QCon Plus November 2021 is a wrap!

Thank you to the 2,000 senior software engineers, software architects, and team leads who joined us at QCon Plus in November 2021. Over 80 software leaders driving innovation and change shared their practical insights and use cases to help attendees validate their technical roadmap. QCon Plus attendees told us how the event helped them find solutions to their challenges, adopt the right software innovations and practices, and reduce uncertainty on which technologies should be part of their roadmap. Join us at our next QCon Plus online software development conference (May 10-20, 2022)

QCon Plus focused on emerging software trends and innovations

Technical talks from over 80 software domain experts focused on innovation and change.
Talks focused on patterns & practices, not products and pitches.
Attendees learnt implementable ideas they could apply after the event.

Innovators
  • Rust
  • Cutting Edge Performance
  • WASM
  • EBPF
  • Machine Learning @ Edge
  • Project Loom
  • Java 16
  • DeFi
  • Federated Machine Learning
  • Differentiated Privacy
  • GPU/Vector Support for the JVM
Early Adopters
  • Software Ethics
  • Service Meshes
  • Microfrontends
  • Multicloud Practices
  • GraalVM (Compile to Native)
  • Cloud Native Adoption (Success &
    Failures)
  • Hybrid Work Strategies
  • Serverless: Orchestration vs
    Choreography
  • DevEx
  • Org Hacking
  • Security & Customer Trust
  • Becoming a Better Developer
  • Edge Architectures & Wins
  • Finegrained Access Control /
    Zero Trust
Early Majority
  • DevOps in Practice
  • Chaos Engineering
  • Remote Working / WFH Strategies
  • SRE
  • Observability / Telemetry
  • React
  • Kubernetes Strategies
  • Operating Microservices
  • API Ergonomics
  • Reactive Architectures
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Streaming Systems
  • Microservice Patterns &
    Antipatterns
  • Modern Data Pipelines
  • Backend as a Frontend
  • Kafka
  • Lean & Process Improvements

Loved by senior software developers like you

Take a look at the event highlights and see what your peers had to say on social media about #QConPlus

@Felienne Keynote at #qconplus was spectacular. I loved the slide format from the outset, was engaged by the memory challenges, and learned so much.

"What you know influences what you can process," rang true. Great advice about how to get better at reading code.

K Wied (@Kw11235813)

Nov 1, 2021

🥳👏Too many incredible questions to ask & practices to try to improve #remote #onboarding #QConPlus , https://t.co/vD62KWDlDZ

Adriana NAVA AGUILAR (@quilaztlia)

Nov 1, 2021

#qcon has already provoked so much thought in me and i hope all the other attendees. Everyone aims to find quicker ways to deliver value to their consumers. What can we do to get there? #teamtopologies #microservices #scalability

Michael Black CEng (@MichaelBLeoUK)

Nov 3, 2021

There is so much talk about #monolith to #micro #services, #distributed #architectures etc.. different opinions all together. enjoyed every part of it. #knowledgeispriceless. Thanks all speakers at #QConPlus for sharing exp.

Akhilesh Sharma (@iAkhileshS)

Nov 2, 2021

Good session - didn't know much about continual learning in #MachineLearning applying streaming-based architecture for real-time MLhttps://t.co/l5cgW4Wdx9

Ankur Kumar 💫 (@ankurkumarz)

Nov 9, 2021

November 2021 Tracks and Hosts

‘Architectures You Always Wondered About’, ‘From Remote to Hybrid Teams: Return to Office?’, ‘The Cloud Operating Mode’ and ‘Modern Data Architectures, Pipelines, & Streams’ were just some of the 16 editorial tracks at QCon Plus November 2021.

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November 2021 Trending Technical Talks

Some of the top sessions from QCon Plus November 2021 included ‘Event-Based Architectures: The Hard Parts’ by Raymond Roestenburg, Technical Lead at Akka Platform Team @lightbend and Sergey Bykov, SDE @temporalio, and ‘Cloud Native JVMs (Part 1): Cloud Native Compilation’ by Gil Tene, CTO @AzulSystem, and ‘​​Machine Learning at the Edge’ by Katharine Jarmul, Security & Privacy in Machine Learning.

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November 2021 Keynote

QCon Plus November 2021 keynotes were ‘The Programmer's Brain’ by Felienne Hermans, Associate professor at the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science at Leiden University, and ‘Software Engineering – Then, Now, and Next’ by Mary Poppendieck, Author of Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit.

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November 2021 QCon Plus Impact

As software developers ourselves, we designed QCon Plus to be practical, actionable, and software-focused. The goal was to create an event where senior software engineers, architects, and team leads heard from software leaders pushing the boundaries.

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November 2021 Topics and Tracks

Behind every QCon is a Program Committee of senior software leaders who curate the essential topics you need to know about. A track is a peer-curated day of talks around important topics in software. Take a look at the QCon Plus November 2021 topics and tracks.

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