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Why we need more Ladies in (Web) Business

Why we need more Ladies in (Web) Business

Maja Nebes

When I heard about Ladies of New Business and that it was to be held in Zagreb, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I knew immediately I wanted to be there, for numerous reasons. The conference not only exceeded my expectations, but also provoked me to consider the role of women in the web industry.

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SymfonyCon Paris 2015 - 10 years of Symfony

Tomislav Buljević

A lot of heartfelt moments have been shared on the SymfonyCon stage a couple of days ago in Paris at the third official SymfonyCon and the celebration of 10 years of Symfony framework - and we got to be there! So, read on, and we will share our impressions with you.

WebCamp ZG 2015 review

WebCamp ZG 2015 review

Maja Nebes

A bunch of us went to WebCamp Zagreb, a technology-oriented conference for developers and designers that was held on October 2-3. We at Netgen have been the WCZG proud sponsors ever since their beginnings and are proud of that. There were some news for us as sponsors this year and they were all good while the program offered two tracks with two one keynote each day and technology-oriented talks. 

The Future Looks Bright(on)

The Future Looks Bright(on)

Ivo Lukač

This is a short review of Vjeran and me visiting dConstruct conference in Brighton last week, with a few related remarks. The conference is a think-outside-the-box kind of event, an inspiration and a chance to see what’s around the corner. The theme of the conference was “Designing the Future”.

What I've learned at SOLIDay 2015

What I've learned at SOLIDay 2015

Filip Božanović

This was supposed to be a quick recap of my experiences at SOLIDay Serbia (May 30th, 2015), but I’ve opted for a lengthier exposition because there was so much going on and a short post just wouldn’t do the event justice.

A few Smashing days in Oxford

A few Smashing days in Oxford

Igor Vrdoljak

Ever since Vitaly Friedman announced that last years’ Freiburg event is to be reenacted and the speakers lineup started to form, it was clear the event would be, pun intended, smashing. The lovely city of Oxford was chosen for the venue so it was even harder to say no to such a chance to learn and meet.

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