Call for papers 2017

It’s a great pleasure to invite you to WebCamp Zagreb 2017, a tech conference devoted to web development & design, which will be held on October 6th & 7th 2017 in Zagreb, Croatia.

This is a call to participate: help us build a great conference once again by becoming a speaker. With great opportunities to network with fellow developers & designers the most important part of every great conference are expert talks.

Feel free to submit all of your ideas, we have a diverse range of interests so all submissions are welcome! While it’s not important which technology, language or tool you use, let your suggestions be interesting and fresh to a broad audience. Just make the talk web related (even if it’s a long shot). We love first hand experience talks! Talks should be of a technical nature, not promotional. Try to cover both good and bad sides and keep the presentation as objective as possible. If you want to present a specific project, give us an inside perspective. Just keep in mind that we’re looking for tech talks, not sales pitches.

Here are some ideas to get you started: application architecture, hosting, cloud solutions, software development methodology, application testing, development/design tools, client and server side development, mobile web, specific technologies/tools/libraries, design, UI/UX, design methodology, SQL or NoSQL databases and data storages, tech experience you love or dislike, managing a web team or an organization, collaboration tools, distributed or remote teamwork experiences.

You may choose between a 25 and 45 minutes talk, which includes the Q&A at the end. This limitation will be strictly enforced to keep the conference schedule on track. It’s highly recommended to limit your talk to 20 or 40 minutes to allow 5 minutes for Q&A. If your talk can fit both durations, please submit it twice. All talks must be in English.

Our speaker package includes:

Unfortunately, we are unable to cover travel costs.

By submitting a talk, you agree to our Code of Conduct which will be firmly enforced.

This call for papers ends on 2017-07-04.

The CFP is now closed.

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