Developers, engineers, and technical decision makers will be gathering in San Francisco for DocuSign DevCon 2015 to learn how to build the Business Apps of Tomorrow. If you’re creating business software this is your chance to attend hands-on coding sessions, learn the latest business APIs, and network with developers and technical decision makers from around the world. This two-day developer conference will feature 14 API breakout sessions, App Awards, Keynotes, parties, and more.
Salesforce’s own Mary Scotton will be giving a hands-on session focused on Salesforce1 Lightning, which enables developers and Salesforce administrators to build new apps on the Salesforce1 Platform. With these tools, a developer can code reusable Lightning Components, and a Salesforce administrator or business analyst can assemble those components into screens for any device to meet their business needs – without writing code! Get a technical overview of the powerful new tools included in Salesforce1 Lightning including:
- Lightning App Builder: Create UIs with drag-and-drop simplicity.
- Lightning Components: Develop reusable UI building blocks and use them to assemble apps.
- Lightning Connect: Instantly access external data in real-time.
- Lightning Process Builder: Automate powerful business processes without writing code.
Best of all, Salesforce developers will receive a $99 discount off the full $299 conference pass. Plus you won’t want to miss Geoffrey Moore, author of Crossing the Chasm, kick things off with the opening keynote. We hope to see you March 11-12 at San Francisco Union Square and the Westin St. Francis.