Attending Dreamforce has been a goal of mine since I first learned about Salesforce and started using it back in 2013. Salesforce delivers really cool products and Dreamforce sounds like a really cool event.
So, I was really happy when I learned of Salesforce’s World Tour! They essentially bring Dreamforce to you locally and give you a one-day taste of what the bigger event is like. Last week I attended the Salesforce World Tour in Houston, TX and it was SO GREAT!
It was held at The Westin Galleria and, if you’re familiar with the Houston Galleria, you already know how cool of a venue that is. The day’s agenda included morning breakout sessions, a keynote, lunch, afternoon breakout sessions, and a networking reception. The event was completely free AND they managed to serve a delish lunch, great Starbucks coffee plus sodas & water throughout the day, and heavy h’ourdurves plus wine & beer during the networking reception.
I was able to attend the keynote session and four breakout sessions. I got great notes which I will share with you here! :)
I am thankful for my new career.
After years of school and months of internships, it was such a great feeling to walk across the stage on May 22 (also my birthday!) as I graduated and received my Bachelor of Science degree! :)
Being an immigrant to this country, I can definitely say it was not easy but the ride was worth it. I am really happy that I chose The University of Texas at Austin for my undergraduate studies. My time there helped to launch me onto the career path I am on right now.
As my LinkedIn tagline says I am a "technology professional focused on maximizing client satisfaction and retention". Basically, I am driven by successful connections between clients/customers and products. I really love seeing a product delivered correctly and I really love when customers' expectations are exceeded by products. I am so thankful for the opportunities and experiences I have encountered that helped me develop these passions.
I am so excited to see where I go in my career! I have no idea what the future holds but I know it's going to be great with God on my side! :)
Thanks for visiting my blog! From Guyana to The Bahamas to Texas to New York City, it's easy to say that I've had many interesting and unique life experiences. Blogging is my chance to share them and I've been do just that for over 4 and a half years!