October has been a busy month for us in the London Salesforce community. A couple of weeks ago, we played our part in supporting Salesforce’s Dreamforce 2018 Global Gathering Movement.
This event provided those unable to actually make it to Dreamforce with some curated content straight from the conference. It was a great this opportunity to come together and share thoughts on sessions and keynotes from Salesforce’s flagship event.
This month’s London Salesforce Developer User Group was a little different than the usual format of two presentations from guest speakers. Instead, we turned our attention inward for an evening of brainstorming, work-shopping, and sharing of ideas.
For video highlights of the various talks which have taken place in recent months, you can head over to the official London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel. But we must emphasise that these events are well worth attending in person if you’re ever able to make it along!
Here’s a quick recap of the September DUG event, which took place on Wednesday the 19th at the London offices of Everis, who kindly sponsored the event too.
The Main Event
This month, Gemma Emmett, of Ladies be Architect fame, and all-round “Salesforce-of-nature” took us through a hypothetical business scenario akin to something that might be offered up to a candidate during their CTA process.
It’s been a busy summer, and one we hope all our regular readers have thoroughly enjoyed. And, after a short break, we’re back with our regular round ups of the latest activity from the London Salesforce developer user group.
We are still coming together each month for opportunities to keep networking, sharing experience and development practices, discussing new features, and giving each other feedback on developments with Salesforce technologies.
I couldn’t actually make it to the July event, so I’m super chuffed that these are recorded and put onto the London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel, thanks MobileCaddy!
July’s Salesforce event took place on Wednesday the 18th at the BrightGen offices in Liverpool Street. So let’s take a look at the two very exciting, very innovative sessions from the speakers: