I love going to Salesforce events — both the ones put on by the mothership and the ones organized by the community.
It’s so easy to get caught up in day-to-day execution of marketing and sales ops. But every time I step away from the glowing computer monitor and out into the live action Salesforce community — it is beyond worth it.
Engaging in the community is an opportunity to step back, think a bit more strategically, and learn from what others are doing. I seriously can’t say enough good things about them.
The Sercante Team is going to be out in full force at Salesforce events this summer, and we’d love to book a time to meet with any blog readers in person!
You can find us at the following happenings in the ecosystem through the end of June:
London World Tour – May 23rd
After thoroughly searching the expo hall for stickers of Codey in that adorable Paddington-esque outfit, I’ll be speaking with Nate Skinner at this session:
TrailheaDX – May 29-30
Russell and Adam will be repping Team Sercante at TrailheaDX, the must-attend event for developers and adminelopers. If you’re going to be there, let me know and I’ll send ’em with some dragons for you. 🙂
Texas Dreamin’ – June 13 & 14
Yee haw! This is one of my favorite community lead events. I’ll be delivering this session:
I’m pretty sure it won’t really be at 12:00 AM… still would do it though. #graveyardshift
Yeur Dreamin’ – June 14
It’s also the first Salesforce conference that is actually run by a cat. True story.
Connections – June 17-19
I don’t actually know what our team is going to do for Connections yet, but I do know one thing: WE’LL BE THERE.
Fun fact: over 25% of our team we met at Connections 2018 or 2016. Several folks pictured here:
All I’m saying is the event lives up to its name.
NorCal Dreamin’ – June 27-28
The last of the June events… but certainly not the least… is Norcal Dreamin’. Team Sercante will be staffing an “ask the experts” booth for Pardot and delivering a few quick sessions on Thursday afternoon.
Let’s Meet Up!
Connecting on the interwebs is great and all, but I’d love to meet more blog subscribers in protein form.