The Italian conference on Go programming language
Might your experience of the Go language world be useful to other professionals?
Do you feel it is valuable to get inside the code of the programs you are using?
Do you often wonder “how can I make this code more secure, perform better or more user friendly”?
Do you distribute and design innovative systems, and want to share your opinions with hundreds of other insiders?
Do you use Go in atypical environments such as industry, embedded, etc.?
Submit a talk proposal to GoLab! You have until April, 7 to submit an abstract for the fourth ever GoLab, which will be held in Florence on October 20, 21 and 22, 2019.
Send your proposal
To send a proposal, just complete the online form with an abstract and the required info. Using the form ensures quick review. Our staff receives the abstract, reviews it and provides objective, clear feedback as soon as possible so that you can make any necessary changes to your submitted proposal.
As a speaker you will get:
- Free ticket for you
- 2 free tickets for your friends
- 1 night in a private room in the hotel hosting the conference (Grand Hotel Mediterraneo 4*)
- Access to all talks and workshops
- Access to the social events
What you will not get:
- Travel assistance
You can submit proposals on any subject among the following topics, or propose new ones related to the Go programming language world for subjects which are not listed.
GoLab aims to be an all-round conference on Go programming. The conference will take place on two days, each with two parallel tracks. We have therefore picked out four main areas for the event, which we would like the talks to address. The areas are Cloud, Patterns, Ecosystem and Trainings. Proposals may be theoretical, or practical case studies. Cross-topic proposals are also welcome.
Here are the topics we have selected:
- Best practices
- Design patterns
- Tooling & libraries
Besides the usual talks, we would also like to offer:
- Tutorials (step by step intros to something)
- Case studies (in-depth analysis of experiences)
- Longer three-hour training sessions
If you work in these areas, you are an expert in a particular technology, or feel you can say something interesting on one or more of the topics listed above, go ahead: propose a talk! If you’ve got a particularly interesting talk that doesn’t target one of the proposed topics, feel free to submit it anyway and we’ll be happy to consider it.
Please submit your proposal in English, all talks will be given in English.
Do not advertise the products or services of any company during your talk. You can only mention products/services as examples, or if widely considered very famous (Docker, Yocto, Android, etc.). You may also mention your company during up to one minute of your talk by presenting yourself and your professional background. If you want to explicitly present your own product/service for commercial purposes, please consider holding a sponsored talk. Please note that the talk copyright remains with the respective speakers. The speakers also accept responsibility for the contents of their talks during the event.
Speakers who take part in the event agree: - to be filmed and photographed during the event, and grant the organizers the right to publish the films and photographs taken on the conference website and through any other communication channels the organizers decide to use. - to provide the organizers with a digital copy of their slides, and any other communication materials they use to support their presentations, and grant the organizers permission to publish these materials on the conference website and through any other communication channels the organizers decide to use. Talk formats
We will accept the following kinds of talks:
- 45-minute talks
- 3-hour training sessions
A talk is a 45-minute presentation, usually given with slides and a projector. During a talk, the audience is not expected to do anything besides listen and/or take notes. A talk room usually holds as many as 100 people. Talks take place simultaneously in two or more rooms. The duration of each talk includes an audience question time.
A training session is a more practical talk, where the speaker can involve the audience in a hands-on session about a topic/technology. The presenter may ask the attendees to prepare a setup (special equipment, tools, pre-installed programs, etc.) in advance. A training room usually holds as many as 20 people. Talks and training sessions take place simultaneously in two or more rooms. The duration of each talk/training session includes an audience question time. There will be a talk manager in each room, who will introduce the speaker and keep the talk to schedule.