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
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The Security Workbook is a hands-on guide to the Salesforce platform’s least-privilege, user-centric security model. It explains the various policies, rules, and grouping mechanisms that control login and access controls.
Permission sets make salesforce.com admin’s lives easier by assigning permissions to users with more granularity than what a profile already provides. Using SOQL enables admins to view those permission assignments across their user’s profile and permission sets.
Thanks to the updated Developer Console and Schema Builder’s new ability to manipulate the data structure directly, I’ve been spending a lot more time in my browser to build out applications. There is one way Schema Builder currently behaves, h
I’ve been playing with using the Force.com Migration Tool with a TextMate bundle, ForceDotBundle for a bit now (and yes, a full blog post on that bundle is forthcoming). However, I had one concern with the approach. Every project I created neede
Profiles are the foundation of any Database.com or Force.com security policy implementation. With the Winter ’12 release, permission sets now complement profiles, letting you more efficiently implement and manage your organization’s security policy.
With the Winter Release ’12 of Database.com comes the general availability of a “Light” user license. What is a Database.com Light license? For those new to Database.com, perhaps this question is best answered in the broader context of Database.com s
How not to CSRF yourself on Force.com. Now with 20% more llamas.
Recently upgraded your Ruby version and had troubles with your self-signed certs, or looking for some simple instructions on creating valid self signed certificates for localhost development? Here are a few tips to get you up and running again.