Let’s get together to talk about highlights from TrailheaDX 2020 and exciting features on Summer 20 release. During this Global Gathering, we’ll go deep on what Salesforce Developers should know, from product announcements to awesome demos. As always, we’ll also have some fun and give back together.
5:30 - Welcome Note
5:50 - TDX20 Highlights by Abhinav Gupta
6:20 - Summer 20: Dynamic Forms and Dynamic Actions by Saurabh Kumar
6:50 - Quiz, Awards, and Closing Note
We have 7 certification vouchers to give away in this meeting for $200 and $400 certification exams. To be a part of the race, you must have to login into the meeting by 5:35 PM and should be available till the end. We will be announcing the names at end of the meeting.
Founder of Concretio Apps
FEXLE Services Private Limited
Senior Salesforce Developer
Abhinav Gupta is a Salesforce Architect and an expert cloud computing consultant with 15+ years of experience and has been working in Salesforce since 2008. He is currently leading Salesforce practice at Concret.io (a Salesforce SI & ISV partner) with a team of nearly 50 developers/consultants. His area of expertise is not only limited to Salesforce, but has done quality work on other frontend frameworks, like AngularJS/Ionic/Cordova, and cloud platforms like Heroku, Amazon Web Services (EC2/BeanStalk, etc) and Google App Engine.
Abhinav is a Salesforce enthusiast and an avid blogger & speaker. Here are some of his highlights:
Blogs about cloud computing, Salesforce.com, and open source technologies at http://www.tgerm.com
Contributor to various open-source projects like “Tolerado”, “Fast XML DOM”, “Rollup Engine” which are used by largest enterprises and featured in Salesforce books, blogs, and newsletters.
Delivered sessions on a variety of topics related to Salesforce in Dreamforce, and various Salesforce dreamin, DG/UG events.
Co-founder of India’s 1st Salesforce Dreamin event known as “Jaipur Dev Fest”.
Co-author of “Force.com Tips & Tricks” book available on Amazon and other popular online mediums.
Winning third place in the 2010 Salesforce Developer Challenge with his mobile location sharing application.
Judged final round of $ 1 Million hackathon at Dreamforce 2014.
A “Salesforce MVP” for the last 8 years