DrupalCamp Belgium
is coming back to Ghent on May 10-11 2024

In partnership with JS valley logo

Every year Drupal enthusiasts gather together to talk, develop, socialise.
Let’s meet!

Drupalcamp Ghent 2024


Drupalcamp is an annual gathering of people loving, learning and discussing the open-source content management system, Drupal. Sessions cover topics such as integrations, AI experiments, Frontend Frameworks, deep Drupal 10 knowledge, business use-cases, job-seekers, contributions and more!


DrupalCamp will happen on May 10-11 2024 in Ghent at the Odisee Technology Campus


If you're interested in sponsoring and choosing one of our limited booth locations, see our Sponsors page.

Ben Caudron

Ben Caudron

Ben Caudron is a professor and head of program at the Erasmus University College Brussels. As a sociologist Ben studies the complex relation between technology and society and he regularly writes columns and essays on this topic.

Dr. Philippe De Ryck sitting on concrete stairs and smiling

Dr. Philippe De Ryck

Dr. Philippe De Ryck travels the world to train developers on web security and security engineering. World-leading tech companies, financial institutions, and healthcare companies rely on Philippe to keep their developers up-to-date with the latest security best practices.

Jutta Horstmann

Jutta Horstmann

Entrepreneur, founder, leader, sparring partner and mentor - scaling organizations, driving change, nurturing culture. Feminist sustainability and free software advocate. Jutta has also been a very early Drupal user (17 years!)

25 years of experience in the IT sector: After holding various engineering roles, Jutta founded her own software development & consulting company, Data in Transit in 2006 and grew it successfully over a decade.
Later, 5 years at eyeo saw her in various roles, including COO, CTO and Managing Director. She led the company until the end of 2022, scaling it from 100 to 250 employees.

Tobie Langel

Tobie Langel

Tobie Langel is a world-leading expert and international speaker on open source and standardization. He advises some of the biggest names in tech (Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, Intel, Cisco), promising startups (GitLab, Airtable, Coil), industry organizations (OpenJS Foundation, OASIS, W3C) and nonprofits (Organization for Ethical Source, Ushahidi, Omidyar Network), either pro bono or through his consultancy, UnlockOpen.

Tobie’s unique mix of deep technical expertise, open source and standardization street creds, thorough understanding of IP concerns, industry-wide network, and broad, business-focused strategic perspective makes him an ideal partner when growing thriving open ecosystems that balance private and public interests in pursuit of the common good.

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