Over the course of the next 6 months, you can take a trip down memory lane and experience the presentations you attended or the ones you missed due to conflicting presentations. Videos of the presentations will be posted on InfoQ.com Enterprise Software Development Community. Below you can find the publication calendar:
Week Session Presenter
23 JUL
  1. Keynote: MythBusters 2.0 - Mission Critical Cloud Computing @ NASA
  2. Keynote: How the 10 key lessons from Java and C++ history inform the cloud
  3. Building OAuth2-Enabled, Multi-Tenant Applications with Spring Security
  4. Fighting the 21st Century Fraudster
  5. Design Patterns for Combining Fast Data with Big Data in Finance
  • Khawaja Shams
  • Cameron Purdy
  • Robert Winch
  • Kunal Bhasin
  • Mike Stolz
30 JUL
  1. Highly Connected Data in NOSQL Databases
  2. Securing the Cloud: Identity Management and Network Security in The Cloud
  3. Extreme Performance with Java
  • Jim Webber
  • Mark Ryland
  • Charlie Hunt
  1. NYTimes: World Class Journalism Accessible on Every Device
  2. High Performance Mobile
  3. Panel: Talking Teams and Fielding Your Questions
  4. Java EE 7 and HTML5: Developing for the Cloud
  • Brian Murphy
  • Steve Souders
  • David Hussman & David Laribee & Jeff Patton & Richard Sheridan & Susan Standiford
  • Arun Gupta
13 AUG
  1. From Private to Public Clouds - Ins and Outs, Dos and Don'ts, and Gotchas
  2. NoSQL database technology: A survey and comparison of systems
  3. Panel: How Banks are Managing Their Data
  4. Non blocking, composable reactive web programming with Iteratees in Play2
  • Jeremy Edberg
  • James Phillips
  • John T Davies & Frank Tarsillo & Jon Vernon
  • Sadek Drobi
20 AUG
  1. Co-making great products
  2. Erlang's Open Telecom Platform (OTP) Framework
  • Jeff Patton
  • Steve Vinoski
27 AUG
  1. Cross-Platform Mobile Apps with HTML, JavaScript and PhoneGap
  2. Creativity, Energy, Imagination and the Business Value of Joy
  3. Hook-up to the Social Networks with OAuth 2.0
  • Christophe Coenraets
  • Richard Sheridan
  • John T Davies
  1. The Database as a Value
  2. A Natural Fit - Making your Mobile Apps Social
  3. Netflix: Movies when you want, where you want, from the cloud!
  • Rich Hickey
  • Aryeh Selekman
  • Jeremy Edberg
10 SEP
  1. Unlock your Inner Node.js in the Cloud with Windows Azure
  2. The Lazy Learner
  3. Virtual Queues as a trade processing pattern
  • Glenn Block
  • Chris Matts
  • Uri Cohen
17 SEP
  1. Reducers - A Library and Model for Collection Processing
  2. The componentized, declarative Web
  3. Building a Product Delivery Team
  4. The Costs and Benefits Of Buliding Hypermedia APIs with Node.js
  • Rich Hickey
  • Peter Beverloo
  • David Laribee
  • Mike Amundsen
24 SEP
  1. Making things Work Together
  2. How Individuals Help Teams Become Excellent
  3. View Server: Delivering Real-Time Analytics for Customer Service
  • Subbu Allamaraju
  • Mike Hill
  • Richard Tibbetts
  1. The use and abuse of other people's Cucumbers
  2. Delivering JMS over WebSocket
  3. MapReduce and Its Discontents
  • Matt Wynne
  • Robin Zimmermann
  • Dean Wampler
  1. Restful Java Evolves
  2. Defining Clouds and When to Use Them
  3. An Executive PoV: Its all about You!
  • Bill Burke
  • Paul Weiss
  • Sue McKinney
15 OCT
  1. Keynote: From Crap to App
  2. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Java Garbage Collection But Were Afraid to Ask
  3. Spring Data - NoSQL, NoProblems
  • Mike Lee
  • Gil Tene
  • Peter Bell
22 OCT
  1. The Seventeen Secrets of the Great Legacy Makeover Masters
  2. Taming Firefox Developer Tools
  3. Real-Time Delivery Architecture at Twitter
  • Brian Foote
  • Joe Walker
  • Raffi Krikorian
29 OCT
  1. How To Follow Instructions
  2. Building Teams and Delivering Product during Change and Re-architecture
  3. Embracing Concurrency At Scale
  • Leonard Richardson
  • Susan Standiford
  • Justin Sheehy
  1. Etsy: Architecture Optimized for Change
  2. Web API Evolution
  3. Why you Won't Hear the Word "Cloud" on wall Street
  • Kellan Elliott-McCrea
  • Rob Daigneau
  • Ari Zilka
12 NOV
  1. Visualizing Information with HTML5
  2. Futures and Promises, Lessons in Concurrency Learned at Tumblr
  3. Making GPUs Accessible Through High Level Languages
  • Dio Synodinos
  • Blake Matheny
  • Abdul Dakkak
19 NOV
  1. GPUs in FINANCE
  2. Integrating GPUs in Software Development - From Concept to Deployment
  3. Big Time: Introducing Hadoop on Azure
  • Andrew Sheppard
  • Graham Brooks
  • Yaniv Rodenski
26 NOV
  1. Facebook News Feed: Social Data at Scale
  2. River Trail: Adding Data Parallelism to JavaScript
  3. Fine Grained Coordinated Parallelism in a Real World Application
  • Serkan Piantino
  • Rick Hudson
  • Mohammad Rezaei
  1. Patterns of Software Change
  2. Taking Time Seriously
  3. Letting Go of Agile Process and Embracing Agile Individuals
  • Michael Feathers
  • Bryan O'Sullivan
  • Mike Roberts
10 DEC
  1. The importance of descriptions in understanding the impact of change
  2. Accelerating the Web: How GPU's make browsers fast
  3. Building and delivering next generation developer services using private cloud infrastructure
  • Steve Ross-Talbot
  • Jarrod Nicholls
  • Chris Pinkham
17 DEC
  1. Introducing Apache Hadoop: The Modern Data Operating System
  2. Scaling Tumblr
  • Eli Collins
  • Ken Little
24 DEC
  1. Four Strategies for Recovering the Ability to Design When Surrounded by Messy Legacy
  • Eric Evans
31 DEC
  1. Faster, Cheaper Identity Management through Loose Coupling - The LIMA Approach
  2. Storm: Distributed and Fault-Tolerant Realtime Computation
  • Ganesh Prasad
  • Nathan Marz
Note: These dates are subject to change without notice.