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Heads up Denver & Boston developers – we want to meet you! We’ve got Developer Meetups in Denver and Boston this month; both covering an Intro to Force.com and an advanced look at building apps with Force.com Canvas and the Salesforce Mobile SDK. Join us in Denver on January 21st, and in Boston on January 28th. Continue reading
With the start of the New Year, the Salesforce Developer Relations team is headed to Las Vegas on Jan 5-7, as a proud sponsor of the AT&T developer summit (Palms Casino Resort).
I am really glad to have our technical gurus, Sandeep Bhanot (@cloudysan) and Quinton Wall (@quintonwall) join me on Jan 5 and 6 for the AT&T weekend hackathon and on Jan 7 for the conference.
There is going to be some cool prizes, including some serious cash at the hackathon and would encourage you to participate. Who knows, you could be one of the top winners.
Immediatly after the… Continue reading
The Force.com discussion boards are the place to find tips, tricks and solutions for your most pressing development questions. Here’s a few of the more interesting discussions that caught our eye from the last week! Continue reading
Starting next week, Reid Carlberg and I will be taking to the Brazilian streets for a three city tour kicking off in Sao Paulo. This marks a second international developer week this year, and there’s no indication of us slowing down anytime soon. Continue reading
I was rather glad to see a question come up on the the Salesforce StackExchange about how to load data from RSS into custom objects, as it was one of the few times that I could offer a complete solution without setting aside a couple hours to test out some new code (not that I mind doing that, any good excuse to write some Apex for a few hours…). As it happens, I was already doing this internally to help our team of crack evangelists track blog posts. Continue reading
Our Mobile SDK features a great bit of technology called SmartStore, which allows for secure offline storage of data. SmartStore’s core goal is fill the void for encrypted data with HTML5 development, but that doesn’t mean native code can’t access the same features. Via HTML5, SmartStore is connected with a Cordova plugin – so when coding in Objective-C we just need to refer to to same libraries directly. Continue reading
Cloudforce is arriving to Atlanta on November 1 at the Georgia World Congress Center and we have something in store for all developer in Atlanta. I encourage you to register today and take advantage of this free event that will cover the latest in technology from salesforce.com.
Start your day by attending the 10:00 a.m. Cloudforce Atlanta Keynote. Hear Vivek Kundra, EVP of Emerging Markets at salesforce.com and former CIO of the United States talk about the future of cloud computing .
After a lunch break, checkout the Expo area. Make sure to drop by the Salesforce Platform demo station