FAQ

(1) What is the event language?

As you know Spain is considered an ’emerging market’ for Salesforce so we are keen to have a bilingual event:

  • We aim to have sessions running in both languages in parallel.
  • The demoJam will be hosted by Joshua in English with a Spanish co-host.

(2) Do I need my laptop?

Up to you! You can also take notes, or check anything you need with your smartphone.

(3) How much does it cost? Why isn’t free?

This nonprofit event has been organized by the Salesforce Spanish Community in our “free” time. However we need to pay for the venue, breakfast, lunch, after party and all sorts are included.

Thanks to all our amazing sponsors, we were able to apply a huge discount on the final ticket, having the early bird price at just 20€ (Quick! get it from the Eventbrite in our homepage)

(4) Where can I have lunch?

Don’t worry about that!! We will offer lunch as well as breakfast and coffee & tea during the day. You just need to attend sessions, learn, share and enjoy!

(5) What kind of sessions can I find?

We would like to tailor to different type of Salesforce users, so the idea is to offer sessions for Admin, Developer, Architect as well as End User. 

You can find the latest updates here

(6) Where should I book a hotel? Which is the best way to go to OpenTalk?

Follow us closely because we publish [posts on this in our blog.

(7) At what time should I be there?

Our suggestion is to be there at 8.30, collect your credential and take a seat for the KeyNote. But if you prefer to arrive later, we will be open to give you a warm welcome at any hour. In addition, if you can’t arrive before lunch time, we will provide an extra discount. Get your half day ticket for 15€.

(8) I will spend a couple of days in Madrid. What can I do?

Ideas and tourism here.

(9) How can I take part in this event?

  1. Registrations/tickets are now open. Quick! get it from the Eventbrite in our homepage
  2. Do you want to be a sponsor? Reach out for the following dreamOle event: comunidadsalesforce@gmail.com
  3. Run a session. Follow us for next year’s speaker submissions.

(10) Is there a dress code?

Not at all!! Be comfortable to be ready to learn is our mantra, but a good piece of advice is to wear comfortable shoes.

Have we missed anything? If further questions do please reach out: comunidadsalesforce@gmail.com