Whoa! Dreamforce'15 went like a Hurricane and left us with many many interesting topics and talks to discuss. The Winter'16 release includes most of these cool features and we want to share some of them with our community with a new "15' quick talk" format and an open panel discussion based on your input.
Beer, soft drinks and pizza will be provided by our host Altimetrik.
Agenda: (can be modified)
7.00-7.15: Hello Winter'16! (Aldo Fernandez)
7.15-7.35: Dressed for Success (Andrea Morales - Sebastian Peraza)
7.40-8.00: OmniChannel: Boost your Agents productivity (Laureano Costa)
8.05-8.30: Ready, aim, fire: Salesforce Q&A (UYSDUG Board)
8.45+: drink up at a close bar
Hello Winter'16! (Aldo Fernandez @aldoforce)
Winter'16 is here! Let's take a quick review of the most critical features. The main attraction is Lightning Experience but there are other impressive stuff coming out you can't miss.
Dressed for Success (Andrea Morales @andrem2b - Sebastian Peraza @sebaperaza)
As a web developer you are aware that today's design and development cover a range of devices and platforms: mobile, tablets, responsive web, desktop apps. To deal with all these, you have to leverage CSS frameworks or toolkits such as Twitter Bootstrap, and most of the time you struggle to achieve the results you desire. Find out how you can build applications that comply with the new Salesforce Lightning look and feel without writing any CSS with the new Lightning Design System, a whole new way to build pixel perfect apps.
Omni-Channel: Boost your Agents productivity (Laureano Costa)
In this presentation we are going to be talking about Service Cloud and more specifically, about a relatively new functionality in that edition called Omni-Channel that allows a Salesforce administrator to route incoming Service Cases to the most suitable available agent.
Ready, aim, fire: Salesforce Q&A (UYSDUG Board)
This section is an open interactive space to talk and discuss about different topics related to the platform. Newbies and more experienced users are welcome to participate and add items to the topics list, it's a great time to clarify and discuss technical and non-technical stuff.
Altimetrik is kindly hosting the event at their WTC Montevideo office. Doors will open at 6.00 pm. Because of building security policy, don't forget to bring and show your ID (drivers license, passport, CI, etc) at front desk.