Below are a list of Friday sessions listed under our Salesforce Developer track. Many of our sessions fall into multiple persona’s but you can use the below as a guide. View the whole NorCal Dreamin’ schedule.

Friday Developer Sessions

Start TimeRoomSession TitleSpeaker(s)Description
2pmLightning Web Components And YouChuck Liddell

Got questions about the recently-released Salesforce programming model? Come chat with Chuck Liddell, DEX601 instructor and Salesforce MVP, and you might find some answers.

Part live demo, part audience Q&A; expect a wide-ranging discussion contrasting Aura components and patterns with Lightning Web Components accompanied by a breakdown of what this means for you.

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10amUnderstand your org better with Dependency APIVladimir Gerasimov

We are working hard on getting Dependency API out for beta testing by Summer ’19 and it would be great to present on it at the event.

Dependency API is a new addition to Tooling API that allows you to query for the dependencies between different metadata components in your org. For example, you can write a query that would tell you about all the places where a particular Apex class is referenced.

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1pmSalesforce Application Lifecycle Management Using Salesforce DXDan Alden
Salesforce DX is a valuable tool for developers. This session will demonstrate how to create, test, and deploy applications using the various tools for Salesforce DX.

11am5 Steps to Salesforce DevOps Enlightenment

Find your path to Salesforce DevOps Enlightenment with David Brooks, the Product Executive who led the initial development of the AppExchange and the Salesforce platform. Eliminate the challenges of releasing features on the Salesforce Platform and unleash the potential of your implementation by following these 5 DevOps best practices.

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5pmSalesforce Migration PitfallsGreg SmithIf you are a solutions/technical architect, consultant, experienced developer/admin, or leader of a Salesforce consulting team this one’s for you!  Chances are you’ve been involved in a few Salesforce migration/merger projects and have observed many more from a distance.  Some of them ended well, but many were quite challenging, over budget, and late on delivery. Why are these projects so difficult?  Let’s take a look at some of the most common migration pitfalls, and how you can avoid them.

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4pmSalesforce DevOps: Which Path Should You Take – Build or Buy?In this session you will learn the primary requirements for setting up a well-defined DevOps framework

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