Dreamforce 2012 highlights : A Google+ Hangout
Join us for a Google+ Hangout on October 3rd (9:30am PDT) as we discuss some of the developer highlights from this year's Dreamforce with a couple of community speakers and attendees.
For four gorgeous days last week (yes, the infamous SF weather actually cooperated!) Dreamforce 2012 took over downtown San Francisco. Not that I would know much about last week’s weather since I spent most of my time inside, in the Developer Zone at Moscone West. Quinton recently blogged about his top 10 moments from Dreamforce and I have to say that my own highlight reel is very similar to his.
However, the most important perspective on any event is that of the attendees, not the organizers. To that end, we thought it would be fun to host a Google+ Hangout with a couple of Dreamforce attendees and community speakers where we relive this year’s developer experience through their eyes. The Hangout will be on Wednesday, October 3rd at 9:30am PDT. We’ll hangout with Andy Boettcher (leader of the Force.com Developer User Group in Minneapolis), Jonathan Baltz (leader of the Chicago Developer User Group) and Dan Appleman (of the Advanced Apex Programming book fame) and recap their Dreamforce week. Whether or not you were able to join us for Dreamforce this year, this is a great chance to recap/relive the whole experience, from the 200+ technical sessions, to the Touch Stadium live ‘Battles’, to our first ever Unconference.
As before, here are the three different ways you can watch the Hangout next week.
- Right here: Come back to this blog article (bookmark it). The live video will be embedded below starting at 9:30am PDT next Wednesday.
- Developer Force’s Google+ page : Circle Developer Force and visit our page at 9:30am to find the video.
- Developer Force’s YouTube channel : Visit our YouTube channel to view the live video at go time.
Hope to see you all next week.
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p.s. Check out the list of Force.com Developer User Groups all around the world if you’d like to join or lead one.