QCon is coming back to San Francisco... 

Tutorials: Nov. 17 - 18, 2008
Conference:  Nov. 19 - 21, 2008

This second annual San Francisco enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects and project management is back! Bloggers wrote about 32of the 60 sessions at last year’s event, read this article to see what the attendees said. There is no other event in the US with similar opportunities for learning, networking, and tracking innovation occurring in the Java, .NET, Ruby, SOA, Agile, and architecture communities.

Some of our speakers include :

Rod Johnson, Spring Creator

Martin Fowler, Refactoring, Analysis Patterns

Kent Beck, First software Patterns, XP, xUnit

Joe Stump, Digg.com Lead Architect

Dan Farino, MySpace.com Architect

David Laribee, ALT.NET ring leader

Eric Evans, Mr. Domain Driven Design

Erik Meijer, Designed LINQ & Haskell98 languages

Gregor Hohpe, EAI Patterns Author

Steve Vinoski, Corba & Distributed System Guru

Pollyanna Pixton, Author of "Fear, Trust, and the Bottom Line"

John Musser, Programmableweb.com Founder


Architectures you've always wondered about
Case Studies by Facebook, MySpace, Digg.com, Shutterfly, and EBay architects.

Scaling Agility
How to Scale Lean and Agile in huge companies with large development orgs.

Cloud computing
Will the little cloud icon replace the server & database-cylinder on tomorrows system design schematics?

Being Agile
Become an agile developer so it will become a part of you and something which lives inside you.

Effective design and Clean code
How to best translate a set of abstract ideas into working and functional software.

Functional and Concurrent Programming Languages Applied
Actual use of functional programming languages and actor/concurrent languages.

Java Emerging Technologies
Spring App Platform, Google Android, Mylyn, Java concurrency/multi-core, and more.

RIA in the real world: The Evolution of the Client
Real project experiences with Silverlight, JavaFX, Flex/Air, GWT.

DSLs in Practise
This track covers a wide range of business areas and technical implementations of DSLs.

Data Storage Rethinking: Document Oriented Distributed Databases
Distributed DB, CouchDB, RDDB, HBase, BigTable and Hypertable.

Domain Driven Design
This track will take you through the foundations of DDD, and how they are applicable and actually applied in projects.

Real World REST: The Web as an integration architecture
The fight between enterprise architecture and Web architecture is over, and the Web has won out.

Ruby for the Enterprise
How the Enterprise can embrace Ruby as their development platform of choice.

Alternatives in the .NET Space: Open Source, Frameworks and Languages
Alt.NET: the community-driven .NET development.


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