2019 Speakers

Track Hosts

Hacker at Large, Co-chair @QCon & Data Council, PMC &...
Senior Software Engineer, Resilience Team @Netflix
Engineering Manager, SRE @Google
Software Engineer @coinbase
Director of Engineering @Netflix
Engineering leader @Netflix
Engineering Coach @helpscout

Programming Committee

QCon San Francisco Lead Chair, Co-host of the InfoQ Podcast, &...
VP Engineering and Chief Architect @eBay, Previously @StitchFix @...

Directory

First name Last namesort descending Short title
Neha Batra Engineering Manager on Desktop @GitHub
Monica Beckwith Java Champion, First Lego League Coach, passionate about JVM Performance @Microsoft
Harry Brumleve VP of Product and Technology @FixdRepair
Karen Casella Director of Engineering @Netflix, previously leading architecture teams @eBay & @Sun
Justin Cormack Developer @Docker
Courtney Hemphill Partner & Tech Lead @CarbonFive
Jessica Kerr Polyglot Functional Developer @atomist
Danielle Leong Engineering Manager on GitHub's Community and Safety Team
Bryan Liles Staff Engineer @heptio
Katharina Probst Senior Engineering Leader, Kubernetes & SaaS @Google
Gwen Shapira Software Engineer @Confluent, PMC Member @Kafka, & Committer Apache Sqoop
Randy Shoup VP Engineering and Chief Architect @eBay, Previously @StitchFix @Google & @Ebay
Ashley Williams Core Rust Team @RustLang

Last Year's Tracks

  • Monday, 16 November

  • Social Responsibility: Implications of Building Modern Software

    Software has an ever increasing impact on individuals and society. Understanding these implications helps build software that works for all users

  • Non-Technical Skills for Technical Folks

    To be an effective engineer, requires more than great coding skills. Learn the subtle arts of the tech lead, including empathy, communication, and organization.

  • Clientside: From WASM to Browser Applications

    Dive into some of the technologies that can be leveraged to ultimately deliver a more impactful interaction between the user and client.

  • Languages of Infra

    More than just Infrastructure as a Service, today we have libraries, languages, and platforms that help us define our infra. Languages of Infra explore languages and libraries being used today to build modern cloud native architectures.

  • Mechanical Sympathy: The Software/Hardware Divide

    Understanding the Hardware Makes You a Better Developer

  • Paths to Production: Deployment Pipelines as a Competitive Advantage

    Deployment pipelines allow us to push to production at ever increasing volume. Paths to production looks at how some of software's most well known shops continuous deliver code.

  • Tuesday, 17 November

  • Java, The Platform

    Mobile, Micro, Modular: The platform continues to evolve and change. Discover how the platform continues to drive us forward.

  • Security for Engineers

    How to build secure, yet usable, systems from the engineer's perspective.

  • Modern Data Engineering

    The innovations necessary to build towards a fully automated decentralized data warehouse.

  • Machine Learning for the Software Engineer

    AI and machine learning are more approachable than ever. Discover how ML, deep learning, and other modern approaches are being used in practice by Software Engineers.

  • Inclusion & Diversity in Tech

    The road map to an inclusive and diverse tech organization. *Diversity & Inclusion defined as the inclusion of all individuals in an within tech, regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, race, age, sexual orientation, and physical or mental fitness.

  • Architectures You've Always Wondered About

    How do they do it? In QCon's marquee Architectures track, we learn what it takes to operate at large scale from well-known names in our industry. You will take away hard-earned architectural lessons on scalability, reliability, throughput, and performance.

  • Wednesday, 18 November

  • Architecting for Confidence: Building Resilient Systems

    Your system will fail. Build systems with the confidence to know when they do and you won’t.

  • Remotely Productive: Remote Teams & Software

    More and more companies are moving to remote work. How do you build, work on, and lead teams remotely?

  • Operating Microservices

    Building and operating distributed systems is hard, and microservices are no different. Learn strategies for not just building a service but operating them at scale.

  • Distributed Systems for Developers

    Computer science in practice. An applied track that fuses together the human side of computer science with the technical choices that are made along the way

  • The Future of APIs

    Web-based API continue to evolve. The track provides the what, how, and why of future APIs, including GraphQL, Backend for Frontend, gRPC, & ReST

  • Resurgence of Functional Programming

    What was once a paradigm shift in how we thought of programming languages is now main stream in nearly all modern languages. Hear how software shops are infusing concepts like pure functions and immutablity into their architectures and design choices.

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