Whether you are a Dreamforce newbie, a seasoned veteran, or joining us virtually from the interwebs, you can tap into the developer social conversation at this year’s event via this helpful all-access guide.

With over 120,000 people attending Dreamforce ‘13, it might be difficult to find your developer tribe amongst the crowd.  Here are all the social channels, hashtags, people, and Chatter groups to follow so you can keep your finger on the pulse of all the major Developer Zone happenings.  Plus, we’ve got an awesome new real-time social media infographic that tracks the number of conversations going on, including a sweet leaderboard (did you make the list?).

Developer Force Social Channels
Twitter
Facebook
Google+
LinkedIn
Instagram

Key Hashtags
#devzone
#salesforcehack
#devzonelab
#witsalon
#df13

People to Follow
Developer Evangelists
Force.com MVPs
Developer Relations Team

Chatter Groups
Developer Zone
Girly Geeks
Force.com

Plus, one of the best reasons to stay on top of the social conversation is to get the scoop on the plethora of awesome prizes you can win.  Here are some of the social contests we’ll be running:

Developer Selfie Scavenger Hunt

  1. Follow @forcedotcom on Twitter.
  2. Watch for photos posted via #devzone.
  3. Figure out where the photo was taken.
  4. Get there fast!
  5. Post a selfie of you in the same spot.
  6. First post wins!

 

We are the Makers Video Contest

  1. Go to the Connected Device Lab.
  2. Film yourself hacking something awesome.
  3. Post video to Vine or Instagram with #devzonelab.
  4. Enter random drawings to win prizes!

 

Build an App Twitter Contest

  1. Build a Salesforce app (Force.com, Heroku, mobile, whatever you want)
  2. Brag about your app on Twitter via #devzone.
    (Ex: “I just built an app! #df13 #devzone”)
  3. Enter random drawings to win prizes!

 

There are more prizes than ever, so make sure you join in the fun!  Have more tips for your fellow attendees? Share them below.

Also, check out the overall Social Media Guide for ALL of Dreamforce here.

See you on your favorite social media channel!

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  • Kurling Robinson

    Bootstrap workshop was concise and informative. Thanks @mikename #devzone #salesforcehack

    From Kurling @citisystem