If you are going to be in the San Francisco bay area between Jan 21-23, mark your calendar for Renaissance, the iOS app
maker’s conference. Since Salesforce is sponsoring @renaissanceio, I was able to get a special 30% discount code. Take advantage of this offer and register by this Sunday (registration closes).
On Monday, Jan 21, Marcus Torres, our Director of Product Management for Force.com and Mobile will deliver a great talk under the API for Developers topic. I strongly recommed you attend his talk.
Event Details: http://renaissance.io/
Date/Location: Jan 21-23 at UCSF Mission Bay Conference
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