Speaker: Mark Price

Performance Engineering Specialist at Aitu Software

Mark Price is an experienced technologist, with an enthusiasm for all things performance-related. He writes a popular blog on JVM and Linux topics, and is a regular speaker at international tech conferences. 

Mark has worked on high-throughput, large-scale, and low-latency distributed systems for more than ten years. He has also authored and contributed to many open-source projects that are used for monitoring, messaging and profiling high-performance systems. 

When not working as a consultant in Performance Engineering, Mark is interested in exploring the limits of what can be achieved with fast computers, mechanical sympathy, and an understanding of how our programs interact with the operating-system that they run on.

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Preliminary tracks

Discover some of the topics you will see at QCon London. *The schedule is subject to change

Event-Based Architectures: The Hard Parts

Architectures You've Always Wondered About

Building High Performing Teams

Scaling Security, from Device to Cloud

From Remote to Hybrid Teams: Return to Office?

Performance/Mechanical Sympathy

Next Generation Microservices: Building Distributed Systems the Right Way

Modern Data Pipelines & Streams

The Cloud Operating Model

Chaos and Resilience: Architecting for Success

Scaling Frontend

Modern JVM Innovations

MLOps: Implementing ML Across the Enterprise

Architecting a Modern Financial Institution

Crafting the Developer Experience

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