You asked for it, we’re delivering: the Salesforce Women in Technology Salon. Reminiscent of the intellectual salons that began in the late 17th century during the Enlightenment and continue in various forms today, I see this as a place for technical women to connect, debate, and share their expertise.

Join us Monday, November 18, 2013 in the Dreamforce ’13 DevZone for coffee, conversation, and powerful Table Talks by leading women from and the community. The Women in Technology Salon will be open from 9am-1pm. Drop by anytime, and be sure not to miss these Table Talks:

Women in Technology Table Talk: Achieving Effective Communication
Monday, November 18th: 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Moscone Center West, Women in Technology Salon
Often, as a woman, it is hard to communicate with authority and presence without being perceived negatively. How can women take a seat at the table with other developers and make sure their ideas are heard? Join us in the Women in Technology Salon for an informal talk on how to get your message across positively, with confidence and persuasion.
Penny Herscher, FirstRain
Lori Williams, Appirio
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Women in Technology Table Talk: Dev-Curious? Coding Talk for Non-Coders
Monday, November 18th: 11:15 AM – 11:45 AM
Moscone Center West, Women in Technology Salon
Have you been loving the power of building applications with the point & click tools and want to take the next step? Or new to, but have always been curious about coding? Join us in the Women in Technology Salon for an informal talk with one of our top technical trainers to see what it takes to learn to code, what the coding life is like, and see if coding is the right path for you.
Leah McGown-Hare,
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Women in Technology Table Talk: Next Steps as a Developer
Monday, November 18th: 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
Moscone Center West, Women in Technology Salon
Already coding in the cloud with, and wondering how to be more visible in the community and more attractive to potential employers? Join us in the Women in Technology Salon for an informal talk about the MVP program criteria and about the process, importance, and challenge of getting your Developer Certifications. You’ll get the inside scoop on taking your next steps as a developer.
April Nassi,
Deborah Kuklis,
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To register for these sessions, you can use the links provided here below the description to go right to the session in Agenda Builder. You’ll need to login with your DreamEvent credentials first. If you have not registered for Dreamforce yet, you can (at the time of this writing) get in on the action by registering with our developer promo code.

Also, don’t miss kicking off Dreamforce ’13 with hundreds of other women at our second annual women’s networking event:

Growing Your Career: FemmeForce & Girly Geeks Networking Event
Sunday, November 17, 2013: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Join hundreds of your peers for an evening of thought-provoking discussion and networking. The event will focus on the hot topic of Growing Your Career. A panel featuring leading women technologists from Silicon Valley and beyond will share insights into how best to grow your career. This event is open to both employees and customers. We also welcome attendees from every job role—developers, marketers, and engineers. Drinks and appetizers will be served.

This Sunday night event is not in Agenda Builder yet, due to technical difficulties, but [Update 10/16/2013] there is a workaround: simply click here and it will take you to the session record. From there, you can book the session into your agenda.

To stay connected with other Dreamforce women, join the Girly Geeks Chatter Group in the Dreamforce org.  Big shout out to Geraldine Gray for starting the group and keeping it going with her endless energy!  They have 971 members as of this writing…and offering a prize for #1000!  [Update 10/16/2013: the group hit 1000 members yesterday!]

After years of hanging out with the rockin’ Salesforce Admin crowd, I am looking forward to meeting our awesome Developers in the Dev Zone. If you are presenting or have a must-see session you want to share, please add a comment or give me a shout out on Twitter at @rockchick322004. See you in November!

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