Catch up on what’s new from the Developer MVPs! Plus, check out some of what they presented at Knowledge 2023. The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. Here are some of their awesome contributions from this past month: May Highlights CreatorCon Keynote: Caffeinating your developer world featuring Ebony Akkebala Lab: Process Automation Designer + Playbooks = Success by Carleen Carter Congratulations to the Hackathon - App Engine Category and Hackathon Overall winners: Chris Helming, Sarah Toulson, Ebony Akkebala, Astrid Sapphire, and Jesalyn Smith Catalog Builder - Tips and tricks to free developers from catalog items and How to create a custom fulfilment step type with inputs for Catalog Builder by Paul Morris Any Predictive Intelligence solutions in use on your instance?
This is a transcript of episode 77 of Break Point, where Chuck and Lauren gave us their Knowledge Survival Guide. Transcript Chuck To get the most out of a conference like Knowledge, There’s a lot to consider from what you wear to what you bring and even following up afterwards. Get your favorite note-taking tools, because in this episode, Lauren and I talk about some of the things to consider to maximize your value and hopefully convince your organization to send you again next year.
Check out what the Developer MVPs have been up to! The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. Here are some of their amazing contributions from the last month: April Highlights What is Catalog Builder (and why aren’t you already using it?) by Paul Morris Keeping up with ServiceNow’s Evolution in the new world of content creators by Paul Morris Why you should enquire about database footprint of an Instance by Mark Roethof Data checks with Instance Scan: Validating Attachments table sys_id by Mark Roethof DevBasics: Harden your Signatures by Maik Skoddow Get a report of all references for any record by Maik Skoddow How to Make the Most Out of Knowledge: ServiceNow’s Epic User Conference by Nia McCash Knowledge 2023 - Networking by Carleen Carter Explore Utah || Change Management via Service Operation Workspace by Atul Grover Formula Builder || Use of Formula Builder || New Concept ServiceNow by Prashant Kumar (LearnIT) Auto-Populate Variable || UTAH Features || ServiceNow by Prashant Kumar (LearnIT) ServiceNow and the rise of Business Technologists by Dhruv Gupta and Ashutosh Munot Laten We Praten - AES Episode 1 by Dhruv Gupta and Ashutosh Munot JIRA Spoke Action to LookUp User from JIRA by Sachin Namjoshi Custom Corner: Service Portal Announcements by Sarah Toulson GlideRecord vs GlideRecordSecure | When to use GlideRecordSecure by Ishaan Shoor Learn and Groove: Chuck Tomasi takes on #Know23 by Ishaan Shoor & Harneet Singh Sital
Hey all, as we get closer to Knowledge 23, I wanted to provide the transcript for this episode of the Break Point podcast on CreatorCon. Different people have different preferred ways to consume content and CreatorCon is an important aspect of the ServiceNow Developer Program, so we thought a transcript wouldn’t hurt! Transcript Chuck Their CreatorCon experience at Knowledge is nothing short of amazing and we realize there are a lot of people out there that have not been to CreatorCon.
CreatorCon Hackathon 2023 Are you ready for an exciting and innovative opportunity that will push your skills to the limit? Look no further than the CreatorCon Hackathon! Visit https://devlink.sn/hackathon to learn all about this year’s must-attend event. What is the CreatorCon Hackathon? CreatorCon Hackathon 2023 hosted by ServiceNow is an event that seeks to bring together developers, partners, and customers to build innovative and creative solutions on the ServiceNow platform.
General availability (GA) for the Utah Release of ServiceNow is here (March 22, 2023)! While the Developer Program has been working on creating Utah content for you all, our 2023 ServiceNow Developer MVPs and Community MVPs have these things to share with you all about Utah: Highlights Amit Gujarathi (LinkedIn) Atul Grover (LinkedIn) Brad Bowman (LinkedIn) Ebony Akkebala (LinkedIn) Gunjan Kiratkar (LinkedIn) Jesalyn Smith (LinkedIn) Martin Ivanov (LinkedIn) Philip Swann (LinkedIn) Prashant Kumar (LinkedIn) Sandeep Dutta (LinkedIn) Willem Zeiler (LinkedIn) Content Spotlight Amit Gujarathi Content Atul Grover Content Gunjan Kiratkar Content Prashant Kumar Content Sandeep Dutta Content Willem Zeiler Content Highlights Amit Gujarathi (LinkedIn) Among the various features of the Utah release, I have found the Table Builder feature to be particularly useful in creating mappings with extended tables and the beautiful schema view.
Every month we’ll be sharing some of the latest content from the Developer MVPs! Don’t miss out on their newest blogs, videos, and more. The Developer MVPs are a collection of developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. Check out some of their contributions so far: February Highlights ChatGPT Enablers in ServiceNow Ft. Jace Benson & Mark Scott by Ishaan Shoor Microsoft Azure DevOps Spoke by Ashutosh “Gunner” Munot Can you use ChatGPT to improve your code in ServiceNow?
Just a short while ago we announced the 2023 ServiceNow Developer MVPs. Please visit WomenNow.dev to see their highlights on Chris Helming who is our first openly non-binary Developer MVP, Astrid Sapphire who is our first openly transgender Developer MVP, Ebony Akkebala who is our first black woman Developer MVP, and Nia McCash who is the first woman to be awarded both Community MVP and Developer MVP.
Congratulations to our 2023 Developer MVPs! We had a record number of applicants this year and wanted to thank everyone that took the time to apply. We want to recognize and welcome the following developers to the Class of 2023 for their outstanding contributions to the ServiceNow Community: The Developer MVPs are a collection of developers who are passionate about ServiceNow. They strive to inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively.
Would you like to be a ServiceNow Developer MVP? The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. They help, encourage, and enable developers of all skill levels and types succeed in building and developing on the Now Platform. We want everyone reading this to make sure to read our criteria emphasis on Participation, Not Reach, you never know if you might be our next Developer MVP!