See you in San Francisco!

I’ll be speaking at three sessions during the DocuSign Momentum event in San Francisco on Wednesday, March 4th. Momentum registration is free for developers! (See registration code, below.) Here’s a preview of my sessions:

Creating Embedded Signing Workflows

About half of DocuSign customer developer and ISV partner integrations embed the signing ceremony within the flow of their application, website, portal, or product. This session will cover the in’s and out’s of embedding the signing ceremony, including security and authentication issues. We’ll start with PowerForms programming and include a discussion of mobile and single-page web applications, too.

DocuSign API 101

This session is for developers who are new to the DocuSign APIs. In this session, I’ll give a quick survey of the available DocuSign APIs and then focus on the eSignature REST API: use cases, objects, authentication, code examples, and more. We’ll also have time during this session for your questions about using the API.

DocuSign Connect: An Overview for Beginners

In this session, Joey Peng and I will cover the DocuSign Connect webhook service. Use it to quickly and productively receive notifications from DocuSign when your envelopes change status: for example, after the order’s contract has been signed, automatically update your order processing system to fulfill the agreed order. We will be discussing how to use Connect today and the new Connect features scheduled for release this year.

Plus Plus

The developer track at Momentum will also feature many other sessions for developers, the launch of a new API, great swag, and more.

Did I mention it? The registration price for developers is $0, zilch, free, etc. Just be sure to use the code DSMO20D when you register.

See you there!


Larry Kluger is the Lead Developer Evangelist for DocuSign. He has many years of tech industry experience as a software developer, product manager, and evangelist. An award-winning speaker, he enjoys giving talks and meeting members of the developer community.

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