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Drupalcon Global is the first Open Source Digital Experience Conference that will be held online everywhere from July 14th to 17th 2020. We are very proud and thrilled to host a Thought Leadership session on July 16th at 16h CET.


Dominique De Cooman, Dropsolid CEO & Founder, will talk about the market trend from CMS towards Digital Experience Platforms and how this can be a perfect match for Drupal.

Details about the session:

There are plenty of websites that try to obtain cookie consent from their visitors in a way that is both incorrect and unlawful. The owners of these websites risk severe penalties: after an initial grace period, most EU countries started to impose fines for non-compliance much more actively. In Belgium, a website providing legal advice ironically had the dubious honour of being the first to be forced to pay up the round sum of 15.000 euros for violating the GDPR. Is your website GDPR-compliant yet?

Drupal, the most powerful enterprise open source content management system, is launching the latest - and most comprehensive - upgrade to its popular software today.

Drupal 9 comes with even more of the cutting-edge features that Drupal developers and users love. The latest version delivers on the roadmap as presented at DrupalCon 2019 in Amsterdam. 

Open source as a top sport

If Drupal was a sport, the Drupal Association would be the International Olympic Committee (IOC). They don’t practice the sports on their own, they do not vouch for a specific nation, nor do they have a direct financial benefit. Mind you, a non-profit organisation doesn’t mean nobody gets paid. The IOC’s main job is to make sure the Olympic Games happen, and that the infrastructure, the contracts with the countries are set up, that in the end the sports are represented by the best and that fair-play is guaranteed.

Frédéric De Vries

Or how Jimi Hendrix might guide your company through turbulent times

Let me take you back to a Monday morning half a century ago, in the fields of a dairy farm in Bethel, New York. It was a sunny morning and more than 400.000 people witnessed what is to this very day one of the most iconic performances in the history of rock. Into the third day of that rock festival, one man takes the stage and starts playing the National Anthem on his electric guitar.

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