Summits are one-day events focused around specific topics and areas of practice that gather people in specific industries or with specific skills to dive deep into the issues that matter and collaborate freely.


Backdrop CMS Mini-Camp

Backdrop CMS is Drupal 7, modernized, and with a new mission that aims to decrease the cost of long-term website ownership.


DevOps helps you address the tools, processes, and people at your organization to promote a healthy and rapid creative process. The BADCamp DevOps Summit has historically brought the brightest minds in the Drupalverse under one roof to share their insights on GitOps, performance, scaling, automated testing, continuous integration, local development, deployment pipelines, ChatOps, and more.


The Front-End summit focuses on gathering some of the brightest minds in the Drupal and Open source communities to share their experiences and skills on the latest trends taking place in the world of Front-End, Decupled, Frameworks, and more. The Front-end initiatives within the Drupal ecosystem have always sparked great ideas and discussions and with the new release of Drupal 9, there are very exciting things happening such as new Admin and FE themes built from the ground up.


The Higher-Ed Summit is a one-day event for anyone using Drupal at a college or university who is looking to connect with other Higher-Ed Drupal users. Due to COVID-19, we will be trying out some new methods to put together this year’s summit. Coincidentally last year’s panel discussion was on working remotely, we won’t recap that. This year is going to focus on how we leverage the web technologies to enable education.

Nonprofit Technology Summit

Nonprofit leaders will explore how to leverage technology to increase their staff bandwidth and scale their mission’s impact in our communities.