22. April 2017 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Happy developers write better code.

You can watch tech webinars at home. Come join us at this year’s WebCamp to learn how to be a happier web developer by taking better care of yourself and the people you care about.

Happy developers write better code.

You can watch tech webinars at home. Come join us at this year’s WebCamp to learn how to be a happier web developer by taking better care of yourself and the people you care about.


Philipp Krenn Infrastructure | Developer Advocate at Elastic

Simon Belak Philosopher-hacker at GoOpti

Dušan Stanković Full-Stack Engineer @ Embroker, Startup geek, Hacktivist

Marija Vavpotič Looking beyond

Marijan Šuflaj A passionate programmer who works primarily in PHP

Gregor Cuzak Holistic marketing consultant

Sandra Valantič Software QA Test Girl

Trifković Duško Frontend developer @ Codemind

Ivan Ružević Biceps JS developer

Romina Kavčič Owner at NUEVA / UX & UI

Svetlana Sapelova WebDev & Friendly Geek

Gregor Lah CTO @ ICONOMI

Heidi Pungartnik Owner of DesignforFounders.com

Rolando Benjamin Vaz Ferreira Developer and Content Unleasher at X-Team

Krešimir Antolić JavaScript Dictator

Radan Skorić Team Lead at Toptal Core

Milan Gabor SecuritySan

Ines Panker Disasters conciliator

Peter Lamut Python & Javascript Developer/Consultant @ Reciprocity

Gregor Spagnolo Sharp Magician

Maša Crnkovič Analytics Princess

Jernej Virag Mobile device herder

Tomislav Slovenec Javascript engineer

Gabrijela Hladnik Inquisitor

Silvana Žorž Student of Digital Humanities

Ivana Novak Likes to look at stars and other people's code

Janez Čadež Web enthusiast

Katja Guček FLOSS (Free / Libre / Open-Source Software) movement enthusiast

Uroš Trebec CTO @ Datafy.it

Jošt Novljan Team Lead at Reciprocity, Inc.

Tin Peressutti

Demo your IoT project

Whether you're a startup or just like to make your things talk to the internet in your spare time, we'd love to see your project at WebCamp! You'll get a free WebCamp ticket and your own spot in the IoT Corner where you can demo your work to 300+ curious geeks.

All you need is:

Don’t take our word for it, here’s what previous IoT Corner presenters say about their experience:

“IoT Corner at WebCamp gives you an opportunity to connect with other enthusiastic technology lovers. It’s a great way to try get some initial feedback and ideas for the future.” – Jernej Mirt, VIAR

Apply for IoT Corner

You can apply for the IoT Corner by March 31.
We'll confirm your spot by April 10.

VR/AR showcase

Virtual reality duck

Our friends at Art Rebel 9 will be showcasing the latest and greatest virtual and augmented reality platforms as part of their Probi.me pop up events.

You'll be able to play with:

  • HTC Vive (VR)
  • Oculus Rift CV2 (VR)
  • Microsoft HoloLens (MR)
  • Mirage app (AR)

Probi.me VR and AR showcase events

Art Rebel 9 logo


Location: Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Ljubljana

Event date: Saturday, April 22, 2017

Tickets: free, distributed only through mailing list

Don’t miss any of the important dates, subscribe to our mailing list and you’ll be the first to hear when the ticket registration opens!

It's a mug!!

Venue and other info

This year, WebCamp will take place on April 22, 2017 at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science in Ljubljana. You can expect a day full of diverse talks, chocolate, coffee, and fun - it’s a Saturday and you can bring your kids too!

Detailed instructions on getting to the Faculty building
If you are arriving by car, you can park on the either side of the Faculty building.

WebCamp is an event organized by the community for the community. All talks are in English and we expect 300 attendees from all over the region. It’s free to attend, but you’ll need a ticket*.

If you are a current student of Faculty of Computer and Information Science, you can get a ticket by emailing us at info@webcamp.si.

Learn new things, meet new friends or get a massage! In the meantime, your kids can play together with Minecraft under responsible adult supervision. There will also be some cool VR and IoT experiences for all of us to play with.

Check out some highlights from the previous year below — but keep in mind that this year’s WebCamp is going to be even more special!

Also see how much fun we had in 2015 & 2016


It is thanks to companies like these that we can keep the ticket free and make the event memorable. If you see them around the venue, make sure you give them a high-five.


This event would not be possible without the generous help of Faculty of Computer and Information Science. They also host a lot of other interesting events. Check out their event list and different post-graduate study programs.

The Team

WebCamp is brought to you by a team of volunteers.
We estimate that about 256 cups of coffee will be emptied in preparation for this event.

Jure Čuhalev
Knows about everything

Klemen Robnik
Knows about management

Mojca Berce
Knows about logistic

Alja Isaković
Knows about Internet of Things

Heidi Pungartnik
Knows about design

Erika Pogorelc
Knows about talks

Žan Anderle
Knows about talks

Mateja Verlič Brunčič
Selects talks for breakfast

Maja Voje
Force of awesomeness

Ana Sustič
Force of awesomeness

Nina Perovič
Force of awesomeness