Beijing event: QCon Beijing 2009 - Enterprise Software Development Conference

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Beijing Event detail

Date and time
2009-04-07, 8.00 AM
BEIJING: International Conference Center, Tsinghua Science Park, Beijing
The QCon Conferences are organized by the community, for the community. As software developers and architects ourselves, we wanted to craft the ultimate conference that we would find outstanding, as attendees.

The result is a high quality conference experience where a tremendous amount of attention and investment has gone into having the best content on the most important topics presented by the leaders in our community, staged in an intimate environment with the best food and comforts needed to support as much learning and networking as possible.

The QCon conferences are taking place twice yearly, in London and San Francisco. In 2009, QCon will be launched in Beijing and Tokyo.

QCon Beijing 2009, taking place April 7~9 2009, has been launched and is open for registration. QCon Beijing 2009 is positioned to be THE conference for the Enterprise Software Development Community, and provides a venue for learning, networking, and tracking innovation in the Java, Agile, RIA, Architecture, Cloud Computing and other important topics. It is is an enterprise software development conference for team leads, architects, and project managers covering the range of topics also on InfoQ as well as a strong focus on architecture & design, real world case studies, and more.

- Martin Fowler, Agile guru, chief scientist and general loud-mouth on software development
- Rod Johnson, The founder of Spring framework
- Jeff Bar, Amazon evangelist, experts on cloud computing
- Randy Shoup, eBay Architect
- Henrik Kniberg, Author of the InfoQ Book Scrum and XP from the trenches
- Dylan Schiemann, Co-founder of the Dojo Toolkit and CEO of SitePen, Inc.
- Floyd Marinescu J - EJB Design Patterns Author, InfoQ and TSS Co-founder

- Mao Xinsheng, Senior technical director of IBM China
- Ben Wang, CTO of taobao.com
- Luo Gudao, author of JRuby Language Practical Technique
- Mark Ma, CTO of softlink, innovative awards of JBoss
- Yang Bo, founder of douban.com
- Li Cheng, chief architect of alipay.com
- Qian Hongwu, former technical director of sohu community
- Zhou Daibing, engineering director of Hua Wei
- Lv Jianwei, team leader of Netease.com, author of Out of Software Workshop
- Wang Suyu, R&D director of Tencent.com
- Zhou Aimin, author of several books and the former senior architect of Sanda
- Gao Huantang, software architect guru from Taiwan
- Yu Jingchun, founder&CTO of freewheel, the former senior engineering director of double click
- Cai Xueyong, author of Sleepless Java
- Luan Yue, Google speaker of Cloud Computing
- Li Jian, the lead editor of InfoQ China/Agile community

Java:EnterPrise Java Development —— Hosted by Mao Xinsheng
The application of Java language and platform in enterprise software development, including the future of Java.

Agile:Agile on the way —— Hosted by Li Jian
Leading practitioners and managers will present and explain their practices.

Cloud Computing:The cloud as the next big thing —— Hosted by Meng Yan
The application of Cloud computing, such as Amazon's EC2 and S3, Alibaba's business could, etc.

Case Studies:Case study of website architecture —— Hosted by Feng Dahui
The architecture of some famous websites: eBay, alipay, 51.com, sohu, douban,etc.

Architect:Well designed architecture —— Hosted by Zhou Aimin
How to make good architecture, how to become a good architect.

RIA:RIA application —— Hosted by Lv Dewei
Experience sharing on RIA application.

The first two QCon were well received, below are some comments from bloggers who attended QCon SF:

* David Forbes - Exhilirated after gorging on brain candy this week, I have a moment to reflect on what just happened. QCon was the right place to be. I can't imagine where else I would have rather been. If I had the week to do again, I would probably march right down to the Westin...again.
* Denis Bregeon - I was very happy with it. Most of the talks tickled my imagination and that is the primary thing I was looking for. Many others gave me details on more technical subjects that I wanted to learn about.
* Srini Penchikala - I was at the QCon conference in San Francisco last week. It was a great experience to be there. I learned a lot not only from the presentation speakers and panelists but also from the attendees who came from different countries (England, Syria, Australia to name a few) and companies.
* Alex Olaru - Great conference: excellent speakers, very relevant topics, just enough product pushing without it becoming annoying. All in all a conference I would highly recommend to any architect or project manager.
* Ola Bini - Last week I attended QCon San Francisco, a conference organized by InfoQ and Trifork (the company behind JAOO). It must admit that I was very positively surprised. I had expected it to be good, but I was blown away by the quality of most presentations.
* Martin van Vliet - All in all, this was a good conference and more than enough reason to look forward to the next QCon, next year in London.
* Pete Lacey - A wonderful conference made better by being able to meet many people face to face for the first time...


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