TdF NYC: Force.com Hits the Big Apple

Ahh, New York!  As a guy who grew up in the North Jersey suburbs and lived a few years in Brooklyn, New York City feels like home to me.  I rode the A train through Brooklyn from JFK, walked up Broadway to the park, had a pastrami sandwich and Dr. Brown’s for dinner, and fell asleep to the noise of street construction 17 stories below on 53rd street — it’s all good!

And even better will be today’s Tour de Force event.  Marc Benioff is here to lead the keynote, and we’re expecting well north of 600 attendees — the DevZone is going to be as busy as Sheep Meadow on the first warm and sunny Saturday in an NYC April. We’re building on the momentum and energy we generated in Atlanta and Chicago, so this promises to be the best event yet.  And with a bigger set of sessions — nine across our three tracks — we’re taking the New York community even deeper into Force.com.  It’s going to be a great day.

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April 16, 2008
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TdF NYC: Force.com Hits the Big Apple