If you know anything about me, it’s that I love taking pictures. I can usually be found with a camera in one hand, and a pack on my back ready for adventure. Last week’s adventure was Dreamforce ’13, and boy was it huge! I took about 300 photos throughout the week. Here are a collection of my favorite that sum up #devzone this year.

Crazy lighting

It’s amazing how much lighting can effect the mood and vibe of a space. The DevZone was packed with mood lighting, and incredible LED light array that could be changed with your iPhone, and connected clouds that lit up when you tweeted at them.

 

Connected Everything

The connected device lab was epic. Day, or night, the place was packed. Reid did a fantastic job, loosing his voice in the process. We connected everything to the cloud – from Lego Mindstorms, to bananas.

 

Gettin’ Hands On!

The best part of the DevZone is always about how much developers can get hands on with Salesforce1 technology. We had mini-hack sections, hands-on workshops, and a huge developer library to grab books, cheatsheets and much more!

 

Nerd out

Days at Dreamforce can get very long. The DevZone provided plenty of places to recharge with beanbags, play with connected gadgets, and just relax

 

Salesforce1

Salesforce1 was the huge announcement at Dreamforce this year. With both an app, and platform with 10x more API services and functionality, Salesforce1 opens a huge opportunity for developers, customers, ISVs, administrators, and every user to build next generation apps!

 

What was your favorite part of the devzone? We’d love to see it! Post to twitter with the #devzone hashtag.

 

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  • Elijah Dugan

    This was such a cool convention. Thanks for posting pics. As a freelance coder, those workshops were invaluable. It was great to get hands-on experience with the newest and greatest from the Salesforce development team. Wish you offered more detailed captions with your photos—Anyone looking at the pic with the apples and bananas would be wondering what Salesforce is up to. I guess only those of us who attended will know this secret. http://www.convospark.com/