Golang UK Conference is focused on education and discussion of the Go programming language. We aim to attract the best speakers, contributors, and educators from around the world in hopes of providing the community with the best resources on the Go programming language every year.
We are looking for speakers and instructors to give talks and hands-on classroom sessions. We are seeking talks covering mainstream, advanced, niche or non-technical topics aimed at a multitude of skill levels.
Golang UK seeks to deliver ‘wow’ talks that are fresh and inspiring about cutting edge topics or new perspectives on common problems. The audience will be from all backgrounds varying in skill level from beginner to intermediate to advanced, so talks varying widely in topic and skill levels are required. Most of all we want speakers who have a deep knowledge about the topics they are proposing and can’t wait to share that knowledge with a whole group of of eager listeners. Tell us what you’re most passionate about and why we should be passionate about it as well.
We are looking for 3 different types of talks for the event:
Both keynotes and talk sessions are video recorded and distributed for free along with your slides on our YouTube channel
We believe diversity of speakers and topics makes our event better. We welcome speakers of all programming languages, experience levels and backgrounds. We welcome speakers of any gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, or religion. We welcome new speakers and experienced speakers alike.
We receive on average 110 abstracts for 36 speaking slots. We're going to select 2 workshop trainings, 2 keynotes, 32 sessions), following this 3 step process:
Please select from the following options when submitting your call for papers: training (half day or full day), keynote (30 mins), or session (30 mins).
We are very pleased to be able to offer the following benefits package to all our speakers:
Interested in giving a talk? Please complete the submission information laid out in a handy form on PaperCall. We'll need to know some bits and bobs about yourself and we'll need a title and abstract of the talk you'd like to give. We're also interested to know why you think we should choose your talk. You can submit as many talk proposals as you like!
Golang UK Conference has a Code of Conduct to ensure that all attendees are able to enjoy the conference. All attendees, talks, content and slides are required to participate.Submit a Paper