Calling European Devs to GOTO Copenhagen

Romin Irani, January 30th, 2012

Developers living in and around Copenhagen, mark your calendars. The GOTO Copenhagen conference is now in its second year running after a successful event in 2011. The Conference brings together developers, leads, managers and architects for three days of technical sessions across various tracks like languages, front-end development, architecture and many more. The conference is followed by a two day Training program on various topics that you can register to attend, too.

The event will be held from May 21-23 at Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center. The Event is followed by a training program from May 24-25. GOTO Copenhagen is produced jointly by Trifork and DANSK IT.

The Main Conference has the following tracks:

  • Project and Processes
  • Architecture and Cases
  • Development in Real Life
  • Front-End Development
  • Languages
  • Solution Track

Some of the speakers at the event include Brian Reloux of PhoneGap and Rich Hickey, author of Clojure. If you plan to attend the event on certain days only, take a look at the published schedule with track/session/speaker to help you make a decision.

Registration for the event is flexible and you can opt for the conference and/or training including the particular days that you wish to attend.  If you plan to attend GOTO Copenhagen 2012, register before January 31, 2012 to get an early bird discount of DKK 5.500 (EUR 739). And hurry since only 100 Tickets are available with this discount.

Visit the official site for more details on GOTO Copenhagen 2012.

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