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

Presentation: "Introduction of the Friday Tracks"

Time: Friday 08:30 - 09:00 / Location: Fleming

The Program Committee and Track Hosts will present today's program, provide a short introduction to the Tracks scheduled, inform you about last minute changes to the schedule and general information.

Colin Humphreys, CEO at Cloudcredo & Track Host

Colin Humphreys

Biography: Colin Humphreys

Colin Humphreys is CEO of CloudCredo, a team of people with extensive knowledge in running and customising platform and data services. He led the installation of the first SLA-driven production Cloud Foundry deployment, delivers tooling to the Cloud Foundry community, and is a regular conference speaker on PaaS-related topics. He also organises the London PaaS User Group, and is passionate about “Infrastructure as Code”, “Continuous Delivery”, “Devops”, and “Agile Testing”. Colin has spent the last twelve years sitting on the fence between development and operations, delivering solutions for eBay, Volkswagen, Paypal, Cineworld, and others.

Twitter: @hatofmonkeys
Track Host of "Next Gen Cloud"

Graham Lee, Security Consultant, Author of "Professional Cocoa Application Security" & Track Host

Graham Lee

Biography: Graham Lee

Graham Lee is a software engineer and instructor at Big Nerd Ranch, where he makes iOS, Android and Mac apps and helps other people to do the same. He is the author of three books, the most recent being APPropriate Behaviour.

Twitter: @secboffin
Track Host of "True Mobile & Beyond"

Jonas Partner, CloudCredo

Jonas Partner

Ralph Winzinger, Principal Architect at Senacor Technologies & Track Host

Ralph Winzinger

Biography: Ralph Winzinger

Ralph Winzinger is principal architect at Senacor Technologies in Germany. His daily business covers the whole life cycle of software engineering from business analysis via architecture planning and software design to production delivery and post production support. Although he is mainly working on the server side, he already started to enjoy mobile front ends when WAP was popular and he still does, though now mostly in the field of iOS and HTML5/JavaScript development. Besides his daily job, he currently co-working on a book project and loves to find the opportunity to discuss new technologies.

Twitter: @rwinz
Track Host of "Design to Exceed the Limit - High Scalable Architectures"

Sven Johann, Nomadic Programmer at Trifork & Track Host

Sven Johann

Biography: Sven Johann

Sven is a nomadic programmer who lived in four countries on two continents, partially at the same time. Having worked in research and industry, in domains like automotive, avionics, education or finance as well as on different embedded or enterprisy platforms, he hopes to profit from this diverse range of experiences by being always open enough to see the right solution for a problem instead of getting trapped by biases, old habits or prejudice. His love in software engineering belongs mostly to automation and the learning software organization. He occasionally blogs at blog.trifork.com.

Track Host of "Real Data Science" and "Big Data Architectures - handling too big, too fast or too versatile data"