The must-attend events at Dreamforce '13

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Nov
15
2013
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  • Abhishek Subramanian

The must-attend events at Dreamforce ’13

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For those at Dreamforce, the learning potential is unlimited, but the time available is not. So, how do you divide your time wisely, to maximize your gains? Here’s what you mustn’t miss:

  • You will be able to see wonderful people and our good friends from the Salesforce community, like Ankit Arora (@forceguru) and Adam Purkiss (@apurkiss), who will be presenting their session on “Introduction to Flow Factory Design Pattern” on Wednesday, 20 November 2013, at 11:45 am.

  • We also think Marc Benioff (@benioff) would talk about the new version of Salesforce Chatter at Dreamforce 2013. Stay tuned and catch these awesome launches at DF13. But in case you miss them, relax – we will keep you updated via our blogs and twitter.

  • The radical, Exact Target Connector team will be active at DF13. You can find them at the Developer Zone. They will feature hands-on demo booths, mini-hacks and code consultations.

  • The Appirio Team is also going to be there. During the Dreamforce week, they will announce three prizes for the most creative videos/photos, as judged by them. Two runners up will each receive a year of Spotify Premium services (Retail value of one year of service is $120), and the Grand Prize winner will receive a $250 Amazon gift card.

  • Make sure to have one of your teams attend some cool Appirio sessions at Dreamforce.

  • Don’t miss the Cloud Alliance Partner Keynote on Monday, 18 November, 11 am – 12:30 pm, at Gateway Ballroom, Moscone South. Catch up with Vivek Kundra (@vivekkundra) and Tyler Prince (@Tyler_SFDC) here.

  • Jay Hurst, Product Manager at Force.com Canvas, will be presenting “How Administrators Handle Big Data and Avoid Integration with Force.com Canvas”.

  • Catch up with the team from Acumen Solutions, who are presenting the “Google Glass Meetup” on Wednesday, 20 November, from 3 to 4 pm. Reid Carlberg (@reidcarlberg) will be present with the Acumen team to talk about his experience with developing for Google Glass.

  • Keir Browden(@bob_buzzard) is the CTO of BrightGen and the famous person who has all the certifications from Administrator to Technical Architect of Salesforce.

  • Join the team from PhillyForce on a variety of topics.

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