Here are five interesting conferences on software development for you to check out.
Dates: Conference: May 20-21, 2014
Trainings: May 22-23, 2014
The conference is created “by developers, for developers” with over 30 of the best speakers in their fields. There are several tracks provided each day such as Architecture and Design, UX in an Agile Process, and Cool Languages. Taking place right in the heart of Downtown Chicago, you’ll also get a chance to explore what the city has to offer.
Dates: May 26-30, 2014
This year’s conference is focused on Agile Diversity and will host hundreds of agile practitioners and researchers. The agenda includes keynote speeches, panels, tutorials, workshops, lightning talks, and more. You can also take part in the Open Space to discuss ideas you’re passionate about.
Dates: June 1-6, 2014
Taking place in Las Vegas, this conference is concurrent with the Agile Development Conference West. You can select sessions from either conference to create a schedule that best fits your interests and needs.The first two days offer full or half-day tutorials while the last three days offer numerous talks by key people in the industry.
On the East Coast? Both the Better Conference East and Agile Development Conference East will be taking place November 9-14, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.
Dates: Tutorials: June 9-10, 2014
Conference: June 11-13, 2014
QCon is built around the idea that sharing knowledge and innovation in the developer community enables software development. The conference will host over 100 speakers in 6 different tracks including the Hyperinteractive Client, the Evolving Cloud, and Everything as a Service (XaaS) – Web APIs.
5. Models 2014
Dates: September 28 – October 3, 2014
Held in Valencia, Spain this year, the conference is for model-based software and systems engineering and covers everything from modeling languages, methods, and tools. The program is still being finalized, but it will include various tutorials and workshops.
Have you been to these conferences in past years? What did you think?
Any other “Must Attend” conferences?