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October Bay Area DUG


Please join us for the next Bay Area Salesforce Developer User Group meetup on Wednesday, October 30th at our 123 Mission St. location!  

Continuing our theme of leveraging third party solutions where custom code is usually required, this month I’m very excited to announce that a member of the Capriza team will be presenting on their disruptive new technology! Capriza provides a drag-and-drop interface for rapidly creating lightweight mobile apps for custom Salesforce workflows. You can get access to the Capriza Designer in advance by visiting (while in Firefox). 


Then we'll have a special pre-Dreamforce conversation with the Salesforce Developer Marketing team. You can look forward to a few sneak peaks of some awesome new platform features, and help the team shape this years Developer Keynote! 

6:00 – 6:30: Networking  

6:30 – 7:00: Kelly – Capriza 

7:00 – 8:00: Salesforce – Pre-Dreamforce talk

8:00 – 8:30: Networking

Hope to see you there! 


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  • Pat P.

    Yay - I'm in town tomorrow - I'll swing by after work...

    1 · October 29, 2013

    • Adam P.


      October 29, 2013

    • Praful

      Will try and make it, need to catch up with Pat!

      October 29, 2013

  • Don R.

    Regrets - must be up here in Seattle delivering DEV401, but will see y'all at DF! Looking forward to hearing about the pre-df talk.

    October 29, 2013

  • ken t.

    Listening to Adam's excellent Pluralsight series on Apex patterns I found a good example that illustrates how SKUID is more than an "interface designer". His first pattern is a wrapper object that links 2 salesforce objects (like an account and a contact) so you can loop over them and access values in both objects. In SKUID you would build a model in your page that included both objects (point and click) and then attach the model to an interface component (like a table) that would automatically loop over them.

    SKUID lets you link the objects in the view (browser), so you don't have to write the Apex code to link them on the back end.

    1 · October 11, 2013

  • Abhishek G.


    October 11, 2013

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