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We are adding an exciting range of workshops for the Internet of Things Zone into Agenda Builder. If you have ever want to get hands on with some of the gadgetry of IoT but never had the chance to use them, learn about the opportunities that will be at Dreamforce 2015.
The DevZone Call for Presentations is live and will help us understand what you want to present at DF15. Check out this blog for tips and examples to help you build your CFP submission.
At Dreamforce 2014, we brought together 26 partners, over a hundred Salesforce staff, and THOUSANDS of developers for an Internet of Things zone that was bigger than many standalone IoT conferences. Here are some of the highlights of the zone.
We ran set of live broadcast channels cycling with different webisode content all throughout Dreamforce. We had 7 developer webisodes sprinkled throughout the 4 days, and focused on what makes Dreamforce so great for developers: new products, innovation, community members, and platform. We had over 150,000 people from all over the world tune into the 7 developer webisodes live, and you can view the individual recordings here.
The Developer Keynote is our opportunity to share what the newest platform features for developers are, present tech trends we are seeing across our 100,000+ customers, and what developers can do to build the next wave of revolutionary apps. The past two years, the keynote has sold out. To avoid missing out, register now. Here is a sneak peak of what you can expect.
This year at Dreamforce we are launching a new hands-on workshop program that is specifically designed for app builders of any technical or non-technical background to be able to build an app and tinker on the Salesforce1 Platform in the DevZone. You'll go through a 2.5 hour class with an MVP or Developer User Group (DUG) leader who will teach a series of lessons with hands-on exercises peppered in between. Don't miss out, sign up in Agenda Builder today!
Hackers, mark your calendars for October 10-12, 2014! We can’t wait to see what you’ll build at the Salesforce $1 Million Hackathon.
When David Liu emailed Marc Benioff for a Dreamforce pass, he didn't expect an answer. Now, he's a Salesforce Architect at Google.