Rearden Commerce’s Dan Pritchett to Speak About Performance and Scalability at QCon San Francisco
Rearden Commerce, creator of the Deem™ ecommerce platform, today announced that Chief Technology Officer Dan Pritchett will participate in a panel discussion exploring current and emerging architectures, practices, and solutions for achieving predictable performance and scalability at QCon San Francisco on November 17, 2011. Mr. Pritchett has a deep background in foundational Internet infrastructure and system architecture engineering and is fanatical about adding simplicity to make ecommerce more meaningful for buyers and sellers. He is currently focused on creating solutions for the unique set of challenges that go with scaling the Rearden Commerce platform to accommodate rapid growth.
- What: “Performance and Scalability” panel with participants representing Rearden Commerce, Solace Systems, dynaTrace, SL Corporation and Oracle; moderated by Floyd Marinescu, Father of InfoQ and QCon SF Program Committee Member
- Who: Dan Pritchett, Chief Technology Officer, Rearden Commerce
- When: Thursday, November 17 at 10:35am PT
- Where: QCon International Software Development Conference: Westin San Francisco Market Street
QCon is the enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects, and project management and 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 runs five times a year in London, San Francisco, Tokyo, Beijing, and Sao Paulo.
About Dan Pritchett
A highly regarded technologist, Dan Pritchett brings more than 25 years of engineering experience to Rearden Commerce after working with some of the most well-known technology companies of our day. Prior to his role as Chief Technology Officer of Rearden Commerce, Mr. Pritchett was a lead architect engineer at eBay. Prior to his tenure at eBay, he consulted on foundational Internet infrastructure for many well-known companies such as Chase, Sun, HP, Electronic Arts, and the Federal Home Loan Bank. Early in his career, Mr. Pritchett was a software engineer at Sun Microsystems.