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QCon, London, March 12th-16th 2007  RSS feed

 
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As somebody working in London myself, I wanted to tell you about QCon - a new enterprise software development conference that is coming to London in March 2007.

QCon features 2 days of tutorials and 3 full conference days with over 70 sessions presented by over 40 speakers including Martin Fowler, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels, Dave Thomas (Pragmatic Programmers) , Spring creator Rod Johnson, LINQ creator Erik Meijer, and more. QCon aims to become a major annual event providing a venue for learning, networking, and tracking innovation in the Java, .NET, Ruby, SOA, and Agile communities, with tracks on architecture & design, Ajax, Investment Bank architectures, and Usability.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet other enterprise application developers and architects that work around London, while at the same time learning about all of the new and cool stuff that's happening in the industry.

Visit http://qcon.infoq.com for more information and early registration discounts (160 GBP if you register before Jan 15th).

See you in March!

Simon
p.s. keep checking my blog for a chance to win a free conference pass
[ January 09, 2007: Message edited by: Simon Brown ]
 
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