Below are the tentative speakers and short but not accurate description of what they will be talking about. We are still working on finalizing all sessions, so more to come.
Everything below subject to change.
Thursday - Multiple Keynotes (starts at noon, Oct 28th)
Additionally on Thursday, again starting at noon, we will have multiple short sessions by these amazing Trailblazers.
Evan Ponter showing you how you can pull in up to 1,000 fields from up to 60 related objects in one report type
Gordon Lee talking about staging objects
Scott Allan letting everyone know more about Salesforce's Voice of a Customer program
Rich Nevin showing you how you can manage both rapid response work (bugs, issues, broken "stuff") and everyday project work....and be sane
Shane Smyth about extending Salesforce with Heroku
Friday - 3 session rooms. All day amazing Salesforce discussions, demos, and more. More speakers and sessions to be announced.
Pat McClellan - Supercharge Processes and Flows with Invocable Apex (not just for developers)
Melissa Hansen - Use Case: How we built a LWC Interface to cross contexts
David Schach - Showcasing the new and greatly improved Salesforce Labs Action Plans that will be coming soon
Shannon Gregg - Session Description Coming Soon
Richard Cunningham - From Accidental to Purposeful Business Analysis (why business analysis is one of the most important growth items currently)
Vernon Keenan - Build Better Apps with Salesforce Devops (not just for developers)
Dave Gordon - Democratizing Coding: Practical Applications of Programming Concepts in Flow
Terry Miller - From Process Builder to Lightning Flow
Medhanie Habte - Crazy things I built with Flow Components
(speakers to be announced) - Pub/Sub/Luv: Overview of Event Driven Architectures and what Salesforce is coming out with
Stephan Garcia - The Future of Development on Salesforce
Stephanie Thornton - Second place is First Loser: Automating Speed to Lead to Win the Customer
Shonnah Hughes - Power Einstein Prediction Builder with Customer Feedback Data