CreatorCon is the developer conference within Knowledge18. There are lots to see, learn, experience, and get excited about at this year’s CreatorCon.
Choose from more than 100 hands-on workshops and demo-led sessions covering all aspects of development on the Now Platform. Hear about new features, including Metric Base, Virtual Agent and Machine Learning. We have content for developers of all types. If you’re an enterprise architect, explore our dedicated track just for you. Check out the CreatorCon sessions.
Don’t miss the playground of CreatorCon. Developer Hub offers hands-on experiences, IOT hacks, Developer Theater running short technical talks and Tech Now Live, ServiceNow product demos, CreatorCon Challenge finalist demos, games, prizes, food, and much more.
Bring your ideas to life in the arena of the CreatorCon Hackathon. Teams of all types will go head-to-head in this eight-hour quest for sweet prizes and unfettered glory. Because you + the Now Platform = unlimited brilliance! Add session CCH3017 to your conference agenda and register to participate.
Blast off to Mars
Take one giant leap for developerkind with the CreatorCon Mission to Mars. Solve programming challenges for traveling to Mars and establishing a colony as you compete with peers for prizes. Learn about Automated Test Framework, Metric Base, and IntegrationHub with IoT devices and bots. To join, add Mars qualifying rounds to your schedule.
And that’s just the start
Visit the Hack Zone exhibits and see unique and fun uses of the Now Platform. Learn about the features you currently use as well as new features from those who built them. And make sure to stop by the Developer Theater for TED-style, demo-led talks on diverse application development topics.
It’s all free! Register for Knowledge18 and check the box for CreatorCon. The event is free with your Knowledge18 registration.
Already registered for Knowledge18 but not CreatorCon? That’s OK. Go to your K18 profile page, check the CreatorCon box, and pick up your exclusive swag just for CreatorCon attendees.
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