The Salesforce1 World Tour reached London on 22nd May 2014. In a change of format from previous Salesforce events, the Expo and Dev Zone was open from 8:15 until the keynote started at 10:30. As BrightGen, were a Platinum Sponsor, this meant our stand had to be show ready by 8am. The stars had aligned for us in terms of workloads, which allowed us to bring a fair few staff with us, including a few new joiners who had never been to a show before.
We had a high level of interest in our offerings, so I spent most of the day on our stand aside from my Dev Zone talk at 2:30. Every year the Dev Zone gets bigger and better and this year was no different - standing room only for all of the talks and a very attentive audience. My talk was on Responsive Design with Visualforce Pages and the slide deck is available below:
For my talk I created a simple blog site, containing a home and links page. You can access the site at :
and if you’d like to see the code behind it, that is available on Github at:
The Github repository has a link to an unmanaged package if you’d like to install the code into your own developer edition to play around with it.