QCon London 2019 is a wrap!

Over 1500 attendees, speakers, and exhibitors made the 13th edition of the conference one of our best ones yet. Take a look at the conference highlights. Catch up with the session videos you missed. See what people had to say on social about #QConLondon.

2019 Tracks, Hosts and Trainings

“JavaScript: Powering the Modern Web”, “Languages for Specific Domains”, “Advances in FinTech” were just some of the 18 editorial tracks at QCon London 2019. Take a look at the others and catch a glimpse of the QCon London 2019 trainings.

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2019 Trending Talks

Some of the top sessions from QCon London 2019 included “What We Got Wrong: Lessons from the Birth of Microservices” by @LightStepHQ’s Co-Founder Ben Sigelman, and “Airbnb’s Great Migration: Building Services at Scale” by @Airbnb’s Software Engineer Jessica Tai.

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2019 Keynotes

QCon London 2019 keynotes included Sarah Wells, Technical Director for Operations and Reliability @FT (Financial Times), and Peter Morgan, AI Community Leader, Founder, and CEO of Deep Learning Partnership.

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2019 Photos and Testimonials

Relive the QCon experience through our photos from the 13th edition of QCon London. Discover the impact QCon had on our attendees in their own words.

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2019 Topics

Over 1500 attendees learned from practitioners working in innovator and early adopter companies about the topics that matter most in software today. Our technology adoption curve captures these topics:

Innovators
  • BlockChain
  • Cloud Dataflow
  • Deep Learning
  • Unikernel
  • Spectre / Meltdown Counter Measures
  • Linuxkit
  • WebAssembly
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Developer Experience
Early Adopters
  • High Performance
  • Serverless
  • Chaos Engineering
  • Culture
  • Java 11
  • Kubernetes
Early Majority
  • Event Driven Architecture
  • DevOps
  • Microservices
  • Reactive Programming
  • Immutable Infrastructure
  • Observability
  • High Performing Teams
Use our interactive chart to learn more about the 2019 sessions by topic

2019 Hosts and Tracks

What is a QCon track? Each "editorial" track (that's what we call the curated talks focused on developer lessons) is a collection of software topics curated by a domain expert in areas such as culture, data science, machine learning, front-end technologies, and architecture. Take a look at the QCon London 2019 hosts and tracks:

2019 Trainings

QCon isn't just about the conference. QCon also offers a wide reach of trainings on the two days following the conference. We had an incredible lineup of trainings in 2019 that provided shorter technology-focused deep dives. This year’s topics included: Serverless, Containers, Kubernetes, Apache Kafka, KSQL, Java, Microservice, Security and more:

2019 Trending Talks

Catch up on the trending talks you missed from QCon London 2019
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The QCon Impact

QCon London isn’t just a software conference. It’s the place where senior software engineers, tech leads, and
architects come together to learn, share, and push each other to drive innovation in the software industry.
Find out what attendees had to say about their experience at QCon London 2019.

This has been an awesome conference, after speaking with others I think it’s due to the super technical content, quality speakers, and lack of vendor talks #qconlondon so glad I could be here :)

Jessie Frazelle
(@jessfraz)

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The sheer brain power on this stage is lighting up the room and reducing the QEII electric bill! @justincormack @jessfraz @perbu @KentonVarda @allisonrandal #qconlondon

Avi Deitcher
@avideitcher

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Slides from my @qconlondon talk today: lessons learned from writing over 300,000 lines of infrastructure code.

Yevgeniy Brikman
@brikis98

Great and diverse selection of tracks, different than other conferences plus Open Spaces, AMAs, etc. Organizers are open to new ideas and are very happy to try new things for a better conference experience. Talking to the organizers Silke, Wes and Dio during lunch and exchanging ideas and feedback was very nice and showed that you really care about the conference and making it a great experience for everyone.

Thomas Leu
Developer @Adcubum AG


QCon London 2019

I would recommend QCon. It has a wide variety of topics that would pique developers' interest. What makes QCon different is the span of topics, other conferences might only be centered around a single stack or a single technology but QCon binds these all together so we can bond over the love for new tech.

Mathias Faanes Olsen
Software Developer @Finn.no


QCon London 2019

I like QCon because it offers talks on such a wide variety of topics from experts all over the industry, and offers a friendly environment to connect with other like-minded individuals.

Michael Walsh
Software Engineer @Redgate Software


QCon London 2019

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