At Salesforce TrailheaDX 2019, Sarah Franklin spoke with TechRepublic about what makes the company’s relationship with developers, admins, and customers.
In the past few weeks, four tech heavyweights have held their 2019 developer conferences: Facebook F8, Google I/O, Microsoft Build, and Apple WWDC. Companies have historically used these events to celebrate their existing developers, bring new coders into the fold, and outline their platform roadmap for the coming year. Recently however, these events have more to do with product announcements and corporate vision statements than coding.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s efforts to address Facebook’s privacy problems during the opening F8 keynote overshadowed any of the Messenger, PyTorch 1.1, or Oculus for…