The Welkin Suit is a sponsor of "Hands on Training" sessions at India Dreamin.
Most of you must know this by now, but in case you don’t, I’m here to remind you about one of the largest events in the world of Salesforce: India Dreamin. To be held on 30th September, India Dreamin is an event that simply cannot be missed. Just look at the list of speakers and you’ll be mesmerized! But why are we here at The Welkin Suite taking such an interest in this event? The answer is simple: because India is home to one of the largest and most qualified community of Salesforce developers in the entire world. So it would be foolish of us not to attend. And as the icing on the cake, there’s also the fact that India Dreamin will serve as a great opportunity to meet representatives from one of the largest community of developers and admins in the world. To take advantage of the opportunity, The Welkin Suite is sponsoring the "Hands on Training" sessions at India Dreamin.
Using this as the perfect excuse, I (Rustam Nurgudin - CEO of The Welkin Suite) decided to visit India.
Firstly, let me start off by telling you guys that I have always dreamed of visiting India. To me, India seemed to be this wonderful fairy-tale country that I used to read about as a kid. But despite always wanting to, I never really got the chance to visit it.
The thing is I prefer meeting and communicating with developers in informal environments where I can really get to know them well. This is how I am with everyone; with beginners, with seniors, with architects and with team leaders. I want to pick their brains and ask them all sorts of questions like why is their process one way and not the other, what do they find lacking in the IDE, what more do they want so they can be satisfied with that IDE. I want to pitch them our new ideas, see how they react, I want them to ask me questions and provide their honest criticism. All of this can only be done in an informal setting. Basically, I just want to keep talking about Salesforce development for as long as I can, and I am very eager for others joining in as well.
Lastly, I also want to talk to and understand all the problems that teams, projects and software companies' managers face when developing under Salesforce. If I can, I really want to offer them solutions (and of course here at TWS we prepared a little surprise for them too!).