Session Submissions Will Open Soon
The session selection committee will make their decisions by the end of May and speakers will be notified later.
Sessions will be selected based ONLY on the tile, experience level and description of the proposed session. In the past, we have given preference to sponsors and/or previous speakers before anyone else.
After much discussion, we've decided this isn't the fairest approach. We discovered that that we were selection sessions based on criteria that didn't always get us the best content for, and this year we're determined to do this differently.
Sessions are submitted via track (see below), and experience level (beginner, intermediate, advanced).
Business and Strategy
The purpose of this track is two-fold - one angle helps you to understand the advantages of Drupal from an organizational leadership angle and the other is to highlight the great Drupal sites and projects you're working on and to show what's possible. These sessions are business focused, and will be non-technical.
Code and DevOps
This track is focused on developers and the back-end technologies to deal with today’s and future challenges. With the coming release of Drupal 8, as well as emerging Web technologies, preparation is essential. These sessions will help you learn how to deliver effective solutions to meet these needs.
Front-end, User Experience and Design
This track covers delivering projects focused on the most important audience—the end user. Learn how to leverage Drupal to help you keep abreast of emerging trends in the mobile, componentized Web world. We’ll show you strategies for fostering collaboration between content creators, designers, strategists, and end-users.
Learn how to leverage the flexibility of Drupal to deliver experiences in nearly limitless ways. See how you are able to do this—often without code and relying on the ever-expanding universe of contributed modules.