The Salesforce Community is back with another amazing event, NorCal Dreamin’ on June 27-28, 2019 in Sacramento, CA. It will be a Salesforce conference organized by the members of the Community, User Group leaders, and MVPs. This two-day event will consist of various insightful sessions, effective discussions, and fun activities like admin sessions, developer sessions, marketing sessions, discussion on career development, and a lot more.
With more than 35 sessions, product demos, hands-on training, and Q&A, anyone who is involved with Salesforce is going to get something out of NorCal Dreamin’. Keynote speaker panel is going to be one of the major attractions for the visitors all because of the experts involved in the panel. A few of the awesome keynote speakers presenting at NorCal Dreamin’ are Steve Molis, Sarah Coulter, Brian Clark, Harshad Panchal, Charlotte King, and Chris Hopper.
NorCal Dreamin’ will be hosting four career development sessions along with the leaders within the Salesforce ecosystem who will be sharing valuable information. The sessions will include a one-hour networking event in order to allow attendees to meet and connect with fellow visitors and companies.
As long as the Q&A session with the Salesforce experts goes, you can participate and get your queries solved on several topics like Automation (Process Builder, Flow), Einstein Analytics, CPQ, Lightning Reports and Dashboards, Lightning Web Components, DX, Pardot, Lightning Migration, Marketing Cloud, etc.
If you are someone who leads or volunteers for a nonprofit, then NorCal Dreamin’ is the place to be. There will be a hands-on event to bring the Salesforce Community of nonprofits and EDU institutions, Salesforce.org staff, and partners together.
Admins, developers, and marketers are not left behind either. There are going to be sessions specifically revolving around their role. For instance, the admins will get to attend sessions on topics like ‘A Deep Dive into Native Salesforce Duplicate Management’, ‘Top 10 Things Admins Can Learn from Developers (without learning to code)’, ‘Next generation permission management in your org’, and ‘Formulas for the Everyday Admin’. Developers will be offered sessions on topics like ‘Understand your org better with Dependency API’, ‘5 Steps to Salesforce DevOps Enlightenment’, and ‘Salesforce Migration Pitfalls’.
The list of sponsors is as amazing as it can get with powerful companies like Salesforce.org, Guidehouse, Magentrix, Formstack, FormAssembly, SmartCloud Connect, R Systems, SquareBlue Consulting, and Blackthorn.
Among all these sponsors is Algoworks as well, that is going to attend the event and put up a booth of its own. We are excited about this opportunity and are looking forward to interacting with our peers!