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Learn the emerging trends. Explore the use cases. Implement the best practices.

QCon New York international software development conference.
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, June 13-15, 2023.

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Explore the tracks you will see at QCon New York

Discover what you’ll learn

Jun 13

Architectures You've Always Wondered About

Join the big names in software as they share details on their architectural challenges of delivering content & functionality at massive scale with modern and aging technology alike.
Sergey Fedorov

Director of Engineering @Netflix

Jun 13

Modern Data Architecture & Engineering

Innovations happening in the data engineering space, including data streaming (stream processing, stream warehouse, stream graph), data API's (gRPC, GraphQL, REST), data lineage, automated data pipelines, and cloud data platforms and containerization technologies.
Allen Wang

Senior Staff Engineer @DoorDash

Jun 13

Language Platforms and Software Supply Chain

As computing evolved, targeting specific hardware and architectures became impractical, leading to the development of language platforms and runtimes such as Java’s JVM and Microsoft’s CLR.

Priya Wadhwa

Software Engineer @Chainguard

Colin Eberhardt

CTO @Scott_Logic

Jun 13

Staff+ Engineering: New Skills, New Challenges

There are different skills required to be a senior engineer. You need to gain an understanding of the tech strategy, influence people, and manage your time to enable people and deliver complex projects.
Leslie Chapman

Engineering Fellow @Comcast

Jun 14

Designing Modern Reliable Architectures

Real-world strategies and techniques for designing and maintaining resilient software systems. Industry experts discussing emerging trends and best practices in areas such as fault tolerance, distributed systems, and scalability to optimize software reliability and drive business success.
Silvia Esparrachiari

Software Engineer @Google

Jun 14

MLOps - Production & Delivery for ML Platforms

Emerging engineering discipline combining ML, DevOps and Data Engineering, topics: feature engineering, model dev, lifecycle management. Model Inference/Prediction, observability).
Bozhao (Bo) Yu

Founder @BentoML.ai

Jun 14

Next Gen Fintech: Performance, Complexity & Privacy

The tech and architectures adopted by FinTech startups and established financial institutions as they innovate on performance and compliance.
Neha Sardana

Vice President & Senior Developer @MorganStanley

Jun 14

Optimizing Teams for Fast Flow - Surviving in the Post-agile Aftermath

Patterns and heuristics enabling fast flow and rapid evolution of modern software, including decision/sense making techniques, team dynamics, & technical practices.
Katharine Chajka

Senior Product Manager @Planview Flow Methodology

Jun 15

Doing Platform Engineering Well

How to build an internal developer platform that is a compelling product for your engineering teams, supporting their autonomy and allowing them to focus on delivering business value at a higher pace.
Sarah Wells

Independent Consultant and Author

Jun 15

Next in Cloud Native Development

Latest advancements and best practices from the world of Cloud Native development, including Go on Cloud, config DSLs, tooling on Cloud, Ecstasy lang, Serverless architectures, and more.
Christie Warwick

Software Engineer @Google

Jun 15

ML in Practice

In this track, we’ll look at the practical application of machine learning in experiences that you have come to rely on.
Sid Anand

Chief Architect and Head of Engineering @Datazoom

Jun 15

Resilience Engineering - Culture as a System Requirement

Lessons learned from failures and outages, including humane operations, effective postmortems, and building systems knowing humans make mistakes.
Vanessa Huerta Granda

Solutions Engineer @Jeli.io

QCon is a great place for industry leaders to share what they've learned, techniques they've discovered, and pitfalls to avoid without an overarching sponsor presence.

Michael Villalobos

Engineering Manager @FairFinancial

Level-up on emerging software trends

Get assurance you're adopting the right patterns and practices

Innovators
  • Green Tech
  • Rust
  • WASM
  • eBPF
  • Machine Learning @ Edge
  • Scalable Configuration Management
  • Infrastructure Unification
  • Cue Lang
Early Adopters
  • MLOps
  • Team Topologies
  • Staff+ Engineer Path
  • Service Meshes
  • Microfrontends
  • Multicloud Practices
  • Software Ethics
  • Feature Engineering
  • Mode Inference/Prediction
  • Observability Practices
  • Server-Driven Frontend
  • Decarbonizing the Grid
  • Operator Pattern for Non-Clustered Resources
  • Patterns & Heuristics Enabling Fast Flow
  • Open Policy Agent
  • Java 17 (LTS)
  • Paved Road
Early Majority
  • DevSecOps
  • DevOps in Practice
  • Kubernetes Strategies
  • Observability / Telemetry
  • Site Reliability Engineering
  • Chaos Engineering
  • Operating Microservices
  • Data Engineering
  • GraphQL
  • Go Techniques & Patterns
  • DevEx
  • Reactive
  • Performance
  • Macroservices
  • Serverless: Orchestration & Choreography
  • Cloud Architectures
  • Patterns for Scale
  • IaC (Infrastructure as Code)
  • Polyglot Software Practices

Learn the emerging trends

Curated trends our Program Committee believe have the most impact in software development.

Explore the use cases

Learn how real-world practitioners are applying the tech to help you solve common problems.

Implement the best practices

Get implementable ideas to shape your projects that last beyond the conference.

I love the variety of topics. It is my annual recap of the technology industry and helps me keep up with what the industry considers modern and state of the art. And mostly I like the fact that people are open about sharing both their successes and failures.

Nikhil Mohan

Senior MTS/ Engineering @Salesforce

“What has always stood out for me has been QCon's commitment to its brand promises. First of all, it's focused on practitioner content. QCon conferences are all about the people that develop and work with future technologies. This starts from the Programming Committee, which comprises practitioners that are authorities in their domain.”

Dio Synodinos

President of C4Media, makers of InfoQ and QCon

Learn from senior software engineers

Real-world technical talks from software leaders at early adopter companies

Domain leaders

Learn what's next from world-class leaders pushing the boundaries.

Relatable challenges

Learn how senior developers are solving the challenges you face.

Diverse perspectives

Get new ideas and perspectives across multiple domains.

Valuable lessons

Actionable insights from those working on real-world projects.

Time to connect

Intentional time built-in for you to connect with speakers and peers.

No hype

No hidden marketing. No sales pitches.

I love the QCon vibe. Everybody is down to earth and open to showing and talking about how they solve real-world complex problems. The speakers are top-notch and represent the state of the art in the industry. I like that there is no product/marketing aspect to the main tracks. I always leave QCon feeling refreshed, and eager to return to work and tackle something new!

Kerrie Clark

Architect @Capital One Finance

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QCon is a fantastic conference that has given me a renewed excitement in leveraging new innovations, technologies, and approaches to solve the challenges faced in my day to day role.

John McCloskey, Senior Staff Software Engineer @Bazaarvoice

QCon is an experience that has had an impact on equipping me to grow as a team lead and software developer. It has impacted the direction of my journey through the world of software.

Craig Hewetson, Lead Software Engineer @VASTech

It really feels as it's from engineers for engineers instead of many commercial talks at other events where it sometimes feels like a sales pitch.

Tomeck Swinkels, DevOps Engineer @ING

QCon is a conference which creates opportunities for any developer in the world to talk to talented programmers who use leading-edge technology in their projects and are ready to communicate their experience. QCon inspires!

Alina Lapina, Senior Developer @Experis Ciber

I liked the variety of the sessions and the high caliber and diversity of the speakers. The session lengths were perfect chunks, not too long which has been a struggle at other conferences. And the app allowed for easy planning and navigation.

Tia Jackson, Software Engineer @General Dynamics

I would definitely recommend QCon, It was a life-changing experience and I would absolutely love to join again!

Shai Tal, Software Developer @Derivco

'We Care' experience

A safe place where everyone is welcome

Enforced Code of Conduct

All-Gender restroom

Prayer room

Lactation room

Quiet areas

Sessions feedback for constant improvement

Badge optimized for peer-sharing

Accessible event space

Variety of food options (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, special diet meals)

Detailed food labels

Diversity scholarships

Community events

DEI guidelines for track hosts and speakers

All-day coffee

Different seating arrangements

At QCon New York you will find different seating arrangements that cater to different communication preferences. Some session rooms are equipped with mixed seating consisting of classroom tables in front and round tables in the back of each session room.

We are providing attendees the option to pick between a less conversational experience or the opportunity to engage in conversation, network, and peer-share with fellow attendees based on their preference. Each table will be offering fidgets and icebreaker activities.

Conference Venue

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

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New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

Minutes from many amazing attractions, the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most exciting hotels in Brooklyn, New York. Situated moments from the Brooklyn Bridge and close to Barclays Center and Prospect Park, the hotel provides guests with an inspired vantage point for their stay.

To learn more please visit the venue page.

Conference Location
Hotel

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Benefit from our negotiated rates for QCon Attendees.
Reserve your room here. Rooms are limited and they do sell out fast, we encourage you to book your reservation early to avoid missing out.

Join Senior Software Engineers, Software Architects, and Technical Team Leads at QCon New York

QCon isn’t just a software conference. It’s the place where people like you come together to learn, share, and push each other to drive innovation in the software industry.

Software
Developer

24%

Software Architect, Technical Team Lead and Higher

34%

Senior Developer / Lead
Engineer

23%
  • Technical Team Lead
  • Senior Management (VP, CTO, CIO, Director)
  • Architect: Technical / Application (platform specific)
  • Enterprise Architect / Chief Architect
  • Architect: Solution / Systems (Integration Focused)
  • Technical Project Manager

Meet and Learn from Your Peers

25 Minute Breaks
“The Hallway Track”

Longer breaks between sessions to connect with attendees, speakers & sponsors or take time out to re-energize.

Unconferences

An unconference is a simple way to run productive, structured conversations for 5 to 2000 or more people, and a powerful way to lead any kind of organization in everyday practice and extraordinary change.

Social Events

Social Events

Conference Social, Exhibitor & Hospitality Receptions. Opportunities to mingle and network with speakers, attendees, editors and sponsors. Complimentary for all conference attendees.

QCon New York brought to you by the makers of QCon and InfoQ

We've been helping software development teams adopt new technologies and practices for over 17 years. The driving force behind every QCon conference is our passion to accelerate the software side of human progress.

Senior software developers rely on QCon and InfoQ to keep ahead of the adoption curve. One of the main reasons senior software engineers, software architects and team leads tell us they keep coming back to QCon and InfoQ is because they trust the information provided and selected by their peers. Join a global professional engineering community and adopt the right software innovations and practices.

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