Photo Gallery: Dreamforce and Bandit Tour 2018 Posted on October 10, 2018 Andrew Rogers, VP of nonprofit business development, and Jessica Langelaan, VP of nonprofit business solutions, take a breather on a San Francisco rooftop. There were 170,000 attendees at Dreamforce this year. It’s a full house for Michael Konon’s presentation on Quip as a tool to help facilitate transparency and collaboration. He’s an enterprise business analyst at Traction. #AwesomeAdmin is right! Amy Sherwood (left) and Jessica Demos, both business development managers, sit in a Traction-wrapped pedicab outside Swig Whiskey Bar, Traction’s annual DF headquarters. Jessica and Dave Rees, data architect, are introduced on stage before a breakout session on how they used Einstein Analytics to measure the impact of the Bandit Tour for Good. Our custom Adidas kicks not only matched our jackets but also kept us super comfy during those long days of DF18. The annual Bandit Tour has a group of Tractionites travel down the west coast from Vancouver to San Francisco in time for Dreamforce. The purpose is to meet up with nonprofits and provide pro bono support on the Salesforce platform. We don’t know what’s more badass: the ’78 Trans Am, which leads the Bandit Tour, or the granny who asked to sit in the driver’s seat! Brittany Neale, cloud technologist, shares her expertise with the International Living Future Institute in Seattle whose mission is to create a healthy future for everyone. Brittany, Kristen Ryan, data team lead, and Dave Grant, program manager, take a break in the mobile office (a converted ’73 Airstream trailer) with the good folks from the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council. On a “day off” from nonprofit support work, Hua Ping Tan, cloud technologist, removes rattlesnake grass (an invasive species) with Friends of the Dunes outside Eureka, California.