Developers at #DF18: Check Out the Fun from Day 1

Dreamforce ’18 kicked off with a bunch of sessions for our developers, the Dreamforce Keynote, and even a visit from a couple of familiar faces! Check out some of the action here:

Salesforce developer evangelists Zayne Turner and Rene Winkelmeyer spoke about VS Code to a packed room. At DF18 and missed the session? They’ll be presenting again on Friday!


Salesforce MVP Christian Szandor Knapp and Frankfurt User Group leader Daniel Stange presented a session on enhancing your triggers with the open source MyTriggers framework by Appero. Check it out in this GitHub repo.


Salesforce product superstars Andrew Fawcett and Wade Wegner presented a super session on all things Salesforce DX. The all-demos session was a deep dive on new and improved tools, metadata coverage and usability, and change management to increase productivity and make developers lives better. Check out some of the code in Andy’s GitHub repo.


Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff — along with a slew of special guests — officially kicked Dreamforce off with the Opening Keynote. Benioff said this is the biggest Dreamforce yet, with 2,700 sessions, 171,000 in-person attendees, and 10 million+ joining online. Each day of Dreamforce is dedicated to a key value that we are working on and promote within ourselves and express back to our community: Trust, Innovation and AI, Equality and Sustainability, and Personal Empowerment and Mindfulness.


All areas of the Trailhead Zone were bustling, including the Developer Forest. Our friends Codey and SaaSy even popped in for a visit!

To close out the evening, we entertained and engaged with attendees with interactive games (Including Programmers, PRESENT! — an improv style activity) in the Canyon Theater.

Stay tuned on our blog and social networks (Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram) for all of the Day 2 goodness! Whether you’re joining us on-site in San Francisco or remotely, you can be part of the Developer Keynote for Day 3 (Thursday, September 27th at 1PM PST). Bookmark the session in the Salesforce Events app or save the link for our livestream.

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Developers at #DF18: Check Out the Fun from Day 1