After reviewing 240 sessions submitted for the conference, the track chairs, the Copenhagen team and the Drupal Association are proud to present the DrupalCon Copenhagen program.

The total of 94 sessions is made up of 83 regular sessions, 6 platinum sponsor sessions, 3 keynotes and 2 rounds of lightning talks.

The session selection accounts for many factors including attendee votes, addressing the breadth of interests of DrupalCon attendees, and providing a balanced and compelling program. For example, some sessions were picked because they were essential for introducing new developers to Drupal, other sessions were selected because they present important local Drupal business cases, etc.

If you proposed a session that didn't make it into the program, please consider presenting it at the Unconference on August 23rd or run it as a Birds of a Feather session. We will be adding more information about these options to the website in the coming weeks.

You can either see the sessions selected for each track below, or take a look at the program overview. Please bear in mind that this is not the final program and that sessions are likely to be moved around as we refine it.

Drupal for Business

Configuration, Setup & Performance

Code & Development

Introducing Drupal

Providing Professional Drupal Services

Theming, Design & UX

Comments

RaF7’s picture

Are these sessions going to be recorded & put online? Can't make it to the conference, but would love to see some these. :(

StevenPatz’s picture

if they sell out, I am sure they'll put some of the sessions on line.

halstead’s picture

During DrupalCon San Francisco people were reminded to respect the format of the BoF and not make BoF meetings into sessions. Are BoF spaces allowed to be used as session/presentation spaces at DrupalCon CPH?

I ask because this post states, "If you proposed a session that didn't make it into the program, please consider presenting it at the Unconference on August 23rd or run it as a Birds of a Feather session. We will be adding more information about these options to the website in the coming weeks." Some will think this means you need to restructure your presentation to fit a BoF style. Others might think it's an invitation to give their presentation that didn't make it into the program.

wulff’s picture

At the unconference, sessions can be presented in pretty much the same way they would be during the conference proper.

We encourage participants to respect the BoF format. A BoF is not an alternative venue for a session; it should focus on fostering a discussion on a particular topic. So, if your sessions wasn't picked for the main conference you shouldn't plan on giviing it verbatim as a BoF session. Instead you should adapt it to fit the BoF format.