#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.
I am excited to share that I will be speaking at the Salesforce World Tour in Sydney on 21st March, 2017. I’ll also be helping out at the Dev Zone and presenting at the Sydney Developer User Group meetup the night before. Read on to find more about my schedule in Sydney.
As I mentioned in my last post, this was probably my busiest Dreamforce ever! It also turned out to be my most memorable Dreamforce ever – for several reasons. Although it’s been a few months since then, I can happily recollect each of the conference days – my sessions at Developer Forest & Admin Meadow as well as my other engagements.
The videos for all sessions were posted shortly after the conference. You can find all Dreamforce 2016 videos here. Here are the links for the sessions I presented at Dreamforce last year.
“The trouble is, you think you have time” — Jack Kornfield
Although I’d like to believe that I’ve become a lot more organised and disciplined in terms of time management over the last couple of years, I’ve no qualms in admitting that there are still occasions where time often moves too fast for me to be able to catch up. Over the holiday break last week, I sat down to reflect on how year 2016 went by and I could literally re-live most of the special moments through the year, as it was yesterday. Of course, it’s a sort of an annual tradition for me and I wrote about my annual review last year as well.
Overall, it was a satisfying and fulfilling year 2016 for me. So, here’s a recap of what kept me excited and busy through out the year.
If you’ve been in the Salesforce ecosystem for a while, there’s a good chance that you’ve interacted with or heard about Eric Dreshfield. Among other things, Eric is widely known for being one of the brains behind the very popular Midwest Dreamin conference. He’s been running a popular blog series titled ‘I’m the (Kevin) Bacon of the Salesforce Community’ which showcases varying personalities – Salesforce employees, MVPs, User Group Leaders, Partners etc. in the global Salesforce community.
I’m thrilled to share that I’ll be speaking at SenchaCon 2016 – that too on a mashup of two of my favorite technologies – Salesforce and mobile. I’ve attended and presented at SenchaCon in year 2013 – and I wrote about my fond memories of the experience in a post sometime back. I believe both Sencha Touch & extJS are powerful frameworks but there’s not enough awareness about the nuances of using them for enterprise app development.
It’s that time of the year! If you’re a part of the Salesforce ecosystem – as a developer/ admin/ architect/ business user/ customer or in any other role, it doesn’t get any bigger than this – Dreamforce 2016 is less than a week away! I had a very busy and satisfying Dreamforce 2015 where I presented 3 sessions and spent some quality time learning with my peers, colleagues & friends from all over the world.
And this year, it’s going to be even more busier and crazier it seems! Every year, I promise to be more organised and better prepared for Dreamforce but things usually turn out the other way around. Here’s my chaotic schedule for DF’16 this year and I hope to see you/ bump into you at some of my sessions/ engagements.