Having attended Sage Summit in London last week I thought it would be useful to share my key lessons learned.
When I was a kid, I built a set of stairs that helped my friends and I get up a hill to our treehouse. That was the first time I can remember solving a problem like that. It wasn’t that the hill was wrong. I have nothing against hills. I just thought there had to be a better solution. My obsession with improving upon the design of things continues to this day.
I am preparing for my 7th Dreamforce. I’ve been luckily enough to be an attendee for 5 years and a presenter for 2 years. It has been amazing seeing this conference grow. However, I do feel mature when I tell rookie attendees that I attended the Gala inside the Moscone Center, everyone was able to attend the keynote sessions in person, and there was just one food court during my first year. After several years of experience, here are my 5 quick tips to survive and make the most out of Dreamforce: