QCon San Francisco 2011, Thanks for attending

Mark your calendars for 2012 - Tutorials: Nov. 5-6 / Conference: Nov. 7-9

Missed QCon SF?  Check out our video calendar where we post when presentations from QCon SF 2011 will be online on InfoQ.com

QCon is a practitioner-driven conference designed for team leads, architects and project management.  The program includes two tutorial days led by over 80 industry experts and authors and three conference days with 18 tracks and over 80 speakers covering a wide variety of relevant and exciting topics in software development today. There is no other event in the US with similar opportunities for learning, networking, and tracking innovation occurring in the enterprise software development community. 

Technical Tracks

Why Java is still sexy?: It's fast! It's concise! It's expressive! It's... Java? Wow!

HTML5 & JavaScript, State of the Art: Leveraging the world's fastest evolving platform

New Languages changing your World!Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue

Advancing Agile to the next stage with Lean: Design Thinking, Complexity vs. Lean, System Design

Agile in Midlife: Where does it want to go tomorrow?

Web APIs: Architecting, Managing, Securing, & Monetizing  Web APIs

Architecture Case studies Tracks I & II: Previous QCon's featured architetures from Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, Visa, eBay, Amazon

Systems that never stop: Sometimes there is no such thing as the "test version" ... only the real thing

Software Architecture Improvements: Architecture Refactoring, Re-engingeering, Erosion, Arch Assessment

Beautiful Code: Not just functional, but nice to look at

Functional Web: Last QCon featured: Node.JS, Haskell, Webmachine, Clojure, Conversational Web

Cross Mobile Development: Exploring HTML5 mobile applications that work across multiple devices and platforms

Big Data & NoSQL: Where and how to apply BigData & NoSQL technologies

Real life Cloud architectures: There's a lot of buzz, but how's the cloud really used?


QCon SF 2011 is Sold Out.  Sign up on our Wait List and we will notify you if tickets become available.

QCon Videos

Dan North - "Simplicity, The Way of the Unusual Architect"
Jez Humble - "Continuous Delivery"
Dan Ingalls - "Forty Years of Fun with Computers"
Patrick Copeland - "Innovation at Google"
Ryan King - "NoSQL at Twitter"

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