Conference will be held in the center of Moscow in Event-hall "Infoprostranstvo".
It’s 2 kilometers away from the Kremlin and 2,2 kilometers from the Central Park.
We do not accept sales pitch style presentations. We are looking for passionate people who understand developers and whose speeches are energetic and based on experience. The selection of talks is multi-layered and complex with the sole purpose of selecting the best. Our audience consists of software engineers, infrastructure engineers, CTO’s, CEO’s, etc.
Some topics for inspiration:
At the conference, we cover all present-day valued topics for current and future Go developers.
- Performance of Go applications
- Transition to Go
- Best practices
- Infrastructure and tooling
- Short workshops and live-coding sessions
If your topic doesn't match, submit it anyway. We'll see what we can do.
All applications must be submitted before July 15Those approved by the Program Committee will be announced on August 15Submit your proposal here
Speaker package includes:
- An all-around access to the conference
- Accommodation during the conference at the venue hotel
- Economy travel expense coverage
- Full visa support
- Speaker dinner
- Tour of Moscow (family and friends are welcome)
- Transfer from the airport and back
- Support from our team at all stages of your participation – from talk acceptance until you get home after the event
The program is designed by the active members of the Russian-speaking Go Community. The selection of talks is multi-layered and sophisticated — the Program Committee selects the best talks from the received proposals according to several criteria.
Elena is a Lead TechOps Automation Engineer at N26 and a co-host of the GolangShow podcast. With 11+ years of overall experience in IT, she values DevOps culture and passionate about automation, software architecture and site reliability engineering topics. Elena has been writing in Go since 2015.
Elena GrahovacN26 (Berlin), Lead TechOps Automation Engineer
GopherGo language mascot
Public appearances expert on technical topics. Coaching speakers of our conferences since 2015. Before working on presentations, Roman worked in development at Intel (2004-2008) and in the Yandex search engine (2008-2015).
Roman PoborchyProgram Committee Coach
Golang evangelist and software engenier in AnchorFree company.
Daniel PodolskyAnchorFree Inc, Golang evangelist
Team Lead in Platform departament at Badoo. Uses Go from 1.0 release. Brought Go and promoted it’s usage at the company. Author and speaker. Hardcore systems engineer. Doesn’t like GC.
Marko KevacBadoo, Team Lead in Platform departament
Andrey is a Tech Lead at DCMN, an ad-tech company based in Berlin, Germany. He still remembers the time when Go 1.0 was just released. Before that he used to write C, Ruby, Perl and PHP, and still finds it mildly embarrassing.
Andrey SlotinDCMN (Berlin), Tech Lead
Software developer since 1989, Linux user since 1994. Since 2001 - a full-time freelancer (usually working on big projects in a combination of roles of the Architect, Team/Tech-Lead, Senior Developer and DevOps). Mostly working on software architecture and backend web-development using Go and microservices.
Aleksander EfrosMT Group
Code of Conduct
We adhere to the standard rules outlined in the Code of Conduct.
Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.