TBC March 2019

City, University London

Your feedback for 2018

Thank you all once again for coming to the camp and sending us your feedback. Firstly your answers to our questions:

How did you hear about DrupalCamp London?
How did you hear about DrupalCamp London?


Why did you attend DrupalCamp London?
Why did you attend DrupalCamp London?


How satisfied were you with the facilities at City University
How satisfied were you with the facilities at City University?


How satisfied were you with the following aspects of the CxO day?
How satisfied were you with the following aspects of the CxO day?


How satisfied were you with the following aspects of the weekend event?
How satisfied were you with the following aspects of the weekend event?


How likely are you to attend DrupalCamp London next year?
How likely are you to attend DrupalCamp London next year?


How likely are you to recommend DrupalCamp London to a friend of colleague?
How likely are you to recommend DrupalCamp London to a friend or colleague?

Your comments

It’s great to receive so much feedback and whilst mainly positive it’s good to review negative to help us improve. Amongst the feedback were a few common themes of which we’ll address below. If you would like any more information Tweet us and we’ll see what we can do.

In General

DrupalCamp has just completed its sixth event and despite the snow we had a great turnout and amazing feedback from people at the event itself and through our website. Once again we’ll have a retrospective in April to reflect on the event and discuss potential changes for next year.

CxO Day


Over the last six years the format and speakers of the CxO day have varied, from Drupal specific to business/sector leaders we’ve hosted a wide range of speakers. For future years we can investigate showcasing Drupal and its abilities more, or allowing more facilitated discussion/networking sessions.


First time attendees/Networking

It’s great that every year first timers attend. Meeting a large number of people for the first time can be intimidating, and for those that have never been to a camp or a Con activities like BoFs/Sprints can be confusing. Next year we’ll look into having a guided session or some way to help first timers get involved over the weekend.


Whilst sessions did seem to be improve this year (particularly with the prerequisite field) we understand that content and level can vary. In order to have a wider range we’ll need to work on encourage more people to submit sessions on a wider range of levels and topics. Any ideas and suggestions to help improving sessions would be more than welcome, thanks!


Previously we’ve always had packed lunches both days, we tried something new this year with a hot buffet on the Sunday. Due to a late finishing session and a miscalculation on quantity some people missed out on this. We’ll revert back to sandwiches next year again and make sure any special requirements can be entered on the website.


The social night has always been busy, this year we booked the whole pub and it seems it still wasn’t enough! We’ll look at other bigger venues nearby and help make the night more approachable to first timers.

Thank You!

Once again we thank for you not only for attending but also for giving us feedback. We’ve received and heard some great comments about the venue, volunteers, speakers, sessions and every other aspect of the event. We’ll look forward to hearing from you throughout the year and to seeing you at the next camp.

The DrupalCamp London Team

Keynote speakers

Ryan Szrama

Commerce Guys

Ryan Szrama

Ryan got his start in web development through an online sales company based in Louisville, KY. It was there that he nursed Ubercart through its infancy to its use on over 20,000 websites as the Project Lead and community face of the project.

In 2009, Ryan co-founded Commerce Guys and eventually led the development of Drupal Commerce for Drupal 7. He grew the new project from its first full release at DrupalCon London to its use today on over 60,000 websites.

As of February 2016, Ryan acquired control of Commerce Guys and assumed leadership of the business with his time split between managing the company and contributing to its various open source projects.

Chris Teitzel


Chris Teitzel

Chris has been part of the Drupal community for 8 years and during that time has been fortunate enough to be involved in all aspects of the community. Originally part of the team supporting the Omega theme, he helped drive documentation and community support to lower the bar for theming in Drupal. He’s since been involved in projects spanning the globe working with all levels of business from top enterprises to startups building everything from bootstrapped humanitarian tools based on SMS to airline ticketing systems built in Drupal Commerce. In the recent years he has set his sights on security in Drupal and specifically around data privacy and security to again lower the bar for developers to adhere to best practices.

Baddý Sonja Breidert


Baddý Sonja Breidert

Baddý Sonja Breidert (baddysonja) is the CEO and Co-Founder of 1xINTERNET, one of the largest Drupal web agencies in Germany. 1xINTERNET has offices in Germany and Spain and has clients all over Europe.

Baddý graduated with B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Reykjavik in 2003 and after that completed her M.Sc. in Engineering Management from the Technical University in Vienna, where she today teaches Agile Project management and IT. She is also an European champion in Robotic Soccer - where she competed with her University in 2008.

Baddý has been very active in the Drupal community and has organised conferences and events both in Iceland and Germany. Currently she is one of the main organisers of Drupal Europe, which will take place in fall 2018.


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