QCon New York 2012

Conference: June 18-20 // Tutorials: June 21-22

Software is changing the world; QCon aims to empower software development by facilitating the spread of knowledge and innovation in the enterprise software development community; to achieve this, QCon is organized as a practitioner-driven conference designed for people influencing innovation in their teams: team leads, architects, project managers, engineering directors.

QCon is a full 3-day conference from Monday – Wednesday, June 18 – 20 and two tutorial days of full & half day tutorials on Thursday, Jun 21 and Friday, June 22 .  The conference will feature over 100 speakers in 6 concurrent tracks daily covering the most timely and innovative topics driving the evolution of enterprise software development today. The setting is the beautiful, centrally-located Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.

Some of this year’s speakers & editorial team include:
  • Eric Evans: Creator of Domain-Driven Design
  • Mike Lee: Produced Tap Tap Revenge, Obama '08, and Apple's Mobile Store
  • Raffi Krikorian: Twitter Engineering Director
  • Randy Shoup: former eBay Chief Engineer
  • Charlie Hunt: Architect of Performance Engineering at Salesforce.com
  • Frank Greco: NYJavaSIG Founder
  • Nathan Marz: Lead Engineer Backtype @ Twitter
  • Khawaja Shams: Cloud Lead Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Bill Burke, JBoss Division Fellow at Redhat
  • Jim Webber, Chief Scientist, Neo4J, Author: Web Services Architects Guide


Architectures You've Always Wondered About: Previous QCon's had Facebook, Twitter, eBay, Amazon and more.

Architectures in Financial Applications: Low-Latency, GPU, RDMA, Low-GC.

Programmable Web: The state of the art in Web APIs, Mashups and RESTful Architectures.

Building Strong Teams: The Origins of Success: Specific and concrete ways to create high performance software development teams.

The Agile Individual: Individual Skills and Techniques that help you be agile in any environment.

Concurrency in the Large: Parallelism and Concurrency: Stop Locking and Start Crunching.

Software Architecture Improvements: How do you grow a software architecture and respond to change?

Functional Programming Everywhere: Functional Fusion: Functional Concepts Across Languages.

Taming HTML5 and JS: Leveraging the world's fastest evolving platform.

Security: A Developer’s View: The realm of Security from the eyes of the developer.

Java - Still Alive and Well: What's new with Java?

Mobile Architectures: Delivering sophisticated mobile applications with iOS, Android, HTML5 and cross-platform frameworks.

Hardware Acceleration Today: Beating Moore's Law with GPUs.

Battle of The Clouds!: Let the cloud deployment models battle it out!

Big Data Paradigms: MapReduce, NoSQL, Graph Databases. How big data is getting bigger and how to make it work for you.


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