We are happy to announce that on October 14-17th we are holding GolangLive - the online product development conference!
On October 14th, 15th and 16th we’ll have four hours of talks covering deep and relevant topics. October 17th is going to be a full day of the most disputed, funny and controversial activities.
To that end, we invite you to apply for talks, master-classes, seminars, panel discussions and many other forms of participation, including the ones we didn’t mention.
Code of Conduct https://confcodeofconduct.com
Conference website https://golangconf.ru/en/2020
Questions If you have questions, please contact Daniel Podolsky, the Lead of the Program Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our audience consists of software engineers, infrastructure engineers, CTO’s, CEO’s, etc.
We do not accept sales pitch style presentations. We are looking for people passionate about performance who can speak effectively and from experience, and who understand our audience of developers.
- Ideally, the talk is 20-30 minutes long
- Lightning talks should be 7-15 minutes long
- Any format should consider that the follow-up questions may take about 15-45 minutes after the talk is over
- Slides will need to be done using our template
- Demos are allowed (please inform us in advance)
- You may submit multiple proposals
What do we expect from your proposal?
- Aside from the traditional theses, we’d like to see a short summary of your talk in 2-3 paragraphs. Should you need help with it, reach out to us: we’ll do our best in helping you to prepare it.
- We will ask you for a promotional video for your talk, 1-2 minutes long. Sit in front of a camera and tell your future audience, what to you want to share with them. Phone camera works too - the quality is not so important at this stage, we are more interested in your personality.
Join us and share your experience on the suggested topics
- Go - the language for high-level product development: how to write complex business logic in Go
- Testing the not-so-dynamic language: the correct way to apply interfaces, mocks and testing frameworks
- Clean architechture: what can go wrong
- How to rewrite everything in Go and not drag the legacy from your old stack
- Monolith, or There and Back Again. How to split the monolith into services and what to do if there are too many of them.
- Code generation: examples of real application of different utilities
- Speeding up development of typical services: project templates and frameworks.
- Full package: how to develop a service from requirements to rolling out. Go specifics.
- Custom linters: how to write them quick and easy, and why you people them at all.
- When you’re safe to be unsafe: when unsafe is useful and pitfalls are there.
I you have a talk that doesn’t fit to any of the aforementioned headlines, don’t hesitate to apply anyway: the program is flexible and we’ll have parallel streams to cover different interests of our audience!