I am honoured to presenting a session at London’s Calling 2017 – a European Salesforce.com event independently organised by the community. The event takes place in London on the 10th February 2017.
The day-long event is bigger than last year’s event – full of amazing sessions and keynotes and a chance to meet and chat with many MVPs from the Developer Community and Developer Evangelists from Salesforce. My congratulations to Simon Goodyear, Francis Pinar, Jodi Wagner and Kerry Townsend for their incredible efforts in organising the event.
London’s Calling 2017
My own session is at 10.00am in the ‘Shift’ room and in it I discuss the planning and delivering of customer requirements with Lightning Components – and the lessons I have learned over the last year, most of which I have spent developing Lightning Components for Blue Wave’s customers.
The slide deck for the session is available here. The checkbox group component is available in my github account.
I have also recorded a webinar where I go through the Lightning Design System Starter Kit to augment the session.
See you at #LC2017!
Until I put together a full blog post on it, here is the slidedeck for my LDNs Calling 2016 presentation.
The sessions at the fantastic event are being recorded and the videos and slidedecks will be posted to http://www.londonscalling.net/.
- I have added all of the code to my github repo.
- The recording of all presentations given at Londons Calling is now available at the London’s Calling Youtube Channel. My own presentation is here:
I am looking forward to presenting a session at London’s Calling – the first European Salesforce.com event independently organised by the community. The event takes place in London on the 5th February 2016.
The day-long event is a full of amazing sessions and keynotes from Salesforce.com’s Peter Coffee and Erica Kuhl – not to mention the chance to meet and chat with many MVPs from the Developer Community and Developer Evangelists from Salesforce.
My own session is at 10.55am in the ‘Alt’ room (the rooms are called CMD, CTRL, ALT and TAB – love it). The session is a sequel to my session at Dreamforce 15 where I created a complex single page application (SPA) with a Visualforce page and no apex was used. The sequel asks the question – how can I create a similar spa in a Lightning Application with Lightning Components and the Lightning Design System – and what is the experience like?
Visualforce SPA to a Lightning SPA
I will post the slide deck for the session here the day before the event – and you might even get free code here too!
Kudos to the team who are organising the event and my thanks for getting the opportunity to speak at it.
See you all there!