Dependency management is one of the most debated argument of discussion in the Go community. Many different tools has been proposed without never electing the definitive one. The goal of this talk is to present the status of d.m. in Go and engage the attendee to elect the definitive (or not) tool. Go is amazing! Its standard library is absolutely outstanding and it easily allows developers to build their own software relying on the best tools ever shipped within a programming language. Inspired by all this awesomeness crafted by the legendary Go team the community is growing unbelievably fast: thousands of libraries are available as OpenSource and most of the currently hottest technology are built using the language. Nevertheless these incredible features, if you have ever started your own Go project you have probably already discovered that dependency management in Go can be something really painful: many different tools has been spreading through the community ending up in a fragmentation of the ecosystem. In this talk we will explore the status of dependency management in Go and compare the most popular dependency management tools focusing on their architecture and user-experience trying to elect together the definitive (or not) one.