QCon San Francisco 2011

14 18 November 2011

103 speakers

Coverage of QCon San Francisco 2011

89 sessions

Day 1 Monday 14th November 2011

Day 2 Tuesday 15th November 2011

Day 3 Wednesday 16th November 2011

32 sessions presented by 103 speakers

Day 4 Thursday 17th November 2011

31 sessions presented by 103 speakers

Day 5 Friday 18th November 2011

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  • James Pearce
  • Georg Friedrich
  • Michael Nygard
  • David Kaneda (金田)
  • Jinesh Varia
  • Bob Ippolito
  • Erik Dörnenburg
  • Aino Vonge Corry
  • David Pollak
  • Michael Snoyman
  • Aaron Bedra
  • Howard M. Lewis Ship
  • John T Davies
  • Gil Tene
  • Michael Feathers
  • Tim Anglade
  • Attila Szegedi
  • Paul Fremantle
  • Peter Sirota
  • adrian cockcroft
  • Amr Awadallah
  • Ted Dunning
  • Donald Reinertsen
  • Steve Vinoski
  • Alex Papadimoulis
  • Ron Bodkin
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  • Christophe Coenraets
  • Daniel Jacobson
  • Sid Anand
  • Steve Souders
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  • Ross Mason
  • Nolan Wright

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