Conference Day (Sept 2)

The biggest change in the concept is the introduction of a full conference day featuring 2 tracks: one for web developers, the other for general web professionals ranging from UX/UI designers, PMs, content writers to architects, tech leads and many more.

Each track will consist of 5-6 insightful 1-hour lectures, ending with Q&A sessions to dive deep into a particular topic.

Web track

Andy Clarke

Art Designer & Director at Stuff&Nonsense agency

Writer of four popular books on website design and development including his latest book: ‘Art Direction for the Web’; At Web Summer Camp Andy will explain how to stand out in today's saturated web sphere where countless web solutions are barely distinguishable.

Sam Dutton

Developer Advocate at Google

Sam has extensive experience in working on WebRTC, web video, image optimization and form best practice initiatives. Before Google he was employed by the BBC, ITN, and Decca Records, while the last 3 years were spent with the Privacy Sandbox team.

Simon Jones

Director and Technical Lead at Studio 24

Simon, from Cambridge (UK), helps companies succeed with digital at Studio 24. His passions include web, PHP, content and accessibility. At WSC22 he will share insight from the W3C website redesign and the experience of working with industry standard-setters, plus the unique challenges the team faced.

Developer track

Harry Roberts

Site-Speed Optimisation Expert

Globaly known Web Performance Engineer, experienced speaker and trainer, consulted Google, UN, Etsy, Kickstarter, BBC, Unilever, Deloitte and many more. Returning to Web Summer Camp for 2nd time Harry will share his latest tips&tricks for web performance optimisation - which is always super important topic.

Nehha Sharma

Software development Manager at Tesco

Neha has extensive experience in the web domain. She is the founder of the web community JSLovers and got awarded from the Meetup HQ for her contribution to the community. She loves sharing her knowledge in front-end and is an advocate of web accessibility. At Web Summer Camp, she will give a practical talk on how to start shipping accessible products.

Ramona Schwering

Software Developer with Frontend Focus @ shopware AG

Ramona has contributed to product development at shopware AG for the last 6 years in QA and as a software developer. She uses this dual experience to strengthen trust in test automation and support testers. At WSC, she will do a deep dive into how end-to-end testing should be done, using tools like Cypress.

Stephen K. Meya

Engineering Manager at Phorest Salon Software, Software Architect at BCaster

Software Engineering Manager for Web at Phorest Saloon Software, Arch Conveyer/Community Manager of CodeAfrique; Returning to Web Summer Camp for 2nd time to tell us why good documentation is as important as the code.