Folks! We're back. This time round we've got a smorgasbord of an evening with something for everyone. Read on to the end to see all the rest of our 2019 dates. As usual they'll be plenty of time for networking, as well as some snacks. Cash or card for drinks at "The Commons" bar, which is where we will be meeting from 6pm; with first presentation at 6.30pm.
We also want to extend many thanks to Validity for sponsoring our event; and for enabling us to use a new, larger venue. We hate turning people away!
Prototyping in Salesforce World
Prototyping and user testing is one of important ingredients to achieving successful Salesforce implementation, but many Admins, Developers and Consultants are tempted to skip this important step. Our own Sergey Erlikh MVP presents on this, sharing his experience, demoing tools that he's found useful, and potentially saving you significant configuration and development time.
Demystifying Single Sign On
Our own Miguel Carvalho, professional musician, tells us all about SSO. What it is, how it can dramatically improve Salesforce adoption, what you need to consider, and how it can be simply set up.
Lightning Web Components
The Developer community is excited, but what are these things, and why should Admins care? Ata Khan pops by to explain what this means for all of us.
Top 10.628 moments of my favourite Salesforce events!
Kevin Jackson, Belgium Nonprofit User Group Leader, is keeping silent, but his promises to reveal all when he joins us (again) on the 28th.
OTHER NOTES: Full disabled access; two minutes walk from 3 metro lines! Parking also available at the venue @ €4/hour (pay reception when leaving).
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY:
LAST THING: You've all seen the brand new, all-singing, all-dancing DutchSFCommunity.org website?
Your Amsterdam User Group team (twitter: @AmsterdamOhana)