750 sessions delivered / 7,000 sessions attendees
We welcome those from all levels of expertise, background, gender, ethnicity, sexual identity, religion, age, and ability to submit sessions. Our community is diverse and we know that Drupal benefits when everyone is included.
We are seeking to prioritize unique content that has not been presented at a DrupalCamp in the last year. The BADCamp experience is always unique, with a culture of innovation and thought leadership. We invite folks to be brave with their submissions and push boundaries! With the nature of online events, and content that is curated on youtube and Drupal.TV, it is important to have thoughtful and fresh content.
There will be three main tracks this year: Drupal for Beginners, Advanced Drupal, and Marketing & Communications
What does this mean?
We encourage you to submit content that helps people that are new to Drupal learn more about it, both from the technical and non-technical perspective. Examples:
- Drupal terms
- Drupal 101
- Site building
- CSS 101
- Case studies showcasing the power of Drupal for new folks
- Local Drupal environment setup
We encourage you to submit content that helps people that are advanced Drupal users expand their skill set.
- DevOps lessons you have learned
- Newer CSS techniques with layout and CSS variables
- Advanced technical SEO strategies
- Technical Drupal 9 case studies
- Deep technical talks (PHP! OOP!)
- Module development
Marketing & Communications
We encourage you to submit content that helps marketers, communicators, and end-users understand the power of Drupal as a content management system.
- Content marketing tips & tricks
- How to be an amazing client
- Accessibility for content managers
- Case studies showcasing the power of Drupal for marketers
- How to manage your Drupal site (content authoring/editors/menus)