WebCamp Zagreb is a technology-oriented conference built by the community for the community. We’re aimed at software developers and designers, regardless of their technology preference.

Friday 28th October 2016

10:00
21
The Code Manifesto: Empowering our community
Keynote by Graham Daniels (1 hour)

The Code Manifesto: Empowering our community

11:45
5
Making React part of something greater
Talk by Darko Kukovec in Intercom (25 minutes)

Making React part of something greater

Self-testable API docs - Docs shouldn't lie!
Talk by Zoran Antolovic in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

Self-testable API docs - Docs shouldn't lie!

12:15
10
Event Sourcing: the good, the bad and the complicated
Talk by Marco Pivetta in Intercom (45 minutes)

Event Sourcing: the good, the bad and the complicated

4
Client Experience Design
Talk by Marko Dugonjic in ReversingLabs (45 minutes)

Client Experience Design

13:05
7
Security in the age of frameworks
Talk by Luka Kladaric in Intercom (25 minutes)

Security in the age of frameworks

3
Helpful interactions in the socially awkward community
Talk by Dinko Mihovilović in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

Helpful interactions in the socially awkward community

15:05
5
When a bigger boat is not an option - scaling beyond biggest MySQL box
Talk by Mario Kostelac in Intercom (25 minutes)

When a bigger boat is not an option - scaling beyond biggest MySQL box

2
What goes wrong with JavaScript and what can we do about it
Talk by Vedran Bilopavlović in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

What goes wrong with JavaScript and what can we do about it

15:35 Elm or how I learned to love front-end development
Talk by Marco Perone in Intercom (45 minutes)

Elm or how I learned to love front-end development

Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer
Talk by Pascal de Vink in ReversingLabs (45 minutes)

Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer

16:55 Distributed Domain Destruction - Adventures in building distributed systems
Talk by Srdjan Vranac in Intercom (25 minutes)

Distributed Domain Destruction - Adventures in building distributed systems

17:25 Code review beyond code style
Talk by Hannes Van De Vreken in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

Code review beyond code style

How to build a website that will (eventually) work on Mars?
Talk by Slobodan Stojanovic in Intercom (25 minutes)

How to build a website that will (eventually) work on Mars?

Saturday 29th October 2016

10:00
16
Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People
Keynote by Maciej Ceglowski (1 hour)

Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People

11:45
3
Building event driven services
Talk by Zdeslav Vojković in Intercom (25 minutes)

Building event driven services

6
Being a remote developer
Talk by Miro Svrtan in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

Being a remote developer

12:15 Se7en deadly deployment sins
Talk by Philipp Krenn in Intercom (45 minutes)

Se7en deadly deployment sins

Avoiding Release Paralysis
Talk by Andy Martin in ReversingLabs (45 minutes)

Avoiding Release Paralysis

13:05 End Design Revision Hell
Talk by Nela Dunato in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

End Design Revision Hell

2
Bullseye: An introduction to Dart
Talk by Sebastian Göttschkes in Intercom (25 minutes)

Bullseye: An introduction to Dart

15:05
2
How to flourish in an age of digital distraction
Talk by Anastasia Dedyukhina in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

How to flourish in an age of digital distraction

7
How to overengineer a meme generator?
Talk by Krešimir Antolić in Intercom (25 minutes)

How to overengineer a meme generator?

15:35 2FA, WTF?
Talk by Phil Nash in ReversingLabs (45 minutes)

2FA, WTF?

What's the fuss about Phoenix?
Talk by Saša Jurić in Intercom (45 minutes)

What's the fuss about Phoenix?

16:55
4
Battling complexity
Talk by Radan Skorić in Intercom (25 minutes)

Battling complexity

How to communicate as a programmer
Talk by Steve Tauber in ReversingLabs (25 minutes)

How to communicate as a programmer

17:25
0
Using SQLite to take user-built maps offline on mobile devices
Talk by Dino Ravnic in Intercom (25 minutes)

Using SQLite to take user-built maps offline on mobile devices