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Dreamforce Day 3

Tanya Anglin
September 15, 2023
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Day 3 got off to a smooth start, with coffee thanks to the Slack team in the Salesforce APAC Lounge. What a bonus it is for the folks visiting from so faraway to have a place to connect, grab a meal and a coffee or cocktail and take a breath.

I headed to Moscone South for the Slack Keynote, which hi-lighted some of the cool features being released and on the roadmap.
After this it was time to make my way back to the Trailblazer Forest for the Campfire session I was hosting. There was a great turnout with some really good questions on breaking into a career in Salesforce and forging your own path.

Now that my task there was complete, it was back to the Marriott for the APAC Partner Leadership Connect session.Ā  It was great to see the focus on APAC and hear feedback and thoughts on how Salesforce is innovating.

On the home stretch now, it was a good opportunity to spend the final hours walking around the Forest and check out the displays and sessions that were happening. There was a great session on preparing for AI and what we can be doing now to make it easier once the products on the roadmap are available for general release.

Right around 330pm they guides started hustling folks out of the building which was highly entertaining. We still had one session to catch in the Forest so we headed back in and ended up socialising with a bunch of folks Iā€™d connected with virtually for years but never in person.

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