Have you built a cool app? Come up with a great solution to a vexing problem? Want to share some lessons you’ve learned? We want to help you share your story at CreatorCon next May in Las Vegas! Whether you’re an experienced developer or you’ve just started your journey, CreatorCon at Knowledge is one of ServiceNow’s 2023 event opportunities for developers of all skill levels to connect, learn and share with each other.
I finally got to experience my first Knowledge and CreatorCon as an employee. Thank you to Den Haag and Las Vegas for hosting all of us! If you missed Chuck’s recap of New York City and Sydney, check it out. I wanted to make sure Chuck and I posted our response to “What was your favorite part?” along with any good memories because such great events deserve some retrospective posterity so that we can look back and remember the great lessons the world has imparted to us.
First - thank you everyone who went to Knowledge 22 and CreatorCon - all locations and digitally! Double thanks if you presented at the conference. It was so amazing to see everyone in person (again.) I’m still catching up, sorting photos, and relishing the memories. My only regret is that I could not attend all four events. I was blessed with being able to go to New York and Sydney however, there were people in The Hague and Las Vegas that I would have loved to see again.
We hope everyone has been enjoying the Knowledge Digital Experience this year. The Hackathon winners were just announced via the video session on the knowledge experience platform. The corporate ServiceNow Blog also has a featured post outlining the winners! The Hackathon team and I had a fantastic weekend helping answer questions in zoom Guru help hours all through the 24 hours! When not helping directly, we were live streaming, and watching live streams.
HAPPY KNOWLEDGE 2021 Now that we’re halfway through Knowledge and CreatorCon 2021 lets look back on our favorite sessions from the first week and look forward to what’s happening next week. Last Week So what happened this past week? Know21Games and Social It was fun following the #Know21Games hashtag and seeing the people participating in our social contests this past week. I especially enjoyed some of the creativity I saw from people using the Knowledge 2021 Photobooth.
The CreatorCon 2021 Hackathon is this weekend! Go make sure you have registered and joined/created a team today. What is the CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon? CreatorCon Hackathon is a weekend-long event to rapidly prototype ideas using the Now Platform App Engine. You get to build apps and solutions on the latest release of the Now Platform with support from ServiceNow experts. The goal is for participants to take an idea, make a plan, and then turn bring it into reality.
This is a guest post from one of our Developer MVPs, Nia McCash It’s that time of year again! Knowledge and CreatorCon 2021 presents so many sessions to level-up your ServiceNow skills. If you’re a little overwhelmed with the plethora of choices, here is a highlight of sessions sure to be a hit - all by our Developer MVPs. Developer MVP Sessions at CreatorCon 2021 A fail-safe approach for implementing ITOM health [CCB1170-K21] By Ashutosh Munot & Dhruv Gupta
The Developer Program team is really excited about what we have in store for developers at CreatorCon 21 this year! Here’s everything that we think you as a builder or developer need to know about. Labs Starting on May 11th, we’ve got the ever-popular hands-on, on-demand, labs to guide you through all of our new and popular features. Everything from building your first application in minutes to simplifying integrations and authentication.
CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon Announcing the CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon Join the CreatorCon Hackathon virtually. Teams of all types will go head-to-head in a weekend-long quest for fun, prizes, and glory. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your skills and build apps that solve real business problems. What is the CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon? CreatorCon Hackathon is a weekend-long event to rapidly prototype ideas using the Now Platform App Engine.
Things are different 2020 has made many things different. A big part of the developer program’s focus every year is helping ensure high-quality content is available for developers at the Knowledge conference. We create our talks and workshops and review others in service to that effort. Since the digital experience was so different this year, we thought each of us would share a little bit about how it was unusual.