I will be hosting the “Concurrency Challenge” track at QCon 2010. The speakers list is now ready with all titles and abstracts in place.
I am quite pleased with the mix and the dignity of the speakers. One of the things we wanted to highlight is that there is no one-size-fits-all concurrency model, and it’s time for us to start being a little bit more specific about what kind of concurrency we have in mind.
Each setting brings its own set of challenges, and in this track, you can expect to get a good orientation from some brilliant people, who know how to tell a story and are not afraid of offering their opinion.