  • Ian Brookes
  • Horia Dragomir
  • Michael Nuciforo
10 JUN
  1. Protecting Mobile Apps and security around Bring Your Own Device
  2. Parallel KEYNOTE: 8 Lines of Code
  3. The Why, What and How of Open Data
  • Alex Batlin, Shane Williams
  • Greg Young
  • Jeni Tennison
17 JUN
  1. Deleting Code at Nokia
  2. Building Hypermedia APIs with HTML
  3. People over Process: Applying it in real world software development
  • Tom Coupland
  • Jon Moore
  • Glen Ford
24 JUN
  1. Climbing out of a crisis loop: How a critical BBC back-end team reigned in a workflow crisis-to-crisis cycle
  2. Between Fluffy Bunnies and Command & Control: Agile Adoption in Practice
  3. Accelerating Agile: hyper-performing without the hype
  • Katherine Kirk, Rafiq Gemmail

  • Benjamin Mitchell
  • Dan North
01 JUL
  1. Yanking business into testing - with lots of vegetables
  2. New capabilities of HTML5 browsers
  3. Developing the FT web app
  • Gojko Adzic, Lukas Oberhuber
  • Maximiliano Firtman
  • Robert Shilston
  1. JavaScript as Data Processing Language & HTML5 Integration
  2. Erlang and the Chasm
  3. Cloud and Banking IT, each can learn from the other
  • Quentin Adam
  • Torben Hoffmann
  • Richard Croucher
15 JUL
  1. Leapfrogging online payments & burying tech debt
  2. Keynote: A Forward Look at Federated Wiki
  3. Startup Architecture: how to lean on others to get stuff done
  • David Craelius
  • Ward Cunningham
  • Robbie Clutton
22 JUL
  1. Inside Lanyrd's Architecture
  2. Green shoots in the brownest field: Being a startup in Government
  3. How we scaled Songkick for more traffic and more productive development
  • Andrew Godwin
  • Mat Wall
  • Marc Pacheco
29 JUL
  1. Architecture of the Triposo travel guide
  2. RabbitMQ and .NET with EasyNetQ
  3. Play & Grails, a fireside chat between two leading web server-side frameworks
  • Jon Tirsen, Douwe Osinga
  • Mike Hadlow
  • David Dawson, Russell Miles
  1. Visualizing Information with HTML5
  2. Rich HTML/JS applications with knockout.js and no server
  3. Taming Functional Web Testing with Spock and Geb
  • Dio Synodinos
  • Steven Sanderson
  • Peter Niederwieser
12 AUG
  1. Equity - transparent and live risk assessment
  2. Consumerisation - what does it mean to a developer?
  3. The technology behind an Equity Trade
  • Tormod Varhaugvik
  • Chris Swan
  • John O'Hara
19 AUG
  1. Approximate methods for scalable data mining
  2. Physical Pi
  3. Here Comes Wearable Technology!
  • Andrew Clegg
  • Romilly Cocking, Steve Freeman
  • Rain Ashford
26 AUG
  1. Hire Education - making interviews rock
  2. NoHR Hiring
  3. 3 SHORT TALKS: What do techies know about recruitment?
  • Trisha Gee, Dan North
  • Martijn Verburg, Zoe Slattery
  • Israel Boza Rodriguez, Stefan Tilkov, Paul Shannon
02 SEP
  1. Ideas, not Art: Drawing Out Solutions
  2. Machine Me
  3. User Generated Art: the Artist as Manipulator
  • Heather Willems
  • Fernando Orellana
  • Remko van Dokkum
09 SEP
  1. Painful success - lessons learned while scaling up
  2. Modern Legacy Systems
  3. Advanced sensors in Mobile devices
  • Jesper Richter-Reichhelm
  • Robert Annett
  • Adam Blum
16 SEP
  1. Architecting PhoneGap Applications
  • Christophe Coenraets
Note: These dates are subject to change without notice.