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Webdevcon 2024

event starts

12 Mar 2024

event ends

15 Mar 2024


Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Webdevcon is an all-round webdeveloper's conference in Europe. It's organized for web developers, by web developers. We cover frontend and backend development, infrastructure, best practices and architecture. 

We have 3 days full of in-depth training sessions and 1 main conference day. 

finished 178 days ago
Call for Presentations
Call opens at 12:00 AM

01 Sep 2023

Call closes at 11:59 PM

17 Dec 2023

Call closes in W. Europe Standard Time (UTC+01:00) timezone.
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Topics we are looking for

We like to see anything that squarely fits into the spectrum of:

  • In-depth sessions explaining specific topics in frontend and/or backend web development
  • Cutting-edge technological advances in the world of web development.
  • Coding techniques, architectural advice, best practices, web development tooling.
  • Practical ideas that attendees can apply at work the next day.
  • Trends and hot topics which are relevant in 2024 and beyond.
  • The human side of software engineering.
  • Best practices from experienced web developers.


  • All talks are in English.
  • Submitting more than one submission is strongly encouraged. The more submissions contributed, the more options we have to pick from, and the higher your chances are of being accepted as a speaker. We've set the limit at 5 so if you have a lot of ideas, submit the best 5.
  • Try to not include any hints to your identity in your abstracts. This helps us to make a good initial blind selection.
  • Make sure you care, and make sure we see you care. Typos, sloppy formatting and all-lowercase submissions make our reading of your proposal tedious. These things will definitely count against your proposal.
  • Don’t overdo it either. If you need more than two paragraphs to get to the point of your topic, we need to ask you to slim things down. With the amount of submissions we get, the quicker you can make a good impression, the better.
  • Original Topics. We favour original content. If you want to discuss a topic that you have talked about elsewhere, try to add a twist, or new research, or development, something unique. Of course, if your talk is plain awesome as-is, go for that.
  • We welcome presentations by multiple presenters, however do keep in mind that a talk by 2 international presenters will weigh double on our available travel budget, so we may often have to chose single speaker talks over multi-speaker talks.


If you get selected as a speaker at Webdevcon, here’s what you get:

  • Travel to Amsterdam covered. We have a travel agent that will assist you booking your travel.
  • Entrance to the conference. 
  • Airport to hotel. We will arrange a transfer from the airport.
  • We cover your stay in Amsterdam in a hotel near the venue. For locals outside of driving distance we cover 1 night, for speakers outside the Netherlands 2 nights, and 3 nights for tutorial speakers. If you want to stay longer, we can arrange things, just let us know. You can pay for any additional nights via our travel agent.
  • If your employer can cover your travel and hotel, we are happy to list them as a sponsor. If speakers get sponsored by their employers, we can invite more international speakers to the conference.
  • There is a speaker’s dinner on Thursday night that you will be invited to and you are welcome at the Friday after party after the conference.


expenses covered


expenses covered

event fee

free for speakers

Number of nights depends on where speakers are traveling from.