At DocuSign, we’re excited to share what’s in store for developers at Dreamforce. We’re a Tera-level sponsor in the Dreamforce Developer Forest and our eSignature app on the AppExchange is very popular and widely downloaded. We have many exciting ways for you to learn or expand your knowledge of developing with DocuSign on the Salesforce platform. Buckle-up and read-on for more info.
dev:our – Learning Lunch at the W
We’re hosting a special learning lunch called dev:our (or you can think of it as devouring useful content and good food at the same time ) at the W hotel on Wed, November 8, from 12:00pm – 2:30pm. You can register for dev:our here.
In this workshop, we’re providing a great lunch and we’ll show you how easily you can integrate DocuSign into Salesforce. We’ll also show all the cool stuff you can do with custom buttons, our step-by-step code recipes, and even the ability to collect payments right when contracts are signed.
If that isn’t enough, the first 50 people attending the dev:our learning lunch will receive tickets to the DocuSign party. If you’ve attended Dreamforce before, you know that our parties are the talk-of-the-town and they show how much we love to celebrate our customers’ success. You don’t want to miss it.
DocuSign Developer Sessions
Don’t miss these amazing developer sessions, all presented by DocuSign engineers:
|Streamlining Digital Processes with DocuSign and Lightning||Introducing DocuSign for Salesforce’s new Lightning custom buttons for automating common tasks and standardizing processes! Come learn how streamlining processes with custom buttons will save time, reduce errors, and help your reps close faster.||Andy Tzou||Monday,
|Moscone West, Admin Meadow Theater|
|Using Heroku and Apache Camel to Create Open Source Integrations with Salesforce||Apache Camel is a versatile open-source integration framework based on known Enterprise Integration Patterns. If you’re working with multiple software products and want to integrate them with Salesforce, this is a create place to start. In this session, we will show you how to use Apache Camel and Heroku to create a variety of integrations with Salesforce quickly and efficiently. And yes, source code will be provided as well.||Mikhail Voronin||Tuesday,
|Moscone West, Room 2006|
|DocuSign Labs: Beyond the managed package||Join us under the hood and learn how to extend DocuSign for Salesforce functionality with new Lightning custom buttons and invokable actions.||Ken Naku||Wednesday,
|Moscone West, Room 2009|
|E-Signatures: Extending DocuSign for Salesforce with Lightning & Apex||Now that Lightning components are available in Lightning for Gmail and Outlook, we can further drive productivity by providing users with context-driven data. Join us and learn how to leverage Lightning and Apex to bring DocuSign for Salesforce directly where they work: e-mail.||Ken Naku||Wednesday,
|Moscone West, Canyon Theater|
|DocuSign Labs: Customized builds and the future||A deep dive of what else is possible with DocuSign for Salesforce. Join us for step by step code recipe discussions and a sneak peak of what we’re building! (Safe Harbor, of course).||Fred Wade||Thursday,
|Moscone West, Room 2020|
As part of the Dreamforce Developer Forest, we’re sponsoring a “mini-hack” challenge over the course of four days. The challenge uses the Salesforce Lightning App Builder and DocuSign for Salesforce. Instructions for the challenge will be available in the Developer Forest. Make sure to stop by to see how it works and learn about our awesome raffle prizes.
Developer Forest Booth
We’ll have DocuSign engineers on staff the entire time the Developer Forest is open. Come see us in booth #31, where we can talk about DocuSign for Salesforce (DFS), custom buttons, step-by-step recipes, or any other questions you have. We’re also available to help with the mini-hack challenge.
We’ll also be doing a great raffle each day, so stop by our booth to enter. Our raffle prizes are always amazing, so just visit our booth to enter.
If you want to get started early, visit these resources:
- Join us at Dreamforce
- DocuSign Developer Center
- DocuSign for Salesforce (AppExchange)
- DocuSign for Salesforce (DocuSign)
- DocuSign Salesforce recipes
- DocuSign developer blog
See you there!