Meet the masters of software
The GOTO stage has hosted some of the most accomplished minds in software development with names such as Steve Wozniak, Anita Sengupta, Martin Fowler among others, giving attendees the chance to glean valuable insights, strategies and best practices from true luminaries of the field.
Stay ahead of the curve
From learning about emerging programming languages and advanced development methodologies to expanding your skills in DevOps, GOTO conferences is a fertile ground to help you improve your abilities, refine your development methodologies and explore new tools.
Embrace the fun
The conference is held in some of the most vibrant cities in the world offering the perfect backdrop for exploring new ideas, networking and immersing yourself in the thrill of personal and professional growth. From intellectual stimulation to social events and hackathons, GOTO promises to be an unforgettable experience and reignite your passion for tech.
1000+ international speakers
10+ cities across 4 continents
400+ corporate partners
70+ countries represented by attendees
500,000+ community members
GOTO is all about the talks. We seek the best speakers from around the world and let them shape the agenda — they're the experts after all.
Senior Principal Software Engineer on the Red Hat Quarkus team
Hacker & Content Creator
Consultant, software developer, creator of the Rockstar programming language
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As a partner, you’ll have the chance to engage with team leads, managers, architects and developers eager to learn more about what you have to offer.
We’ll give you the ideal platform to share your story, showcase your technology and generate quality leads.
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The Beurs van Berlage is located in the historic center of Amsterdam, opposite the Central Station and around the corner from Dam Square.
It was designed as a commodity exchange by architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage and constructed between 1896 and 1903.
The building is made of red brick with an iron and glass roof and stone piers, lintels and corbels.
Its entrance is under a striking 40m-high clock tower, while inside lie three large multi-story halls formerly used as trading floors, with offices and communal facilities group around them.