Announcing our 2020 Developer Track

The pace of change and improvements to the tools in the Salesforce developer’s toolkit is incredible, and the vastness of the features and functionality available on (and with) the Salesforce platform is just as amazing. And it’s with this in mind that we’re doubly delighted to announce that the talks on the Developer track for London’s Calling are now published, and the line-up truly matches the current landscape.

Announcing the London's Calling 2020 Developer Track

On March 20th attendees at London’s Calling 2020 can hear from subject matter experts on a wide range of topics, covering areas that will give them absolute take-aways to help them with their current day-to-day work, as well as hearing about tools and features that are either relatively new or are still yet to be released.

There will be talks relating to SFDX and several intriguing uses of the Salesforce CLI by folk including many-time London’s Calling Speaker and MVP Keir Bowden and one of the group leaders from the Berlin Developers Trailblazer community Ankit Taneja. And amongst the speakers travelling from abroad to share their wealth of knowledge with us is none other than Kevin Poorman, Sr. Developer Evangelist at Salesforce, who’ll be performing a Code Live session, which is sure to be a highlight.

Lead Developer Evangelist Alba Rivas will be joining us from Salesforce too, giving a practical introduction to Lightning Web Components, so if you’re yet to take your first steps with LWCs then this is definitely a session for you. And if this is piquing your interest then Edith Valencia Martinez’s practical guide on modern JavaScript for Apex developers is going to be hugely valuable too.

We’ll also get to hear from developers that work for Salesforce end-users, such as Mick Wheeler and Lawrence Newcombe, and who’ll be giving us real-world knowledge on effective Managed Sharing, and implementing microservices with Platform Events and Change Data Capture.

In this post we’ve mentioned just a handful of the talks on the Developer track – there’s 14 in total – and I hope you can see why we’re buzzing about the sort of thing that’s going to be on offer. We’re also super-proud that we have developers of all levels covered, right from beginner through intermediate to advanced. All presentations on the Developer track are listed here.

A full list of sessions for the day can be seen on our schedule, and with London’s Calling just 11 weeks away now is the time to secure your place at Europe’s largest Salesforce community event.


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