July 28, 2017
Wed, June 28 – Thu, June 29, 2017, San Francisco, California
Our representatives from CoreValue attended TRAILHEADX’17, the biggest Salesforce developer conference of the year.
The Salesforce developer community gathered in San Francisco for 2 days to share their experiences and to learn about new trends and technologies.
During the 180 technical sessions, hands-on workshops and gamified training led by Salesforce engineers, the attendees had a chance to learn from experts in AI, explore the newest features of Lightning Experience, mobile app development, API and data integration and have fun whilst doing the above!
Parker Harris, Salesforce Co-Founder and CTO emphasized the importance of equality and diversity as one of the core values that drives Salesforce’s innovation.
The keynote speakers Alex Dayon, President & CPO, Sarah Franklin, SVP Dev Relations & GM, Trailhead & Leah McGowen-Hare, Director of Employee Content Strategy, Trailhead, highlighted what is new and cool in Lightning, Salesforce Einstein platforms and also introduced Salesforce Platform Events and Salesforce Data Management platforms.
Our own Vladyslav Petrovych, senior solution architect shares, “TrailheaDX’17 was a great opportunity to listen to Salesforce evangelists and product owners.
They provided a roadmap for new features & functionality, as well as demos of the recently released features such as, SFDX, Async SOQL, Einstein enabling flexibility that both developers and admins can implement.
Conferences such as this are a great place for those who want to build and customize Salesforce and want to feel the pulse and feedback of their own customers.
The cool part was that we could talk to the actual `makers` of the functionality and get answers to the questions about the Force.com platform.”
Commenting on the event, Roman Skurchak, solution architect at CoreValue said, “What I appreciated most was the conference targeting the developers’ audience.
We had a chance to interact and network with product experts, technical leads, with those who can speak ‘code’; we discussed things that really interest us like long awaited Salesforce DX Open Beta, which allows building apps together with continuous delivery. Overall, the event turned out to be much more than I expected. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye for the next conference.”
The Salesforce TrailheaDX proved to be a technology focused hub for Salesforce professionals from around the world focusing on innovation and future of their customers’ success.
We at CoreValue push the boundaries in order to bring innovation into reality by providing expert technical solutions.
Being a Salesforce Registered Partner we help our partners develop and implement Salesforce solutions for perfect customer experience.
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