Drupal Camp London is a 3-day celebration of the users, designers, developers and advocates of Drupal and its community! Attracting 500 people from across Europe, after Drupalcon, it’s one of the biggest events in the Drupal Calendar. As such, we're pleased to sponsor such an event for the 6th time!
Drupalcamp weekend (13th-15th March) packs in a wide range of sessions featuring seminars, Birds of a feather talks, Sprints and much more. Over the weekend there are 3 Keynotes addressing the biggest upcoming changes to the technical platform, its place in the market, and the wider Drupal community.
Check out all of the accepted sessions on the Drupal Camp London website here. Or keep reading to see our highlights…
CXO Day - Friday 13th of March
From Front Room to Front Runner: how to build an agency that thrives, not just survives - Talk from Nick Rhind
Few digital agency start-ups reach their first birthday, let alone celebrate over 16 years of success. Our CEO Nick Rhind will be sharing anecdotes and advice from 2 decades of building the right teams to help his agency group, CTI Holdings, thrive.
Catch up with Nick, or any of our team attending Drupal Camp by connecting with them on LinkedIn, or via our contact form.
Come dine with us - Agency Leaders Dinner London
Hosts Paul Johnson (CTI Digital), Piyush Poddar (Axelerant), and Michel Van Velde (One Shoe) cordially invite agency leaders to join them for a night of meaningful discussions, knowledge sharing, and of course great food, excellent wine, and the best company you could ask for. Details of the dinner can be found here.
Agency Leaders Dinner London
Drupal Camp Weekend
Drupal in UK Higher Education - A Panel Conversation
Paul Johnson, Drupal Director at CTI Digital, will be hosting influential bodies from the Higher Education community as they discuss the challenges facing universities in a time of light-speed innovation and changing demand from students. In addition, they will explore the role Drupal has played in their own success stories and the way open source can solve problems for other universities. Drupal camp panel details available here.
Adrian Ellison, Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor & Chief Information Officer University of West London - Adrian has been involved in Registry, IT and Library Services in higher education for over 20 years. He joined UWL in 2012 from the London School of Economics, where he was Assistant Director of IT Services. Prior to that, he was IT Director at Royal Holloway, University of London, and held several roles at the University of Leeds.
Adrian is a member of the UCISA Executive Committee, representing the voice of IT in UK education. He has spoken about information technology at national and international conferences and events and co-wrote the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education’s 'Getting to Grips with Information and Communications Technology' and UCISA’s ‘Social Media Toolkit: a practical guide to achieving benefits and managing risks’.
Iain Harper Head Of Digital, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford - Iain started his career at leading medical insurer MPS, developing their first online presence. He then ran digital projects at a leading CSR consultancy business in the Community before joining the Civil Service. Iain worked with the Government Digital Service on Alphagov, the precursor to GOV.UK. He then joined Erskine Design, a small digital agency based in Nottingham where he supervised work with the BBC on their Global Experience Language (GEL). He now leads the digital team at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School.
Open source has won. How do we avoid dying from success? - A Panel Conversation
Drupal, founded on a philosophy of open source, has steadily grown into a global community, a feat some may label as having achieved ‘Success’. Drupal users and contributors will be discussing the sustainability of Drupal and the future of open source in an open panel session.
What are the challenges faced by different roles? How can we make the whole ecosystem fair and future proof? What does an open source business model look like?
Join our very own Paul Johnson and Drupal panellists for this thought provoking discussion on the future of open source. More details on the session are available here.
Why should you attend Drupal Camp?
Share useful anecdotes and up-to-date knowledge
Discover the latest in UX, design, development, business and more. There’s no limit to the types of topics that could come up...as long as they relate to Drupal that is!
Meet peers from across the industry
From C-Level and Site managers to developers and designers over 500 people attended last year. Meet the best and brightest in the industry at talks and breakouts.
Find your next project or employer
A wide variety of business and developers attend Drupal Camp, make the most of it by creating connections to further your own career or grow your agency team.