Over 20 world-renowned and local experts will hold lectures and workshops at the third edition of the Change Software Conference in Zagreb on Saturday, 20 October.

Change conference brings world IT experts to Zagreb

This year's Change will be held at the Kraš Chocolate Factory with three parallel lecture tracks. Two tracks will focus on development, while the third track will have a business character, where participants will have the opportunity to learn more about news from the world of UI/UX and business skills development.

This year, the organizers are bringing one of the world's most famous software testers to Croatia - Michael Bolton - who will host a sold-out three-day workshop on the topic of Rapid Software Testing at the Zagreb Innovation Centre from 22 to 24 October. Also, Bolton will close the Saturday conference, which will surely delight visitors who missed the opportunity to attend the workshops.

Along with Bolton, a number of local, regional and world experts will attend the conference. The conference will be opened by Juan Castillo, a renowned Agile expert who will pass on his many years of industry experience to Change participants, and share with them how to get the best out of their team through mutual trust and strong interpersonal relationships.

Developers will have the opportunity to listen to the best Croatian and international lecturers, including Deepu K Sasidharan, author of the Jhipster Framework, Muriel Kamgang from the AG04 agency, Viktor Farčić, one of last year’s best rated lecturers and at Change for the third year in a row, and Marianne Worthington, who will share experiences from Work Warrior, a company dealing with issues of toxic working environments. There are also Courtney Hemphill, Ivan Brozović and numerous other experts who will pass on their know-how to visitors. Along with the educational part, the conference will also have an entertaining segment, since the organizers are preparing a grand afterparty and prize game.

The ticket price is HRK 220 or HRK 100 for students and is available via the Entrio system. For more information about the conference, please visit