ZADAR, CROATIA, SEPTEMBER 19 - 20, 2022

Infobip Shift
Conference

Welcome to the Infobip Shift, the biggest developer event in Southeastern Europe. Once again, we are bringing together the global tech community; devs, software engineers, product owners, founders, startups, and all kinds of IT professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world are coming back to Croatia.
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What’s Infobip Shift All About
It's a 2-day multistage hybrid conference dedicated to people passionate about software, continuing the tradition of delivering interactive, engaging, and exciting content. Expect multiple tracks, learn from extraordinary minds, engage in virtual experiences, prospect from exhibit hall, and expand your network on afterparties. Everything brought to you by Infobip and Shift.
About Infobip Shift Conference
Infobip Shift - Networking
Connect
Thousands of people will attend Infobip Shift, which means there will be plenty of opportunities to meet new, cool, diverse, and like-minded folks from all over the world. Use the two days of the conference to expand your network, and start new friendships in the relaxed and unique atmosphere of Infobip Shift.
Infobip Shift - Prospecting
Prospect
New business opportunities could be waiting for you at the Infobip Shift. Grab the attention of entrepreneurs, founders, startups, and investors and turn them into clients and business partners. Global developer community will be present at the conference; don't miss your chance to take your business, company, or career to the next level.
Infobip Shift - Hybrid
Learn
Knowledge is the only thing that is increased when it's shared might be an old saying, but it's still true. Infobip Shift's talks, panel discussions, and workshops will feature some of the most prominent and influential names in the global developer and IT industry. This is an opportunity to learn, improve your skills and upgrade the way you work.
Infobip Shift - Hybrid
Explore
Infobip Shift is a developer conference, but side stages and activities will provide you with plenty of new things to see. Startups, web3, EXPO, two outside Gardens, our adrenaline partners, and afterparties guarantee a one-of-a-kind experience. Whether you are an in-person or a virtual attendee, our packed program will help you get the most out of this event.
BRINGING THE BRIGHTEST DEVELOPERS TOGETHER
Infobip Shift in Numbers
10,000+
Virtual Attendees
4,000+
In-Person Attendees
50+
Speakers
6
Stages
2
Days
1
Unforgettable Experience
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
Who is Attending Infobip Shift?
Software developers, product managers, engineers, managing directors, freelance coders, creatives, and founders from companies like:
SHARING THE KNOWLEDGE
Meet Our Speakers
Some of the most eminent and well-known experts in the tech community will take the stage of Infobip Shift 2022
Charity Majors
Charity Majors
Co-Founder / CTO at
honeycomb.io
Hi, my name is Charity, and I am professionally caremad about computers. I am an operations and database engineer and sometimes engineering manager. Right now I am the CEO and cofounder of Honeycomb, where we build observability for distributed systems. (“Monitoring” doesn’t have to be a dirty word; give us a try.) Until recently I was a production engineering manager at Facebook. I spent 3.5 years working on Parse (both pre and post-acquisition by FB). I also spent several years at Linden Lab, working on the infrastructure and databases that power Second Life. I am the co-author of “Database Reliability Engineering” by O’Reilly. I was a classical piano performance major in college, but dropped out because it turns out I prefer not being dirt poor. I have been building systems and engineering teams ever since. I love startups, chaos and hard scaling problems, and somehow I always end up in charge of the databases.
Ben Lesh
Ben Lesh
Staff Software Engineer at
Citadel Securities
My name is Ben. I'm best known for my involvement writing RxJS. I'm also a father of 3 amazing kids. I've lived all over the United States. My home state is Michigan, but I've spent a lot of time in Ohio and Pennsylvania. I lived in Silicon Valley for 6 years working for Netflix and then Google before finally escaping to live in Austin, Texas. My real passion is art. Maybe at somepoint I'll get the courage to post a bit of it here. First I need to make a little time to do more. But I also love art history, museums, and that sort of thing.
Una Kravets
Una Kravets
Senior Developer Relations Engineer at
Google
Hi I'm Una (like unicorn). I'm a Brooklyn-based developer who's making the web more styleable as a Developer Advocate at Google Chrome. Previously, I was the Director of Product Design at Bustle Digital Group and worked on building maintainable design systems as a UI Engineer at both DigitalOcean and IBM Design. I also co-host two web development podcasts: Toolsday, and the CSS Podcast, as well as the web video series Designing in the Browser. I create technical illustrations called Dev Doodles, do brush lettering and calligraphy, and started technical meetup groups in Washington, DC and Austin, TX.
Hakon Wium Lie
Hakon Wium Lie
Creator of
CSS
Håkon came to Opera from W3C, where he was responsible for style sheets. In 1994 he invented a small language called Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS describes how web pages are presented — on screens, in print, or read out loud. You can read about it in a book ‘Cascading Style Sheets: Designing for the Web’ he co-authored with Bert Bos. The book is written in HTML and CSS. Håkon is a graduate of the MIT Media Lab where he was part of Walter Bender’s Electronic Publishing Group.
Vitaly Friedman
Vitaly Friedman
Creative Lead at
Smashing Magazine
Vitaly loves beautiful content and does not give up easily. Born in Minsk, Belarus, he studied computer science and mathematics in Germany. While writing algebra proofs and preparing for software engineering at nights in the kitchen, at the same time he discovered passion for typography, interface design and writing. After working as a freelance designer and developer for 6 years, he co-founded Smashing Magazine back in 2006, a leading online magazine for designers and developers. His curiosity drove him from interface design to front-end to performance optimization to accessibility and back to user experience over all the years.Vitaly is the author, co-author and editor of all Smashing books, and a curator of all Smashing Conferences. He currently works as creative lead of Smashing Magazine and front-end/UX consultant in Europe and abroad.
Kitze
Kitze
Founder of
Sizzy
Kitze loves to rant about webdev. He is the founder of Sizzy - the browser for developers. He created React Academy to teach React and GraphQL around the world. He's documenting his journey on YouTube, streams on Twitch, and has a blog that he maintains once in a blue moon.
Kent C. Dodds
Kent C. Dodds
Co-Founder and Director of Developer Experience at Remix
Kent C. Dodds is a JavaScript software engineer and teacher. He's Co-Founder and Director of Developer Experience at Remix! Kent's taught hundreds of thousands of people how to make the world a better place with quality software development tools and practices. He lives with his wife and four kids in Utah.
Eva Ferreira
Eva Ferreira
Front-End Developer at
Fabriik
Evangelina Ferreira is a Front-end developer and teacher. She currently works as a UI Developer and has been teaching web technologies at the National Technological University of Argentina for more than five years.Throughout her career Evangelina has been deeply involved in the Argentinian web community. She enjoys giving workshops and talks and since 2015 she has been organizing CSSConf Argentina, an international non-profit event that brings experts from all around the globe to speak about web technologies. In her spare time she loves reading W3C drafts as much as Harry Potter, creating animations and playing with her cats.
Erik Rasmussen
Erik Rasmussen
Senior Frontend Engineer at
Centered
Erik Rasmussen is an expat American JavaScript hacker living in Spain. He's best known as the author of two of the most popular form libraries in React, Redux Form and Final Form. He's currently trying to promote mindful Flow at Centered.
Ali Spittel
Ali Spittel
Senior Developer Advocate at
AWS Amplify
Ali teaches people to code. She loves Python, JavaScript, and talking about programming. She has been writing React since before es6 classes. She is a Senior Developer Advocate on the AWS Amplify team. Ali also blogs about code, aimed mostly at a beginner audience. Her writing has gotten over a million readers in the past year. She has also spoken at over 50 events in the last few years. When Ali's not working, you can find her watching New England sports, competing on CodeWars, taking runs around the city, rock climbing, or participating in coding community events.
Misko Hevery
Misko Hevery
CTO at
builder.io
Misko Hevery is the CTO at Builder.io, where he is helping to empower anyone to create blazing fast sites. Previously he has worked at Google, where he created Angular, AngualarJS and was co-creator of Karma. Before focusing on making the web better, he brought testing culture to Google and the world through his blog. Miško started his career by designing digital circuits and moved to databases, full-stack development, and finally, front-end frameworks, giving him a unique perspective. He understands all of the layers from the web down to a transistor.
Houssein Djirdeh
Houssein Djirdeh
Developer Advocate at
Google
Houssein is the creator of GitPoint, one of the most popular open-source React Native projects and he has also written multiple books such as Modern AngularJS and Fullstack React Native. Houssein has given talks on progressive enhancement and building for the mobile user at over a dozen conferences and events.
Jason Pamental
Jason Pamental
Principal Designer at
Chewy
My name is Jason Pamental. I’m a design strategist, UX leader, technologist, expert in web typography, and Invited Expert on the W3C Web Fonts Working Group. I write, speak, and work with teams and brand owners on how to set type better on digital platforms. I’ve spoken with organizations like Adobe, Audible, Condé Nast, GoDaddy, IBM—and given presentations and workshops at conferences all over the world. I also publish a newsletter on web typography.
Nader Dabit
Nader Dabit
Developer Relations Engineer at
Edge & Node
Nader Dabit is a web and mobile developer, author, open source enthusiast, and Senior Developer Advocate at Edge i Node.
Vitto Rivabella
Vitto Rivabella
Developer Relations at
Alchemy
Developer Relations @Alchemy, Web3University contributor, and total Crypto Degen. Based in Italy while working in the Silicon, I've spent 6 years in the Movie industry, developing tools to empower digital artists. Now on the mission to onboard 1 million developers into web3. I once posted something on Twitter, now 90k+ developers have joined my community.
Francesco Ciulla
Francesco Ciulla
Developer Advocate at
daily.dev
Hi, I am Francesco, I am 38 from Rome, Italy. I am a Computer Scientist who worked from 2017 to 2020 on the Copernicus project for the European Space Agency. I am very active on Social Media since January 2020, I became a Docker Captain in June 2021, I have been a host for the Official Docker All-Hands in September 2021, and a guest on the official Docker Youtube channel. I've interviewed 150+ Developers on my YouTube Channel. Currently Developer Advocate at daily.dev I am currently creating content about Web3. I stream on Twitch, and I started posting videos on TikTok.
Debbie O'Brien
Debbie O'Brien
Senior Program Manager at
Microsoft
Debbie O’Brien is a Developer Advocate with over 10 years experience in Frontend development. She has worked as a Tech Lead and consultant for many important clients with varios technologies and often with a strong focus on performance. She has lead teams both in house and remotely as well as giving workshops and training. She has many years of experience as a mentor for online learning platforms, Treehouse and OpenClassrooms as well as the Google Developer Expert program. Debbie is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in developer technologies, Google Developer Expert in web technologies, GitHub Star and Cloudinary Media Developer Expert, an Auth0 Ambassador and Nuxt Ambassador.
Raza Zaidi
Raza Zaidi
Head of DevRel at
Third Web
Raza is the Head of Dev Rel at thirdweb. An accountant by profession, but technology enthusiast by heart. Wildly passionate about emerging technologies and educating about them. Raza considers himself a below average developer and the walking proof that anyone can learn how to develop. Currently Raza is focused on teaching developers on how to get started in Web3 through his Twitter, Tiktok and YouTube channel. By no means does Raza think that Python is the best programming language out there. In his spare time he loves to binge watch anime.
Tejas Kumar
Tejas Kumar
Director of Developer Relations at
Xata
Tejas Kumar is a gifted public speaker with an engineering background, who started his coding journey at age 8. Today, Tejas travels the world encouraging and inspiring developers to build great things with code.
Crystal Yan
Crystal Yan
Product Manager at
Stripe
Crystal Yan is a product manager and designer focused on designing product experiences that customers love. Currently, Crystal is a Product Manager at Stripe, product advisor to startups, and leadership coach to emerging product and design leaders. Previously, she led teams at Remitly, the United States Digital Service at the White House, and at FiscalNote. She teaches at Maryland College of Art & Design (MICA), School of Visual Concepts, and at technology and design conferences globally.
Franklin U.O Ohaegbulam
Franklin U.O Ohaegbulam
Developer Advocate at
Polygon Technology
Franklin Ohaegbulam is a self-taught frontend engineer and visual designer. He is very passionate about blockchain technology, open source, accessibility and inclusive design. He is a developer advocate at Polygon Technology and an active participant of a number of decentralized autonomous organizations. Having an educational background in biological sciences, he also has a keen interest in renewable energy, digital health, climate change and biotechnology.
Tiffany Tse
Tiffany Tse
API Libraries and Dev Documentation UX Manager at
Shopify
TBA
Nic Jackson
Nic Jackson
Principal Developer Advocate at
HashiCorp
Nic is a developer advocate and polyglot programmer working for HashiCorp, and the author of “Building Microservices in Go” and "Service Mesh Patterns." In his spare time, Nic coaches and mentors at Coder Dojo teaches at Women Who Go and GoBridge, speaks and evangelizes good coding practice, process, and technique, and works to raise money for a charity he runs with his wife.
Adrienne Tacke
Adrienne Tacke
Senior Developer Advocate at
Cisco
Adrienne Tacke is a Filipina software engineer, keynote speaker, published author of the book Coding for Kids: Python, and a LinkedIn Learning instructor who specializes in Cloud Development courses. Perhaps most important, however, is that she spends way too much money on desserts and ungodly amounts of time playing Age of Empires II.
Ekene Eze
Ekene Eze
Director of Developer Experience at
Plasmic
Ekene is a Developer Experience Engineer and Technical Writer. He is currently working with the Developer Experience team at Netlify where they build tools, create content, open-source repos, and demos to teach and also help developers build a better web with Netlify's products and services.

He's a great teacher and instructor. At his spare time, he likes to write blog posts and create courses for different platforms to educate more learners.
Camila Ramos Garzon
Camila Ramos Garzon
Developer Relations Engineer at
Edge & Node
Camila is an engineer and educator who believes that technology education should be accessible to all. She is passionate about crafting simple and concise developer content to help developers start building in web3. Camila is a Developer Relations Engineer at Edge & Node, a core developer at The Graph Protocol. You can find her on all platforms @camiinthisthang
Sven Peters
Sven Peters
Lead Developer Advocate at
Manfred
Sven Peters, former developer advocate at Atlassian and MongoDB - now at Manfred, has been studying trends in software development for the last 15 years uncovering the cultural and technical attributes to help development teams work effectively and drive innovation. He has 20 years experience in writing code, leading teams, and sharing his experience with thousands of developers at uncountable conferences in 25+ countries.
Lee Robinson
Lee Robinson
Director of Developer Relations at
Vercel
Lee Robinson is the Director of Developer Relations at Vercel, where he helps developers build a faster web and leads the Next.js community. Prior to that, Lee was a Senior Software Engineer focused on the frontend. An educator, writer, and speaker, Lee has also created extensive courses on React and Next.js.
Sean Falconer
Sean Falconer
Head of Developer Relations at
Skyflow
Sean Falconer is Head of Developer Relations at Skyflow. Sean spends his time building, writing, speaking, and connecting with communities about engineering and data privacy. He has a wide range of interests and expertise, including full stack development, developer experience, and API design. Prior to Skyflow, Sean led developer relations for Google’s Business Communications product suite and was CTO and founder of a startup focused on mobile hiring tools. You can connect with Sean on Twitter @seanfalconer
Grace Francisco
Grace Francisco
VP of Developer Relations at
Cisco
As the Vice President of Developer Relations Strategy and Experience at Cisco, Grace Francisco is responsible for defining and growing Cisco's broad-based developer strategy. Creating new capabilities and programming for DevOps, Site Reliability Engineers (SREs), cloud architects, and developers building for a cloud-first world, she is building an expanded ecosystem supporting cloud native architectures. She also leads Cisco DevNet, Cisco's 500,000-plus-strong developer community, which features programs that catalyze innovations and accelerate automation and digital transformation throughout the industry.
Ferros Aboukhadijeh
Ferros Aboukhadijeh
Founder/CEO at
Socket
Feross is the founder and CEO of Socket, where he's working on a new approach to open source supply chain security. Feross is the author and maintainer of WebTorrent, StandardJS, and 100s of other open source projects which are downloaded 500+ million times per month. Feross is a lecturer at Stanford University where he teaches CS 253 Web Security. Socket, the company Feross started, is auditing every package on npm to detect suspicious changes and block software supply chain attacks. Hundreds of companies use Socket to protect their software applications and critical services from malware and security threats originating in open source code.
Toma Puljak
Toma Puljak
Software Developer at
Codeanywhere
Toma is 22 years old and works as a Full Stack Software Developer at Codeanywhere and is also a Computer Science student. Even though he's young, he has been active as a developer for 5 years and loves to share his knowledge with the community.
Peter McKee
Peter McKee
Senior Director of Developer Advocacy at
JFrog
Peter McKee is the Senior Director of Developer Advocacy at JFrog and maintainer of the open source project Ronin.js. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA but currently residing in Austin, TX, Peter built his career developing full-stack applications for over 25 years. He has held multiple roles but enjoys teaching and mentoring the most. When he’s not slapping away at the keyboard, you can find him practicing Spanish and hanging out with his wife and seven children.
Ben Greenberg
Ben Greenberg
Lead Developer Relations Engineer at
New Relic
Ben is a second career developer who previously spent a decade in the fields of adult education, community organizing, and non-profit management. He works as a developer advocate by day and experiments with open source projects at night. He writes regularly on the intersection of community development and tech. Originally from Southern California and a long-time resident of New York City, Ben now resides near Tel Aviv.
Brandon Bayer
Brandon Bayer
CEO/Founder at
Flight Control
Brandon is the Founder and CEO of Flightcontrol and the Creator of Blitz.js. He's deeply passionate about helping people reach their dreams and about making development and entrepreneurship more accessible. Outside of work he loves flying airplanes and helicopters, rock climbing, and traveling.
Shawn Wang
Shawn Wang
Head of DX at
Airbyte
Shawn has worked on JavaScript, Serverless, and Cloud Developer Experience at Netlify, AWS, Temporal, and now Airbyte. He has started and grown communities for thousands of developers from /r/reactjs to Svelte Society and now mentors junior developers in the Coding Career Community.
Gift Egwuenu
Gift Egwuenu
Developer Advocate at
Cloudflare
Gift Egwuenu is a Developer Advocate at Cloudflare. She has over 5 years of experience in web development and building tools to help businesses grow. In her previous role, she worked as a front-end developer. She is now working in developer relations.
Petar Obradovic
Petar Obradovic
Senior Software Engineer at
SofaScore
Petar works on high-performant backend systems and realizes their full potential.
19 & 20 September 2022
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Event Location
Visnjik sports center is one of the biggest venues in Croatia, an imposing facility whose dome shape makes it a recognizable Zadar landmark. More than 15,000 m2 of Visnjik will host six stages and five hall of Infobip Shift, and our spectacular event production will transform the venue into a futuristic experience to remember.
Venue location
Kresimir Cosic HallWhere you can find us?
19 & 20 September 2022
The Kresimir Cosic Hall,
Splitska ul. 3,
23000 Zadar, Croatia
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Accommodation and Transport
It is not too early to plan your stay! If you are wondering where to stay and how to get here, find sites below that you can use to plan your trip.
↓ Steps for applying 10% discount for the Falkensteiner Hotels ↓
  • After you click on the button for the "Falkensteiner Borik" or "Falkensteiner Donat" you will be redirected to the hotel booking page
  • Click on the "Add Code"
  • From the drop-down menu select "Rate Access/Corporate Code" and enter the coupon code infobipshift20 in the field below
  • Click on the "ADD" button to apply the coupon
  • Click on the "UPDATE GUESTS & ROOMS" button which will open booking calendar
  • That is it, now all you have to do is select the date and finish the reservation
  • See you at Infobip Shift!
Una Kravets
Una Kravets
Developer Advocate at Google
"It’s so calm and it’s the calmness and relaxness of everyone that has really struck me and that I’ve found really welcoming."
Harry Roberts
Harry Roberts
Consultant Performance Engineer at CSS Wizardry
"Shift stands out as a rare gem in a world of cookie cutter tech conferences. Listening to insightful talks from the brightest minds of today’s tech scene while surrounded by the enchanting history of a town built nearly two millennia ago, you’d be hard pressed to find a more inspiring blend of past and future. Oh, and it’s the most fun you’ll have all year!"
DeVaris Brown
DeVaris Brown
Product Manager at Heroku
"I love the community here, I love what they have done for the developer community. This is one of my favourite conference to come to - every single year."
Tobias Ahlin
Tobias Ahlin
Experience Design Director at Minecraft
"Shift is an amazing place. I've seen some amazing talks here with some great speakers. Also I'm baffled - not how much I learn, but how I learn that I don't know yet, so I go home from this inspired and keen on learning more."
Rich Harris
Rich Harris
Graphics Editor at NY Times
"It's a great conference, great venue, attendees are really engaged and it been very, very well organised."
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