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Web Summer Camp 2021 - despite the toughest times, the spirit of the #websc lives on!

Web Summer Camp 2021 - despite the toughest times, the spirit of the #websc lives on!

Mateja Terek

After skipping last year’s edition of Web Summer Camp due to well-known reasons, we became tired of online events and conferences and thought it was the right time to finally meet in person. 

Cheers, Netgen turns 18!

Cheers, Netgen turns 18!

Netgen's story began in 2002, when several friends from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing decided to start their own company. Today, there are 25 experts working in the Zagreb office, designing and developing web solutions.

While Web Summer Camp skips a year, we remember some of its best moments

While Web Summer Camp skips a year, we remember some of its best moments

Mateja Terek

Since it’s still hard for us to accept that this year’s Web Summer Camp will not take place due to the COVID-19 situation, it’s only fair that we spend this week remembering some of the best moments from previous conferences; and mind you, the first conference took place in 2012, so the list of “best of’s” is long!

Web Summer Camp 2019 – another summer adventure is behind us

Web Summer Camp 2019 – another summer adventure is behind us

Katarina Barišić

With the first days of September, it’s time to look back and check how the 8th Web Summer Camp went.

Web Summer Camp — It’s all about learning from your peers

Web Summer Camp — It’s all about learning from your peers

Ivo Lukač

Ever since we started this event in 2012, the main concept hasn’t changed: hands-on workshops held by experts in a relaxing environment, a chance to go deeper with a topic than you can in a regular conference. Here’s a short review of this year’s program.

DutchPHP conference in one word - Sublime

DutchPHP conference in one word - Sublime

Mario Blažek

We’ve been advised to bring our umbrellas, prepare for thunderstorms, wind and heavy rain, but there was none of that. It was two days of having a great time and fun. My colleague Randy and I had the privilege to attend the Dutch PHP conference this year and here are my impressions... 

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