Why are micro-interfaces important? How should you optimize your organizational architecture for speed and flow? How to succeed with microservices? Have you ever wondered how well-known technology companies can seamlessly deliver a great user experience while supporting millions of users and billions of transactions? Looking for new processes and software best practices?
Answer these questions in the next QCon Software Development Conferences, in person at QCon London (April 4-6)Where in line at QCon Plus (May 10-20). If you’re a software architect, senior engineer, or team leader, you don’t want to miss these great leads:
This track will examine frontal development from the perspective of practitioners. Speakers from around the world with decades of experience in frontend development will share their perspective on specific topics such as webpack, mobile development, micro-frontend architecture, and React. Get actionable insights from domain experts and learn best practices for delivering successful front-end applications.
The patterns and heuristics that enable rapid flow and rapid evolution in modern software systems can seem strange and confusing to people familiar with slower, project-based delivery. This track will explore decision-making and meaning-making techniques, inter-team dynamics, employee empowerment social practices, and tool-enabled technical practices that help optimize software architecture and organizational architecture for the speed and flow.
In this track, we bring you early adopter knowledge and experience, with a particular focus on how to set up your organization for microservices success and also how to design security into your microservices from day zero. Additionally, we’ll explore what it takes to successfully transition from a monolith to microservices and what you need to do to combat entropy as your microservices system matures.
In this track, we will discuss what is expected of a Staff-Plus Engineer. This includes exploring the leadership skills needed, the secrets to following this path, how companies can be prepared to support Staff-Plus engineers, and why the future of our industry depends on it.
In this track, you will learn about processes and best practices for complex data systems – the good, the bad, and the hopefully bright future. Join us as we explore the paradigms of data meshing, data lifecycle management, and modern data pipelines and walk away with actionable best practices to improve both your data product and the lives of your customers. colleagues.
In QCon’s marquee architectures journey, you’ll learn what it takes to operate at scale from well-known names in our industry. You’ll take away hard-earned architectural lessons on these next-generation architectures, patterns, and anti-patterns, best practices, challenges, and exciting experiences.
In this track, we’ll explore the ways modern Java can improve our lives… once we know where to look. We’ll see what’s new and what’s on the horizon in the Java language. We’ll also hear from practitioners about what gives them headaches and, most importantly, how they solved it.
What is the difference between QCon London VS QCon Plus?
Most of the speakers and sessions will be the same for both events, but the presentation format will have some differences. More precisely:
- QCon London the sessions are presented live in person, they are followed by 5 to 10 min of questions and answers depending on the time available, for a total duration of 50 minutes.
- QCon Plus presentations consist of shorter recorded presentations followed by 10-15 minutes of live Q&A with the speaker for a total duration of 40 minutes. Participants can also ask questions to the speaker in the chat during the presentation.
The QCon London ticket includes various in-person networking and peer-to-peer sharing opportunities, access to exhibition areas, daily continental breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks. You can find more details about what is included in each conference ticket on the QCon London and QCon Plus registration page.