Once again the community groups are coming in clutch for you and me and hosting all of the events this week! There aren’t a lot of events going on, so maybe take this week to read my last blog post and plan an event for your own team! Now sit back, open up your calendar and let’s get planning!
On Tuesday, July 14th Let’s get LWC Talking is being hosted by the Irvine, CA Devs Group at 6pm. This meeting is solely about the different ways LWC communicates. You will need VS code set up before the event, as they want to give you examples of pub/sub and beta message channels that you can work through in your own environment.
I’m pretty excited about Zero to PD1: Part 1 — Motivation & Mindset (Panel Discussion) event this week! It’s taking place on July 15th at 5pm and is hosted by the Sacramento, CA Women in Tech Group. Keep in mind that it is a two part event, so stay tuned for when that next date will be announced. This meeting is for those wanting to pursue a Platform 1 Developer certification. They will be talking to a handful of community members who went from zero to gaining this certification and what inspired them to get there. At the end of the meeting a certification voucher will be given away, so make sure you are online and attending when the drawing takes place!
If you need some more help on Pardot (and who doesn’t?) then Pardot + Drift (chatbot) Integration is the event for you! Taking place on Thursday, July 16th at 4:30pm the Irvine, CA B2B Marketers Group is hosting Sara Hernandez and Mike Creuzer from Sercante to talk about this with you. They are going to focus on the “What” rather than the “How” for this session. Even if you don’t have these tools, they will be telling you about other possibilities, and for those who do have these products, you will learn how to have “fun” with them.
Additionally a bunch of community groups are hosting TrailheaDX Global (Virtual) Gathering this week on the 16th. The times vary on when it’s taking place, but make sure to check out your local community groups to get that information. If your local group isn’t hosting this kind of event, then check out other community groups and make new friends and connections!
There has been a lot of talk about the Summer ‘20 Release if you haven’t noticed. This week there are a few webinars about this topic, specifically in regards to Service Cloud and Sales Cloud. Salesforce is offering this webinar on multiple dates, times and languages throughout the week, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, now is the time!
Last week I actually decided to not talk about events and instead focused on how to plan a virtual event for your coworkers. What tips did you find useful and have you planned an event for your team? We didn’t have a lot of events, except for a lot of Summer ‘20 Release Review events hosted by a bunch of community groups. Did you attend one of these community group events? Tweet us @mkpartners and let us know your thoughts!
Also, make sure to tweet us if you think there are any events worth mentioning and what event you are excited about this upcoming week. And, as always, we will see you in the cloud.