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Sun, Sea, and Devs: Infobip Shift 2022 to Host the Global Developer Community on the Croatian Coastline

Infobip Shift, the biggest developer conference in Southeast Europe, will once again gather the global developer community on the Croatian coastline in the city of Zadar on September 19th and 20th.
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Infobip Shift, the biggest developer conference in Southeast Europe, will once again gather the global developer community on the Croatian coastline in the city of Zadar on September 19th and 20th.

This year’s edition will have more than 4,000 expected attendees, a record number of speakers, and an impressive list of global tech giants, Infobip’s Chief Developer Experience Officer Ivan Burazin tells The Recursive. 

”Infobip Shift 2022 will once again establish itself as the central event for the developer scene in our part of Europe. In addition to the quality of the program, we have elevated the level of the event production which will completely transform the venue and offer one futuristic, high-tech experience, matching the world’s biggest tech events,” Burazin says.

Shift, which has positioned itself as one of the key tech conferences in the region and globally, became a part of Croatian IT heavyweight Infobip, a global cloud communications company, in April last year.

Six stages dedicated to developers and web3

Infobip Shift 2022 will have six stages, with four of them dedicated to developers and developer-related topics. Attendees interested in fintech, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and blockchain will enjoy the web3 stage which will also feature a networking area.

All of the attendees will be able to learn from more than 60 speakers who will be giving talks, participating in discussions, or holding workshops, he points out. The conference will include well-known names in the developer industry and representatives of global tech giants such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Cisco.

Some of the speakers include Charity Majors, CTO at Honeycomb, Hakon Wium Lie, the father of CSS, Kent C. Dodds, co-founder of, Tejas Kumar from, and Kitze, creator of Sizzy. 

“This event will be a great opportunity to connect and network with developers from the region, and it’s all happening in a beautiful location,” says Debbie O’Brien, Senior Developer Manager at Microsoft. 

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Opportunities for startups to show what they got

The Startup Tribe stage at Infobip Shift will give the chance for upcoming companies to introduce themselves and what they do, while the EXPO floor will feature booths from more than 30 companies and provide them with the opportunity to find new clients and partners. 

The conference will also feature two open-air garden areas and to make sure attendees get the most out of mixing business and pleasure, both days of the conference will have big afterparties.

For more information on the event and how to attend, visit the official website. 


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Bojan is The Recursive’s Western Balkans Editor, covering tech, innovation, and business for more than a decade. He’s currently exploring blockchain, Industry 4.0, AI, and is always open to covering diverse and exciting topics in the Western Balkans countries. His work has been featured in global media outlets such as Foreign Policy, WSJ, ZDNet, and Balkan Insight.