GothamGo is New York City’s Go language developers conference. GothamGo will be held November 18, 2016 at the fantastic Auditorium on Broadway a few blocks from Columbus Circle. This is a wonderful venue for our speakers and attendees. In our two previous years, our speakers have included many amazing Go language experts such as Dave Cheney, Jessie Frazelle, Sameer Ajmani, Mark Bates, Alan Donovan, Verónica López, William Kennedy, David Crawshaw, Steve Francia and Francesc Campoy. This year’s GothamGo will be anchored by a talk by the Google Go Team’s Russ Cox.
We expect an audience of 300 Go language developers. So, this is a great opportunity to reach a large and influential audience of East Coast Go developers, and have a great time doing it!
Share your experience! Submit your presentation proposal to GothamGo, New York City’s Go language developers conference.
Our scope of talks includes a broad area, anything in the realm of Go language development (see our past year speaker lists to see what sort of talks we accept).
Our audience will be members of the East Coast software developers community, mostly software engineers and practicing developers, technical team leads, etc. Your presentation should appeal to them. Fun topics are encouraged, so please feel free to be creative.
We would like all our presentations to be 25 minutes long, including time for questions and discussion. If you want a longer or shorter time, please tell us in your submission.
You do NOT have to be an experienced speaker or even an expert to present here. Some of our best speakers have been people who simply had a very interesting experience or perspective to share. This is a conference for everyone. Beginner topics are welcomed.
Submit as many proposals as you like. Panels or multiple presenter proposals are fine with us. All of the accepted presenters will receive a free ticket.
We welcome proposals from everyone, and will evaluate each proposal on it own merits, regardless of the speaker’s ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, etc. We strive to be encouraging and inclusive of everyone in our community. Therefore, we expect all of our attendees, speakers included, to follow our code of conduct. See our code of conduct for the complete description.
Proposals containing overt marketing-based content will be rejected. Our attendees want to be entertained and learn from your presentation. A sales pitch will not get the reaction you want.
Please submit your proposal by 11:59 PM ET on Friday July 22nd, 2016. We might accept and announce a few (or even many) talks before that time.
If you have any questions, please contact us. You can email us at info at nationconfs dot com or tweet (or direct message) to us. Your presentation is important to us. We want to help you make it fantastic.