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QCon
A practitioner-driven conference focused on facilitating the spread of knowledge and innovation in enterprise software development.
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Research shows that there is an increasing demand for near real-time APIs, in which speed and flexibility of response are vitally important. This InfoQ eMag explores this emerging trend in more detail. Download for free:
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QCon Nov 29
Artificial intelligence researchers have not been successful in giving intelligent agents the common-sense knowledge they need to reason about the world. A new project, called COMET, tries to bring these two approaches together. Find out more:
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QCon Nov 28
Sign up to get updates on QCon Plus (May 10-28, 2021) and hear about the latest developments as they are announced:
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QCon Nov 28
Legacy systems are a part of our life, and always will be. The world evolves ever more rapidly, and we’ll always be faced with a technical debt of some sort. We just need to accept that as part of our existence as developers. Read more:
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QCon Nov 27
There are three common myths for engineers that need to be debunked, as they may be holding you back from reaching your full potential (especially if you are a current or aspiring engineering leader). Find out what they are:
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QCon Nov 26
Games are a great way to help teams learn to improve their behavior or their processes while introducing constructive activities in a safe place to experiment with change. Find out more:
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QCon Nov 25
. coroutines are extremely powerful and flexible, but also somewhat amorphous. Unfortunately, understanding coroutines is not an easy task. This article presents a view of from the bottom up, giving you a solid foundation. Read more:
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QCon Nov 24
QCon Plus returns in 2021 on May 10-28. Sign up to get updates on the event and hear about the latest developments as they are announced:
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QCon Nov 24
. explores how distributed platforms are evolving to enable a balance of requirements, and what needs to happen in the evolution of distributed systems to ease the creation of maintainable distributed architectures. Read more:
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InfoQ Nov 23
How Netflix Scales Its API with GraphQL Federation by , Jennifer Shin
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QCon Nov 23
What are the current trends in ? Read the InfoQ Trends Report and find out:
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QCon Nov 20
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QCon Nov 20
Thank you for making the first edition of a great success! See you again on May 10-28, 2021!
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Thomas Betts Nov 19
As always, when a comes to a close, it's bittersweet, and was no exception. I only caught a glimpse of the 75 sessions and 125 speakers, but was constantly impressed. Thank you to everyone who made this come together and be a rare highlight for 2020.
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QCon Nov 19
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Gunnar Morling 🌍 Nov 19
set the bar really, really high for online conferences -- perfect platform, organization and interaction! Had a great time presenting there this week; find my slides on SpeakerDeck, the recording should be published some time soon, too. //
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QCon Nov 19
Join your peers today at the Open Space from 10.30am PST. Bring your insights and ideas and find the answers to your tough questions. See you there!
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QCon Nov 19
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