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.


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!

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.

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*.

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!

See how much fun we had in 2015 & 2016
*Speakers get tickets automatically, so we encourage you to submit your talk.

Important info

Location: Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Ljubljana

Event date: Saturday, April 22, 2017

Tickets: free, distributed only through mailing list

Deadline for talk ideas: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

You will be notified if your talk is accepted by: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

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!!

Call for proposals

Submissions are now closed. Thank you for the amazing response.

We believe that happy and satisfied people come up with nicer solutions and write better code, so this year we will turn our attention to the wellbeing of our community.

What we do as developers is hard; fixing browser specific bugs, making our web app run faster, figuring out why visitors don’t click where we want them to, learning the latest JS framework. Web development is funny like that, isn’t it? Sometimes it feels like we are losing ourselves in trying to learn all the new technology and also be good at it. So this year we also want to talk about life outside of code.

What makes you get out of bed in the morning? How do you cope with the stress of ever shorter deadlines? What is your favorite productivity hack? And how do you keep up with all the frameworks?
What do you want to share with the community? What is the story you want to be heard?

Whether it’s a technical talk or not, we want to hear from every kind of person. And that is you! You might be an expert or someone just getting started, a conference veteran or a first-time attendee, a programmer, a designer, a social media expert; whoever you are, we believe you have something valuable to share.

Share your stories, tips & tricks with us, submit your talk proposal today!

If you feel you’re not experienced or interesting enough to be selected, we encourage you to try anyway. You might surprise yourself! You're the person we want to hear from! And if you need some help, we are always happy to give you some feedback on your proposal or your talk idea. Simply ask us over email before submitting.

This small and friendly community driven conference has got your back!

Speaker perks

As a speaker you’ll get:

Exclusive Speaker Dinner

experience great local food and chat with other speakers and the WebCamp team before the event

Video of Your Talk Posted Online

looks great on job interviews, can help you get invited to more conferences

Training Session

a chance to polish your talk before the event with experts, so we encourage you to apply even if you’re new to speaking!

Guaranteed Ticket

WebCamp tickets usually sell out like hot cakes, but speakers gets priority access

A Friendly Couch

a friendly couch: we like to keep our family of speakers close, so you’ll be invited to stay with one of us and we’ll take real good care of you :)

Submissions are now closed.


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.


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