Pics: Salesforce Dreamforce Makes San Francisco Weirder
If Hunter S. Thompson and Walt Disney put on a tech conference, it would look a lot like Salesforce Dreamforce.
Salesforce.com Inc. 's annual customer and partner conference took over the Moscone Center and surrounding neighborhood like a capitalist Woodstock from November 6-9. Costumed mascots roamed the campus, mixed with monks -- actual monks! -- and the usual tech conference crowd in jeans.
During the conference, Salesforce cemented its relationship with Google, expanded its AI implementation and upgraded its Quip collaboration service. (See
Google Joins With Salesforce to Mix Online, Offline Customer Analytics, At Dreamforce 2017, Salesforce Doubling Down on AI and Quip Wants to Kill Email Attachments.
Here's some of what we saw:
Costumed mascots wandered the conference campus. You thought I was kidding about that? Photo by Salesforce.
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