We’re bringing you tons of exciting updates in this month’s roundup, including our first in-person conference for 2021, happening in Aarhus, along with new dates for GOTO Amsterdam and GOTO Copenhagen, a collection of our favorite takeaways from GOTOpia Chicago 2021, and the latest interviews, talks, podcast episodes and articles you don’t want to miss.
GOTO Aarhus 2021
We’re beyond thrilled to announce our very first in-person conference post-COVID restrictions: GOTO Aarhus, coming to the Aarhus harbor this June.
This long-awaited conference will be a small-scale hybrid gathering across three neighboring venues at the Aarhus marina. We’re keeping attendance limited to 200 guests in order to put on a safe, accessible event, and remaining tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.
We already have a group of 30 international experts and local rockstars lined up to wow you with the latest in the dev world.
GOTO Copenhagen 2021
GOTO Copenhagen will be our second in-person get together taking place November 8-12.
We’re working on adding tons of new exciting names to the schedule for the big return of our flagship event.
Follow us on twitter to keep up to date with exciting new additions to the schedule.
GOTO Amsterdam 2021
Close off the year on a high note with GOTO Amsterdam 2021, happening December 6-9. Join us for three days in the heart of Amsterdam surrounded by visionary dev minds, innovators and internationally recognized software experts.
GOTOpia Chicago highlights
We recently returned to our Chicago community with another fantastic conference — all held online. We had three full days of engaging breakout sessions and in-depth Q&As, big picture keynotes, hands-on masterclasses, along with yoga, meditation, a trivia night, games, networking, and even a scavenger hunt in our virtual world.
We’ve gathered together some of our favorite moments from the conference in a recent blog post.
Listen to talks on the GOTO Podcast
You can now listen to the brightest and boldest ideas from language creators and the world’s leading experts in software development in the form of GOTO podcasts. Tune in to get the inspiration you need to bring in new technologies or gain extra evidence to support your software development plan.
Latest GOTO Book Club episodes
Learn from creators and innovators as we sit down with them to talk through books they’ve written, diving into their most powerful takeaways to help you face your next challenge though episodes like:
- A Path to Better Programming with Uncle Bob & Allen Holub
- Hands-on Microservervices with Ronnie Mitra & Mike Amundsen
- How to Get Started With Process Automation with Bernd Ruecker & Richard Seroter
Latest Unscripted interviews
Earlier this year we kicked off our new interview series, GOTO Unscripted, which takes our conference speakers off the big stage and brings them behind the scenes for an intimate conversation on topics they know best.
Here are a collection of some of our favorite conversations recorded back when we could meet in person:
- Quantum Computing in Practice with Murray Thom
- Leveraging Our “Brains” in Software Development with Fahran Wallace & Benjamin Mitchell
- What is Data Science and Where is it Heading? With Em Grasmerder & Evelina Gabasova
- What is General Artificial Intelligence? With Danny Lange & Doug Lenat
Latest blog posts
Dive into latest industry news, updates and best practices with our recent posts:
Tips to Prevent Burnout
Jérôme Petazzoni described burnout as the hardest refactor he’s ever done. With growing demands from the industry to constantly deliver more, faster, we asked him for some tips that can help you avoid burning out.
How to Adopt a Seamless Shift-Left Security Process
We spoke to Matt Brunt, software engineer at the SANS Institute, one of the largest security training companies, to hear his thoughts on what it takes to adopt a successful shift-left security program for a seamless shift-left process.
Common Agile Misconceptions
We got in touch with internationally recognized software architect and agile-transformation consultant Allen Holub, to better understand how we’ve deviated from the original meaning of agile and to highlight some common misconceptions.