O’Reilly, the premier source for insight-driven learning on technology and business, today announced the agenda and lineup of speakers presenting at its Software Architecture Conference. The event will take place February 23–26 in New York, NY, at the Hilton Midtown.
The O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference is designed to train attendees in the strategies, essential technologies, emerging tools and techniques, and leadership and business skills they will need to be successful in the software industry in 2020 and beyond. This year’s event will feature a focus on microservices, cloud computing, and serverless technologies, as well as sessions on emerging trends in AI, machine learning, and data analytics.
Keynote speakers include:
- George Fairbanks, Google
- Neal Ford, ThoughtWorks
- Martin Fowler, ThoughtWorks
- Kai Holnes, ThoughtWorks
- Mary Poppendieck, Poppendieck, LLC
- Mark Richards, Software architect
- Chris Guzikowski, O’Reilly
“Software architecture is at the core of every business today, and being well-versed in both legacy systems and new technologies is critical to success,” said Chris Guzikowski, senior content director at O’Reilly and Software Architecture Conference chair. “The Software Architecture Conference offers an excellent opportunity for developers and engineers to learn the latest best practices important to businesses today.”
Registration for the upcoming Software Architecture Conference is now open, and a limited number of media passes are available for qualified journalists and analysts. Follow @OReillySACon or #OReillySACon on Twitter for the latest news and updates.
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