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GOTO Amsterdam 2019

June 17 - 20
Venue: Beurs van Berlage


Today, Tomorrow & The Future

Why We Organize GOTO Amsterdam

We believe that learning is a life-long process that's why we create conferences for developers by developers. That's what drives us to produce the best meeting place for innovators and thought leaders.

In 2019 GOTO Amsterdam returns for its ninth edition.
Join us and be inspired!

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Avoid Queues

Pre-Register on Monday!

Pre-registration for the conference is open on Monday, June 17th between 15:00 and 17:00 (3PM-5PM). So if you are a local or arriving a little earlier for the event, stop by say hello and skip the line on Tuesday.

Registration is open

GOTO Amsterdam gives you the opportunity to design your own conference: You can choose exactly which days you would like to attend - giving you a flexible ticket rather than a fixed package.

Your Voice

The GOTO Guide App is your trusty conference companion.
Using the app you can interact with the speakers during talks.
Ask Questions, Comment on Talks, Rate Speakers, and keep up to date with Announcements and Changes to the Schedule
Available in Google Play Store or Available in Apple App Store

Be a Member of the Crew

As a student volunteer at GOTO you get the chance to mingle with the hottest gurus of our industry!

As a GOTO Amsterdam student volunteer, you will work for approx. 12 hours during the conference with practical work (session monitors, info desk helpers and the like), and in return, you will get to attend the conference sessions and social events for free (when you are not working).

Register as Crew

While We Wait

GOTO Amsterdam 2018 Playlist

GOTO Amsterdam is held at the Beurs van Berlage

The Beurs van Berlage is a building on the Damrak, in the centre of Amsterdam. It was designed as a commodity exchange by architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage and constructed between 1896 and 1903.

The building is constructed of red brick, with an iron and glass roof and stone piers, lintels and corbels. Its entrance is under a 40m high clock tower, while inside lie three large multi-storey halls formerly used as trading floors, with offices and communal facilities grouped around them.