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Call for Papers closed


Call for Papers for Web Summer Camp 2018 closed on Saturday. In less than two months, we received 130 interesting and valuable workshop proposals – it is going to be tough to choose only a few. The selection process will start in no time now.

Thank you all for sharing your great ideas with us. If you have any questions, contact us via email.

Stay tuned!

Ticket sale has started


In the announcing blog post, our organizers at Netgen disclosed the date and time for Web Summer Camp 2018. In the meantime, Call for Papers was opened. Now, we are officially starting the sale of #websc 2018 tickets.

Head over to the Salsa Adria shop and secure your Early Bird ticket for the best price before they sell out. We already have a few confirmed speakers and topics and expect to have once again a program filled with high-quality workshops led by renowned experts.

After the purchase, you will receive an email containing a promo code for Maistra hotels Lone and Eden. Additionally, Maistra offers Early Booking discounts until February 15th.

For more information on the tickets, please read the blog post. If you have any questions regarding tickets, contact us via email.

Call for Papers officially open


It is time to submit your workshop proposal for Web Summer Camp 2018 – Call for Papers is now open.

You have an interesting PHP, Symfony, eZ Platform, JavaScript, user experience, user research, information architecture, or user interface design topic in mind? Make sure to send us your idea(s) by March 31st. In return for your expertise, we prepared a nice speaker packet. If you have not given a workshop at a conference yet and would like for #websc to be your first, feel free to contact us.

We are also looking for companies to help us build our event and add to its distinctive atmosphere. If your company would like to support the Camp, please check out 4 valuable sponsor packages we offer in our Call for Sponsors.