Speaker: Martin Thompson
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Keynote: Engineering You
Talk: High Performance Managed Languages
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Architecting for Failure
Building fault tolerate systems that are truly resilient
Architectures You've Always Wondered about
QCon classic track. You know the names. Hear their lessons and challenges.
Containers - State Of The Art
What is the state of the art, what's next, & other interesting questions on containers.
Dark Code: The Legacy/Tech Debt Dilemma
How do you evolve your code and modernize your architecture when you're stuck with part legacy code and technical debt? Lessons from the trenches.
Data Engineering : Where the Rubber meets the Road in Data Science
Science does not imply engineering. Engineering tools and techniques for Data Scientists
Engineering Culture @ <insert cool company names here>
Culture, Organization Structure, Modern Agile War Stories
Fast & Furious: Ad Serving, Finance, & Performance
Learn some of the tips and technicals of high speed, low latency systems in Ad Serving and Finance
Java: Interesting Stuff in the Space
What do you need to know about Java: JDK9, low latency, and more.
Modern CS in the Real World
Applied, practical, & real-world dive into industry adoption of modern CS ideas
Modern Distributed Architectures
Migrating, deploying, and realizing modern cloud architecture.
Modern Learning Systems
Real world use of the latest machine learning technologies in production environments
Observability Done Right: Automating Insight & Software Telemetry
Tools, practices, and methods to know what your system is doing
Performance myths that need busting and the tools & techniques to get there
Practical Cryptography & Blockchains: Beyond the Hype
Looking past the hype of blockchain technologies, alternate title: Weaselfree Cryptography & Blockchain
Security: The Attacker's Mindset
How Attackers Think. Penetration testing techniques, exploits, toolsets, and skills of software hackers
Softskills: Essential Skills for Developers
Skills for the developer in the workplace
Workhorse Languages, Not Called Java
Workhorse languages not called Java.