13-15 March 2020

City, University London

State of Drupal 9

Session details

Drupal 9 is planned to be released June 3, 2020 while Drupal 8 goes unsupported by November 2021. By the time DrupalCamp London 2020 rolls around, the state of Drupal 9 will be of huge importance. This session covers the timeline getting to the Drupal 9 release as well as where are we and what kind of changes can you expect. It will be most valuable for developers but businesses can also get a summary about the value of Drupal 9 and what it means for Drupal 8 and 7 users.

Skill Level
Session Track

Keynote speakers

tbc

tbc

Saturday AM

tbc

tbc

Sunday AM

Stbc

tbc

Closing Keynote

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