As I mentioned in my last post, I had a couple of sessions to present at Dreamforce 2017! It was a busy week with lots of hustling and juggling between presenting sessions, attending sessions, booth duty, keynotes, client meetings & lots of walking around.
The videos for all sessions are being uploaded on a daily basis by the Dreamforce content team. You can find all Dreamforce 2017 videos here. Here are the links for the sessions I presented at Dreamforce this year.
If feels as if yesterday that I wrote about my Dreamforce 2016 sessions. Hard to believe that more than a year has passed by in a flash and as I write this, most Salesforce enthusiasts all over the globe are packing their bags to make the trip to San Francisco! Although I attend a lot of conferences, Dreamforce holds a special place in my heart and I’m happy that this love story will be continuing for another year.
Like last year, it’s going to a busy week ahead! Last year, I promised to myself to be more organised and better prepared for Dreamforce but the way things have turned out, I think I need to stop making promises. Here’s my tentative schedule for DF’17 this year and I hope to see you/ bump into you at some of my sessions/ engagements.
As one of the co-organisers (along with Ankit Arora aka forceguru and Durgesh) for the Jaipur Salesforce Developer User Group (Jaipur DUG), we’ve constantly strived to hold events with high-quality technical sessions.
Over the last year or so, we’ve constantly got feedback that our meetups need to be more regular so we’re excited to share that we’ve as many as three events planned in the next three weeks!
First things first, I’ve been attending & speaking at Dreamforce every year since 2012! And with each passing year, it keeps getting busier for me – I had a packed schedule for Dreamforce 2016 and fun presenting at Developer & Admin Theatres. I’m proud of that track record, and I relish and look forward to this annual extravaganza each year, yet I’m still a developer at heart who loves getting his hands dirty and yearns for more technical & hands-on sessions.
While Dreamforce has it’s share of beginner, intermediate & advanced developer sessions, the audience is a mix of developers, admins, business users, CXOs and lots more. In that sense, Dreamforce is NOT a pure developer conference. In that sense, I’ve alway felt a void in the Salesforce event ecosystem and it’s no surprise that a couple of years back, I compared my experiences at Dreamforce vs. WWDC .
The Salesforce Mobile SDK team has been working in overdrive mode for the last few months. While I was still catching up on the changes made in 5.0 release (released in December 2016), there has been substantial work done over the last quarter and v5.1 has been released earlier this week.
For someone who’s followed the Mobile SDK since it’s early days, I believe this release is a major milestone and a massive turning point for developers as it brings several features that turn this open-source Github project into an enterprise-grade development kit. Read on to know more about what’s changed, why and how it impacts you.
While I’ve had the good fortune of attending several Salesforce events and trainings over the last few years, I’ve always desired to learn more in the CPQ space – so when the invite to attend (and eventually speak at) Apttus Accelerate 2017 came calling, there was no way I could turn it down. While I originally planned to attend the conference and training to ramp up my CPQ skills, Apttus sweetened the deal for me by asking me to present at the ‘The Ultimate Admin Royal Rumble’ at the conference.
Read on to know more.
#Salesforce25 is an initiative led by some members in the Salesforce Ohana including the amazing Phil Walton – and I’ve been fortunate to make that list for the upcoming Sydney World Tour on March 21st. This would be my second World Tour event after a memorable experience that I had at the NYC event in June 2015.