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January Meetup

The first chance in 2013 to catch up with everyone in the London Salesforce developer community. There'll be a few short talks, lots of socialising and plenty of pizza and drinks.

Schedule

6pm - Doors open - socialise over pizza and drinks (thanks to Make Positive)
7pm - Talks & discussions
8pm - Local bar or hang out in Make Positive

Talks:

Rob Cowel will be showing application development accross three-clouds (Heroku, forcedotcom, IrisCouch) using Play Framework, CouchDB and more.

John Stevenson will be talking about "Hack the Tower" hackathon, Salesforce workshops and other learning resources. As many developers are finding the forcedotcom, it would really be interested in hearing about your experiences, as well as tips from existing developers on how to get started.

In the News:

Lots of exciting things are happening in the Salesforce world, especially with the spring release of the forcedotcom platform just around the corner (end of January 2013).

The first third of the Salesforce & Heroku playbook has been released and there are other books on development around Heroku coming out this year.

Its never been a better time to get involved in developing with the cloud. Hope to see you there. If you are new, then let me know and I will be happy to introduce you around.

Thank you.

John Stevenson

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  • Francis P.

    Anyone who didn't make it, here's my quick write up of the evening: http://www.radnip.com/january-salesforce-developer-user-group/

    January 27, 2013

  • Rajesh D.

    Great to meet everyone last night. Hopefully next time we meet I'll have my 401 done. If anyone needs a spare pair of hands in the meantime let me know.

    January 24, 2013

    • Terry W.

      Hi Francis, Yes would definately be interested in whats required, study time etc.

      January 24, 2013

    • Rajesh D.

      Great idea Francis....I'll be up for that....

      January 24, 2013

  • Hela

    It was nice meeting you all and I look forward to future meetups.

    1 · January 24, 2013

  • David C.

    Good do, thanks John.

    1 · January 23, 2013

  • John S.

    If anyone wants to speak at the meetup in January, please let me know or leave a comment hear. It would be great to get a few people sharing things, it doesn't have to be a long talk (20 minutes max).

    January 14, 2013

    • John S.

      Great, thanks Rob.

      January 14, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      yes

      January 22, 2013

  • Ayo D.

    Im quite new to Salesforce . Although Im a certified Administrator. Aiming to being a developer in few months. I'll be so glad to hear from professionals in this field... I'll be there.

    January 18, 2013

  • Francis P.

    This time I'm going to make this one!! Come hell or high water or the mayan's deciding its the end of the world...

    2 · December 21, 2012

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