TrailblazerDX 2022 for B2C Commerce

Weezer at TrailblazerDX

The pandemic is continuing its rounds worldwide, but luckily things are starting to return to normal. 

And with things returning to normal, in-person events are also back!

First in line is TrailblazerDX, a developer-centered event in San Francisco. What does it have in store for the Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud developers? Let’s have a look!

As a side note, there are “holes” in the given schedule below. So be sure to use the provided tools to plan your multi-cloud agenda!

Get Connected

It won’t be a Salesforce event if you don’t meet up with other people you have been “slacking” with for the past years!

I have created a channel on the Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud Unofficial Slack to get connected!

Click here to join!

This year I will not be able to attend in person 🙁, but don’t let that stop you from connecting with your fellow B2C Trailblazers!

Can't attend?

The main shows can be viewed through Salesforce+ for free!

(No) Bootcamp

It is customary that a “Bootcamp” precedes some events. This is a four days expert-led learning track with two opportunities to get certified (for a price).

But unfortunately, there is no track available for anyone wanting to get some Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud certifications.

Looking at the ecosystem’s growth within Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud, I feel there could be room to add a Bootcamp for Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud to this list.

Note: Such a Bootcamp generally costs around $3000. But for a 4-day on-site training and two certification attempts, it is well worth it.

Wednesday, April 27

Join Parker Harris and guests to learn how Trailblazers can come together to use the latest innovations across the Customer 360 Platform, MuleSoft, Slack, and Tableau to build the future of work.

Note: This session is not aimed at Salesforce B2C Commerce cloud but is an excellent opportunity to get to know other products in the ecosystem. And it’s the keynote, so be there or be square!

Studies show fast storefronts convert better than slow ones. Headless storefronts pose unique performance challenges. Learn how to make storefronts built with Salesforce B2C Commerce’s PWA Kit fly.

We will focus on integration from a beginner’s mind. If you want to learn about integration from the beginning to a point where you start understanding the big picture, this session is for you.

Note: This session is not aimed at Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud.

Developing with B2C Commerce can be a daunting experience for new users. We’ll unveil our new quick-start flow that will make our React-based storefront accessible to any developer within minutes.

Join this Ask Me Anything session to connect with Salesforce developer advocates and engineers and get your questions about continuous integration answered.

Note: This session is not aimed at Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud.

Thursday, April 28

Join Parker Harris, the chief product officers from Salesforce, MuleSoft, Slack, and Tableau, and product managers for a one-of-a-kind question-and-answer forum about our product roadmap.

Have a question or topic you’d like to see the executives address during True to the Core? Send them here.

Note: This session is not aimed at Salesforce B2C Commerce cloud but is an excellent opportunity to get to know other products in the ecosystem. And it’s the second day keynote, so be there or be square!

Unlock agility and efficiency by applying DevOps best practices for B2C commerce. Find out what tools are available to the community and see a walkthrough of a CI/CD pipeline.

Customization hooks for B2C commerce headless APIs is a new feature this year that gives developers enormous flexibility. Learn new headless use cases and a quick path to getting started.

Develop connected digital experiences that attract and convert customers – and keep them coming back. Discover new tools purpose-built for developers, designed to make your work fun and easy.

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