13-15 March 2020

City, University London

Session Tracks And Skills

Basic Understanding

This skill level is for people brand new to the topic of the session or have minimal exposure to it.

Good Working Knowledge

This skill level is for people who are familiar with the topic of the session and may have worked with it before over a period of time.


This skill level is for people who have an in depth knowledge of the topic and may have worked with it for years already.

Sales, Marketing, P&A Management

This track is for non-devs to who complete the Drupal echo system, especially those that work in an Drupal Agency. Without Sales, Marketeers, Digital strategists, Project Managers, Account Managers etc Drupal could not function.

DevOps & Infrastructure

Backend Coding & Dev

This track is perfect for PHP, Symfony, site building and anything else related to the backend of Drupal and it's technologies.

Community & Being Human

Drupal is more than its code. This track covers the Drupal community, the people that populate it and how we can be happy and healthy working with Drupal, tech, and each other.

Frontend, UX & Design

This track covers everything on frontend techniques used in Drupal, other frontend technologies and talks on user experience and design.




Weekend Keynote Speakers

Kevin Bridges


CxO Keynote Speakers

Michel van Velde

One Shoe, CEO

Nick Rhind

CTI Digital, CEO

Greg Harvey

Code Enigma, Director

Rachel Lawson


Carrie Lacina


Drupal apprentices

The best people to train new developers are developers

The Drupal Apprenticeship Scheme will be running a London intake in March. If you are interested in hiring an apprentice or know someone who would benefit from the scheme please get in touch via the link below.

  • Created and run by experienced developers
  • Teaches core skills and best practice
  • Extensive support for businesses and teams

We are also really keen to hear from people who might be interested in mentoring, training and helping us to develop and review training materials to make sure they stay absolutely current and relevant.

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