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Batch and Future and WebServices, Oh My!

Join Dugee Joe Armitage as he polishes up his presentation for Dreamforce 2013.  Joe has been programming since the dawn of multi-tenancy, otherwise known as the mainframe and minicomputer. He knows a thing or two about writing interfaces between large scale systems. In this practical demonstration he demonstrates how to communicate high rates of transactions between Salesforce organizations using the Batch, Async and Webservice APIs. He will highlight successful patterns for working with the Salesforce governor limits in each of these APIs.


Note: This is a new location for check directions before you leave work.  We are close to the previous location, but just a little further north (and on the southbound side).  See you THIS Wednesday!

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  • Moyez T.

    Excellent turnout. Joe, thank you for an informative session.

    June 30, 2013

  • Muhammad H.

    Very good and informative meeting. Got a chance to meet wonderful people. Looking forward to attend next meeting too.

    1 · June 27, 2013

  • Lisa Lewison D.

    Learning Salesforce Development is fun!

    2 · June 26, 2013

  • Lisa Lewison D.

    Great meeting spot.

    2 · June 26, 2013

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