Meet up

QCon in Finance eXchange

Wednesday, 8th October at Old Sessions House, London

This meetup was organised by Default User Group in October 2008

Overview

OSGi in Banking



Neil Bartlett

Neil is a software developer, consultant and trainer specialising in Java, OSGi, Eclipse and Haskell. He is the founder and principal developer of Bndtools, the leading IDE for OSGi development. Neil works for Paremus Ltd in London.


Sustainable IT, from Datacentre to Cloud



Matt Deacon

Matt Deacon is the Chief Architectural Advisor for the Developer and Platform Group at Microsoft Ltd, in the UK.


Enterprise Computing at BNP Paribas



Dominique Delarue

Dominique Delarue joined the Fixed Income department of BNP Paribas in 2001 to work on an eTrading system. He then joined Market Risk where he has worked on all aspects of the applications (risk, limit, stress, var...) since 2003. Over the past 3 y


Domain Driven Design



Eric Evans

Eric Evans, author of Domain-driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software is a thought leader in software design, domain driven design and domain modeling and particularly focuses on strategic design.


Welcome to the QCon in Finance eXchange



Cleve Gibbon

Cleve Gibbon is CTO at Cognifide and has been writing software for over twenty years. He regularly contributes articles for InfoQ and writes on


Enterprise Computing at BNP Paribas



David Harper

David Harper, project manager at BNP Paribas


Enterprise Comet



Jonas Jacobi

Jonas Jacobi is the co-creator of Kaazing Enterprise Gateway, a next generation Comet Server, an enterprise server that fully supports HTML 5 WebSockets and Server-Sent Events, an ideal solution for real-time Web 2.0 applications.


The Last Mile: HTML 5 Websockets & Comet



Jonas Jacobi

Jonas Jacobi is the co-creator of Kaazing Enterprise Gateway, a next generation Comet Server, an enterprise server that fully supports HTML 5 WebSockets and Server-Sent Events, an ideal solution for real-time Web 2.0 applications.


The Cathedral, the Bazaar and the Commissar: The Evolution of Innovation in Enterprise Java



Rod Johnson

Rod is the father of Spring. The Spring Framework open source project began in February 2003, based on SpringSource's Spring framework published with Rod's best-selling Expert One-on-One Java EE Design and Development.


Real life enterprise solution delivery using intentional architecture and agility



Gordon Weir

Gordon Weir is a chief product officer at a fin-tech in New York and is an advisor to a number of early stages startups. In recent years he worked at a Crypto post-trade service provider and a Blockchain startup. Before moving to startups he operated as a department head at Bank of America and UBS. He uses his deep organizational and product knowledge to drive real change and deliver successful software products. His pragmatic and simple solutions solve complex product, business, and technical problems, often employing agile and lean techniques.


Jim Kennedy

Jim Kennedy is a solution architect with over ten years of experience in systems architecture and delivery. He specialises in the architecture for large-scale integrated solutions in financial services. He is currently the architect for the Cash Equi


Patterns for managing Order Books and Reference Data on a Global Basis (with Oracle Coherence)



Brian Oliver

Brian Oliver is a Senior Principle Solutions Architect at Oracle. Prior to joining Oracle, Brian was Data Grid Solutions Architect at Tangosol, working with leading Financial Institutions in the US and Europe to implement massively scalable and high-


Erlang Makes Money go Round



Erik Stenman

Erik Stenman has been programming for fun since 1980, and for profit since 1989 when he started his first company. He received his Master of Science in Computer Science in 1996 from Uppsala University.


TBA



Nigel Woodward

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