Blue Canvas will attend Dreamforce in a low-key style, but they want to meet attendees to demo new features and ideas. They'll be in the Dev Zone and attending two parties.
With this article, learn about Blue Canvas' plans for attending Dreamforce, including where to find them and how to get a Blue Canvas t-shirt. You will also learn about the parties they will be attending and their thoughts on potential announcements from the Salesforce developer tooling team.
Here are our 5 Key Takeaways:
- Blue Canvas will be attending Dreamforce in a low-key style, but they still want to meet with attendees to demo new features and share ideas.
- You can find Blue Canvas in the Dev Zone and spot them in their ironically green Blue Canvas t-shirts.
- If you're attending Dreamforce and want a Blue Canvas t-shirt, tweet @bluecanvasio to let them know and they'll bring one for you.
- Blue Canvas will be attending two parties during Dreamforce: the Cirrus Insight pre-U2 happy hour and CRM Science's Puzzle Party.
- Blue Canvas is excited to see what announcements come out of the Salesforce developer tooling team during Dreamforce.
Blue Canvas will be at Dreamforce! Will you?
As many of you know, we’re still in our “two guys in a garage phase” so we’ll be attending in a fairly low-key style. (We don’t have anything as ingenious planned as the master of guerilla marketing himself, Marc Benioff.)
Still, we want to meet with you! We have new features to demo and ideas to float by you.
First of all, we’ll be hanging out in the Dev Zone for much of the conference. You can find us in our ironically green Blue Canvas t-shirts.
Speaking of which, if you will be attending Dreamforce and want one, we have extras! Please tweet @bluecanvasio letting us know you’ll be there and we can bring one for you!
We’ll also be attending two great parties:
The first is the Cirrus Insight pre-U2 happy hour from 4-8pm on Wednesday night.
We’ll also be at CRM Science’s Puzzle Party on Thursday night if you want to come meet us there.
Word on the street is that Marc Benioff himself was disappointed to hear that Salesforce was voted the most “dreaded” technology to work with in the 2015 Stack Overflow Survey. We expect there to be some announcements coming out of the developer tooling team. We are excited to see what they come up with!
We hope to see you at Dreamforce next week!
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