It was a packed house at the Business App Bootcamp yesterday. Hundreds of people joined us at the Terra Gallery to talk about how to turn their great idea into an app. Users and businesses are hungry for solutions that give them focus and are context aware out of the box. Developers who concentrate on expressing their domain expertise by creating great apps — and who skip over keeping-the-lights-on type development — will fare very well.
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If you’ve ever run into a challenge writing an app on the Force.com platform, chances are Scott Hemmeter, founder and CEO of Arrowpointe, has been there and knows how to solve it. Hemmeter is a frequent technical speaker, blogger, contributor on th
Since the Code Consultations at Dreamforce ’12 were jam packed, I have decided to make the Code Consultations part of the Developer Zone at Cloudforce NY on October 19. The consultation will provide you help architecting or coding your application
Simon Goodyear and the crew at Wicked Bit just made the bold move to split the company in half. Why? So they can take full advantage of the AppExchange Opportunity.
Post Dreamforce, what’s the best way to apply to apply your developer talents? There are as many answers to that question as there are developers. But I’m going to guess that very few people would answer that they want to spend their time writing the same code as every other developer.
Well, the 2011 holiday season is in the bag and everyone — including me — is wandering back toward reality, scratching our heads, and trying to answer one question: how do we kick 2012 off with a bang? First things first: please go get a cup of
With the success of Code Consultations, the Developer Relations team is bringing Code Consultations to Cloudforce ’11 NYC on November 30. The Code Consultations will provide you help in architecting or coding your application, as well as provide
There are many ways to participate in open source projects, and many do not require you to code. In fact, where we could use the most help, identifying and verifying bugs, is a non-code issue. So is adding ideas.
If you’ve been keeping up, you already know that Josh Birk and I were up at the Wisconsin User Group today talking about apps and showing some super cool code. Here’s a short list of the apps, Birk will be covering the code in a separate post. Let’s take a look at the top 10 apps over the last 30 days, new apps added over the last ~90 days, and some of the apps I demoed.
Chatter Labs launched 19 new apps on the AppExchange today.
Chatter Labs, part of the Force.com Labs program, unleashed the creativity of many different developers on several different teams. This has been a very quick process. We kicked it off on March 22 and wrapped up development last Friday.