Go Conference 2022 Spring (Online)

April 23, 2022

Tags: Go

CFP closed at  December 06, 2021 14:59 UTC

About Go Conference

Go Conference is one of the earliest Go conferences. We hold the event half annually, and the next one will be on April 23rd, 2022.

Please find the event details on our website.


  • Oct 4th, 2021: CFP opens.
  • Dec 6th, 2021: CFP closes.
  • April 23rd, 2022: Go Conference 2022 Spring!!

For speakers

Go Conference 2022 Spring would be held online.

CFP Description

CFP Description

Important notice on proposal submission

The number of proposal submissions per person is 1 only. If the submitter posts more than 2 proposals, we pick 1 submissions per submitter in time ascending order and don’t take other submissions later than that into consideration.


Talk types

We have 2 tracks(*) for talk sessions that includes both types of sessions:

  • Long Session: 40 minutes time limit
  • Short Session: 20 minutes time limit

(*) The number of tracks may be changed.

Also we call for proposals for Lightning Talks and Office Hours.

  • Lightning Talks: 5 minutes time limit
  • Office Hour: Imagine “AMA (Ask me anything)” for developers. You’ll have 20 minutes spot for Q&A sessions on specific topics.

We prepare a new talk type in this time!

  • Challenge Session: 20 minutes time limit

This is for you to take on new “Go” challenges such as:

  • A first the Go presentation.
  • Talking about the Go by other language. (ex. Japanese, English, and more)
  • Contribution to projects related to the Go.

It doesn’t matter what you challenge or want to challenge. Please specify the reason for your challenge to Notes. We will make a selection according to the content of the talk. Please talk about the Go as in other sessions.


Most of attendees’ primary language may be Japanese, but most of them can listen to understand English.


Selection Criteria

Proposals will be reviewed based on the selection criteria below.

  1. Relevance: The talk is relevant to the Go community. GoCon is not a general software conference, our audience wants to hear about topics that relate to the Go programming language.
  2. Clarity: You’ve clearly explained what you are going to talk about.
  3. Correctness: You’ve demonstrated knowledge of your topic. You don’t have to be an expert, but you are expected to be speaking from experience.
  4. Achievability: You’ve thought about how to present your material in the time available.
  5. Impact: The goal of the talk. What new idea, technique, tool, or information will the audience leave your presentation with?

Note: This clear selection criterion is based on GopherCon’s one. Thank you.


  • Do not write about how great the Go anymore.
  • Session for beginners is welcome.
  • Please don’t criticize other languages or give excessive product descriptions. Please talk technical details.