***Sessions and speakers are subject to change. Additional sessions will be added as they become available.
09:00 to 18:00 CET
Belgium-born Drupal founder Dries Buytaert is a pioneer in the open source web publishing and digital experience platform space. In his traditional Driesnote he will present an update on the project and the development of Drupal.
Dries Buytaert (Dries)
In today's digital landscape, delivering exceptional digital experiences is essential for organisations to remain competitive. Imagine a digital experience platform that can learn from your customers, personalise their interactions, and predict their needs - all on its own.
Help us de-mystify and de-jargon Drupal!
Emma Horrell, Aaron McHale (AaronMcHale)
There are loads of new things happening with DDEV, including support of new Docker providers like Orbstack, PHP 8.3, 18 official add-ons, PostgresQL support, focus on long-term sustainability of the project.
Many of us in the Drupal community enjoy coffee, and the Drupal Coffee Exchange is a way to celebrate the magic elixir that many of us use to fuel our days.
AmyJune Hineline (Volkswagenchick)
Lets talk about all things Drush. Share your successes and questions and thoughts about its future direction.
Testing is important.
Oliver Davies (Opdavies)
We at NETNODE, a small swiss Drupal agency have successfully adopted and blended principles from Holacracy, Sociocracy, and Reinventing Organizations since late 2019.
Lukas Fischer (Lukasfischer)
Mike will talk about how authoring tools like Drupal can help create more inclusive content. Tools like CKEditor can be great, but more often than not allow authors to make basic mistakes, because they don't know the basics of web accessibility.
Mike Gifford (Mgifford)
Hear from co-initiative leads Leslie Glynn and Chris Wells about the current state of the Project Browser Strategic Initiative, what problems we are trying to solve, what remains to be accomplished to get Project Browser into Drupal core, and where you can chip in to help move the initiative forw
Leslie Glynn (leslieg), Chris Wells
To meet our clients' need for an easily manageable design system approach, we, at Smile, developed the Streamlined CMS platform, based on Drupal, and funded by our R&D investments. In addition to the design system approach, we wanted to give our Streamlined CMS platform a No-Code approach.
Florent Torregrosa, Nicolas Loye (Nicoloye)
The world today is undergoing massive changes. On Feb 24, 2022, it changed significantly for Ukrainian IT teams. We encountered unique challenges and discovered our strength in overcoming them.
Iryna Semenova (instagram.com/isemyonovabel), Anastasiia Paliienko (instagram.com/ssteyci?igshid=MzMyNGUyNmU2YQ%3D%3D&utm_source=qr)
The purpose of this BoF is to come together and share a valuable tip or trick that we use in our daily work, which we believe can benefit others.
Each participant will suggest a tip, explain it, and then we will collectively vote for the best ones.
It's amazingly easy to create your own DDEV add-on. We'll go through the whole process to a completed add-on. Add-ons can benefit your local team or the whole world.
Learn the steps you can take now to make your modules shine in the new Project Browser. One of the key elements to making the Project Browser launch successful is the content added by module maintainers on the Drupal.org Project pages.
Leslie Glynn (leslieg)
Tarkesh Deva (Tarkesh.deva)
Nestlé and Platform.sh have developed a new test case - focused on Nestlé’s Drupal fleet - which dramatically reduces greenhouse gas emissions in the cloud. Together we will share our approach and the lessons learned in terms of technology, process, and sustainability.
Andrew Melck (Drewmelck), Leah Goldfarb, Jérôme Andrieux, Antonella Severo, David Fernandez
When you log in into a Drupal Site, by default you land on a mostly empty page which shows you how old your account is in the site. That’s not the best UX out there.
For many website projects, the scariest thing is the 'big switch' - turning off the old platform and turning on the new one.
But what if there was another way?
We start off with a demo session of how we’re using Gutenberg today, and some of the great selling points you typically miss when simply trying it out on your own.
Thor Andre Gretland, Marco Fernandes
In this talk at DrupalCon, we will share how our company, Dropsolid, successfully integrated gamification, Drupal commerce, and Microsoft Dynamics integration to create a language-based community with a robust role system.
Sven Van Uytfanghe
We all understand the importance of Accessibility to some extent. Some of us may have a basic understanding of certain rules, such as color contrast ratios and the need for Alt Text. But how many of us actually UNDERSTAND Accessibility?
Daniel Angelov (danielangelov)
If you’ve ever delivered a digital project before, you’ll likely know that they can - and do - go wrong. In fact, industry experts estimate that a whopping 70% of digital projects fail. Faced with these kinds of odds, it’s vital to know how best to recognise and respond to a project in peril.
A group of volunteers is currently porting the Drupal community translation server (localize.drupal.org) from Drupal 7 to Drupal 10.
As software development cycles become more agile and fast-paced, quality assurance (QA) and development (DEV) teams must work together closely to ensure that software products meet high-quality standards.
Toni Kolev (toni.kolev)
Let's talk GitLab!
As Director of Contributor Success at GitLab, having led a Drupal Agency as CTO for many years, part of the Board of the Drupal Association and being the lead of the Belgian Drupal Association I know a thing or 2 about Drupal & about GitLab!
Nick Veenhof (nick_vh)
Successfully running a small agency is not easy. The CEO and their team (if they have one) usually have to wear many hats and juggle multiple roles every day.
Tamsin Fox-Davies, Elise West, Julie Sheward, Anthony Fox-Davies
Join us for an engaging round table discussion where Drupal enthusiasts, designers, developers, and administrators explore creating user-friendly Drupal admin experiences.
This session is about how Drupal and Mautic can form the backbone of an open DXP. It's about how to bringing different worlds together: bringing communities together, developers and marketers together and markets together
Dominique De Cooman (Domidc)
We have all heard it: “I have a small marketing website and I want it in English too.” It sounds simple, and it can be, but do not make the error to think “it is just a copy of each page, add the language switcher and voila, we’re done.”
Jeremy Chinquist (Jjchinquist)
This is a sequel of the presentation that I did 3 years ago on DrupalCon Amsterdam - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQw7pZMzdDM.
Three years later Layout builder has become a main building block for many Drupal websites.
Boyan Borisov (Boyan.borisov)
This session addresses the challenges of attracting developers to use PHP and sequentially recruiting them in companies and teams where Drupal is the framework of choice.
Bostjan Kovac (Boshtian)
When 200 non-profit organizations with varying resources and expertise are scattered across the globe, the need for a centralized platform to share knowledge and resources becomes vital.