QCon London is the seventh annual London enterprise software development conference designed for developers, team leads, architects and project management is back! There is no other event in the UK with similar opportunities for learning, networking, and tracking innovation occurring in the Java, .NET, Html5, Mobile , Agile, and Architecture communities.
QCon London is organized by Trifork A/S, a software development company situated in Aarhus, Denmark and InfoQ - Tracking change and innovation in the enterprise software development community.
Find out more and book tickets at http://qconlondon.com/
Killing PhoneGap and Going Beyond HTML5
Featuring Brian LeRoux
Where is the Quality in Agility?
Featuring Daniel North
In partnership with QCon and Skills Matter, Dan North will give a talk on "Where is the Quality in Agility?". Dan proposes that quality applies on several levels: not only how well-written the software itself is, but the completeness of a solution and also its fitness for purpose.agile bdd
Is the Future Functional?
Featuring Rob Harrop
In partnership with QCon and Skills Matter, Rob Harrop will give a talk on Functional Programming, why he thinks it is likely that functional will the predominant paradigm in the near future, and explore what the impact of such a move would be.functional-programming clojure f# scala haskell
Introduction to RavenDB
Featuring Oren Eini aka Ayende Rahien
In this talk, Ayende Rahien will show Raven DB, his schema-free, JSON-based, Linq enabled data store, supporting very efficient searching. Ayende will explain what RavenDB can do and examine what scenarios it is applicable for.ravendb nosql datastore nhibernate databases
Android Web Apps
Featuring Mark Murphy
Grails & HTML5
Featuring Sébastien Blanc
HTML5 is hot and Grails is the most wonderful Web Framework of the world, How can these two entities fit together ? During this talk I will show you how some "hidden" HTML5 features (offline caching, Web SQL, Geolocation) can be integrated with Grails. I will also cover how the combo...grails html5
Griffon in real life
Featuring Sébastien Blanc
Griffon is an amazing framework but when do you really need it? Nowadays, who wants to build old-fashioned Swing Applications? In this talk Sébastien will present two success stories where Griffon was applied successfully and increased the team productivity. The purpose of this talk is to show...griffon groovy grails swing java
Grails Sans SQL
Featuring Graeme Rocher
Grails provides solid and mature support for SQL databases, but what about the upcoming range of NoSQL data stores? In this talk Graeme will discuss how Grails can be backed onto alternative data store such as key/value, document and graph based data stores."grails nosql rake groovy