The Force.com MVP Program recognizes outstanding contributors and technological leaders in the Force.com cloud platform ecosystems. These Force.com MVPs are being called out for willingly sharing their expertise with others, demonstrating stewardship of the community in which they play an integral part, advancing the community body of knowledge and strengthening the developer network. Please join me in congratulating Matt Lacey, Christopher Lewis, and Chris Peterson as our Winter ’14 Force.com MVPs. Continue reading
Today we’re excited to announce the new Salesforce Developers Discussion Forums. We can’t wait to hear what you think! Continue reading
There are some exciting changes coming to the Developer Discussion Boards this week, but first we’re going to need to ask your patience for a bit as we freeze our existing boards and ready migration to the new site. Beginning at 5pm PST on Wednesday, December 18th, we’ll freeze the discussion boards and no new posting will be possible. You’ll still be able to review the existing content as needed, but no user will be able to post new topics or respond to existing topics. During this freeze we encourage you to check out the Salesforce StackExchange or post on… Continue reading
It is time once again to nominate some amazing individuals from the Salesforce developer community to be recognized as Force.com MVPs! The Force.com MVP program is designed to recognize those developers in the community who set the standard for community leadership. You may belong to a developer group led by one, or always make sure to catch the latest blog post by another. Perhaps it’s someone who has lent a hand to you on the discussion boards or Stack Exchange. Now is your opportunity to recognize them for their contributions!
To make a nomination, just fill out the nomination… Continue reading
Meet the newest class of Force.com MVPs! Continue reading
Join us at Hack City, a sustainability hack taking place in San Francisco on September 20, 2013. Continue reading
Force.com MVP nominations for Summer ’13 are now open! Continue reading
The 2013 Mobile Developer Challenge wrapped up recently, and we had many great submissions to consider in the winner selection. Our judges included members of the Salesforce Developer Evangelism team and Mobile product team who huddled together in dark conference rooms reviewing app demos and code. When they emerged, these three were the winners:
Third Place – $1,000 Prize – Social Force - Ritika Mathur and Bhavna Gupta (Team Womenforce from Metacube)
SocialForce uses the Mobile SDK to integrate Salesforce CRM with Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. The app uses the Salesforce Mobile SDK to access Accounts, Contacts and Leads… Continue reading
WOW! We had an amazing response to our Call for Papers this year, with over 250 submissions from our developer community! Thank you to all who submitted; it’s wonderful seeing the excitement for sharing knowledge and code. We’ll be reviewing submissions over the next few weeks, and will notify all who submitted of their status no later than July 29.
If you haven’t yet made plans to join us in the Dev Zone at Dreamforce 2013, what are you waiting for? Mark your calendars for November 18-21, and start planning your trip!… Continue reading
Our Mobile Developer Challenge is in full swing, and we’ve had a great response! Along with those entries, we’ve also had several requests for just a …bit… more… time. Because mobile development is so important, we wanted to give the extra time to those of you needing it. We’ve extended the deadline for contest submissions until Monday, June 10th – a week more for you to wrap up your app and complete your submission. Continue reading