It’s a great pleasure to invite you to WebCamp Zagreb 2016, a tech conference devoted to web development & design, which will be held on October 28th & 29th 2016 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.
This year you can choose between a 25 and 45 minute talk and this 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 will be held 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.
First round of call for proposals ends on May 31st 2016 at 23:59 CET. Second round lasts until Aug 30th 2016 at 23:59 CET. First batch of speakers will be announced by mid June 2016, and we plan to finalise list of speakers around mid September 2016 when we count in community votes and usergroup picks.
The CFP is now closed.