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.
“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot”- Michael Altshuler
I started this year still fresh from a personal tragedy and trust me if you’re an emotional person like I am, – it’s not easy to lose someone who’s been around all your life and move on in a matter of days. Anyway, I’ve always found solace in several things which thankfully includes my job, learning new technologies and being part of several closely knit communities – that helped cope up with an irreparable loss.
Unsurprisingly, Salesforce played a key role in terms of how my year unfolded so here’s a quick re-cap of my 2015 year in review.
Exactly one month back, Dreamforce 2015 kicked off in San Francisco and opened doors to nearly 1,50,000 attendees (including yours truly) – making it by far the biggest tech carnival (I hate to call it a conference) of all times. A few months before Dreamforce, I made another trip to the Bay Area to attend Apple’s coveted WWDC 2015 event. Interestingly, both conferences took place in the same city (San Francisco) and even the same venue – Moscone Center. And being a conference freak that I am, being at these two events rank as my favorite geek memories of year 2015.
Therefore, I couldn’t help but ponder over the similarities and differences of these two events which set the benchmark for technology events all over the world. Of course, Apple and Salesforce are two of the biggest power houses in the tech industry but they cater to massively different markets and audiences. Anyway, here we go – WWDC 2015 vs. Dreamforce 2015 from the eyes of your’s truly!
It’s precisely 35 days to go for the world’s biggest and the most innovative technology conference – Dreamforce 2014 to get underway! For somebody like me who’s an outright technology geek and loves meeting fellow developers, the Dreamforce conference is nothing short of the final frontier.
So, why should you attend Dreamforce 2014? Well, there are plenty of reasons to do so but if you’re a developer, this conference offers a rare opportunity to meet and interact with some of the world’s best developers out there.