Democratic Political Technology Revolution

Posted in Conferences, Development on June 27, 2009


Democratic Political Technology Revolution

Summary
The state of the art in political technology evolved radically 2004-2008. In 2004, software development in Democratic political campaigns consisted of a few rag-tag hackers taking shots in the dark and building applications. In 2008, political start-ups built innovative social applications that raised nearly 1/2 billion dollars, and elected a President.

Bio
Martin Fowler is an author, speaker, consultant and general loud-mouth on software development. Chief Scientist at ThoughtWorks- he has pioneered object-oriented technology, refactoring, patterns, agile, UML, and XP. Zack Exley is a community organizer and software developer that worked with Thoughtworks to develop systems for the Obama campaign.

About the conference
QCon is a conference that is organized by the community, for the community.The result is a high quality conference experience where a tremendous amount of attention and investment has gone into having the best content on the most important topics presented by the leaders in our community. QCon is designed with the technical depth and enterprise focus of interest to technical team leads, architects, and project managers.

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