Adam Bosworth has had a first row seat to most of the major technology shifts over the last 30 years and has been asking his trademark “dumb” questions along the way. The New York Times profiled Adam earlier this year. After Harvard, he developed the Quattro spreadsheet application at Borland and moved on to Microsoft where he designed the Access PC database. Landing at Google in 2004, Adam spearheaded the development of Google docs. Marc Benioff persuaded Adam to join Salesforce in 2013 where he has been busy at work building the technology behind IoT Cloud which was announced at Dreamforce last year. IoT Cloud allows users to listen to the world, connecting to any source, giving them the data to create 360 degree views of their customers to enable engagement of the right customer at the right time in the right way. The Thunder real-time event processing engine powers IoT Cloud.