QCon is coming back to San Francisco..

Tutorials: Nov. 16 - 17, 2009

Conference:  Nov. 18 - 20, 2009

This third 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 :  

Don Box –  Architect of WCF, Essential COM

Martin Fowler –  Loud Mouth on OO, DSLs

Eric Evans –  Mr. Domain-Driven Design

Steve Freeman –  Agile Pioneer, JMock co-author

Ola Bini –  Jruby Core Developer, book author

Jeff Patton –  Agile Product Design Expert

Henrik Kniberg –  Author, Scrum and XP from the Trenches

Max Ross –  Google App Engine/ Java Lead

Dion Almaer & Ben Galbraith –  Ajaxian.com Co-founders



Denis Bregeon - I was very happy with it. Most of the talks tickled my imagination and that is the primary thing I was looking for. Many others gave me details on more technical subjects that I wanted to learn about.

David Forbes - Exhilirated after gorging on brain candy this week, I have a moment to reflect on what just happened. QCon was the right place to be. I can't imagine where else I would have rather been. If I had the week to do again, I would probably march right down to the Westin...again.

Brendan Quinn - The logistics were all great as usual, the wireless came thick and fast, and the food was pretty good -- ya gotta love that mid-afternoon ice cream run to keep the sugar levels high!





Agility as a Craft
Software development as a craft, becoming a master craftsperson

Architecture for the Architect
This track provides you with experiences and advice from architects to

Architectures you've always wondered about
Facebook, Linked-In, and other high scale & complex case studies.

Browser as a Platform
Rich client applications deployed on a vanilla web browser

Cool Stuff with Java
What kind of cool things are being done with Java and how does they influence language development? 

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

Emerging Languages
Scala, Clojure, Ruby, F#. New languages is en vouge again.

Kanban/ Lean Software Development
As part of the Lean toolbox, Kanban provides an invaluable tool to reduce rework.

Soa: Hits and Misses
Lessons learned and the future of SOA based on past successes and failures

Technical Skills for Agile Development
True Agility - the ability to respond rapidly to change - requires strong
technical skills and practice.

The Cloud: Platform or Utility
Vendors and practitioners make their case for the nature of the Cloud and its status as the “Next Big Thing!”

The Enterprise-IT Ecology
Better integration of IT and the Enterprise to improve integration and achieve effectiveness 


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QCon Videos

Lennart Augustsson - "Strongly Typed Domain Specific Embedded Languages"
Kent Beck - "Just You Wait"
Martin Fowler and Rebecca Parsons - "Agilists and Architects: Allies not Adversaries Presentation"
Greg Young - "Unshackle Your Domain"
Martin Fowler and Zack Exley - "Democratic Political Technology Revolution"

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