The Sacramento User Group and Tampa Women in Tech User Group are coming together for a coast-to-coast meeting with the most! February Flow Bowl!! Watch as our facilitator throws out scenarios for our Guest Panelists to catch! Low Code? No Code? What’s the best way to build and more importantly - WHY? Who will win? Join us for this battle of automation with special guests Pat McClellan, Daryl Moon, Kevin Poorman and others (to be announced soon!!)!
Salesforce Improvement Consultant
Proton 7 Group
Chief Lightning Officer
Sr. Developer Evangelist
Daryl possesses an extensive background in ICT, in a variety of consulting, technical, management and training roles across several state and national governments and the private sector.
With 5 Salesforce certifications (Sales Cloud Consultant, Service Cloud, Advanced Administrator, Administrator and App Builder certifications).
Professional skills include business analysis, requirements gathering, business case development, technical solution design, implementation and support of a wide range of solutions combining a mixture of hardware, software, and networking equipment and training for both enterprise and Small Business environments.
Pat McClellan is an 8x certified Application Architect, consultant, and creator of Proton Text, an SMS Lightning Component available on the AppExchange. Pat is a career-changer and "Ohana-taught" developer, learning to code (and flow) on Trailhead and working through Superbadges. Pat is a Salesforce MVP, Platform Champion Alumnus, Trailblazing Partner, Mentor, volunteer coach for RAD Women Code, co-founder of Superbadge Sunday, and 2x Dreamforce and TrailheaDX speaker.
Kevin has been working on the Salesforce platform for over a decade. Kevin authored the ngForce, Custom Related Lists, and Promise libraries, all available on Github. In 2015 Kevin joined Salesforce, as a Customer Success Architect on the Marketing Cloud, where he helped developers succeed with mobile push messaging. In early 2016, Packt published his book, Mastering Application Development with Force.com. You’ll likely run into Kevin at user groups, conferences and Dreamforce. Wherever you find him, he’s likely talking about mobile development, Apex, Programming Work Asynchronous, or Continuous Integration.