Greetings! Please join us for our next FinancialForce DevTalks event on June 4th, 2014 at the FinancialForce.com HQ in San Francisco.
You must RSVP to be able to attend. See you there!
Andy Fawcett, CTO & Force.com MVP
Chris Peterson, Sr. PSA Developer & Force.com MVP
Jesse Altman, Software Engineer & Force.com MVP
Carolina Ruiz Medina, Principal Developer in Product Innovation & Force.com MVP
5:30pm – 6:00pm: Pizza, Beer, and Networking
6:00pm – 6:40pm: "Salesforce Flow, Clicks Not Code” by Andy Fawcett
6:40pm – 7:00pm: “Salesforce StackExchange: Developer Community” by Jesse Altman
7:00pm – 7:15pm: Break
7:15pm – 7:50pm: "Unveiling Update to FinancialForce Open Source" by Chris Peterson
7:50pm – 8:10pm: “Salesforce1 Point, Click, Enhance + Communities" by Carolina Ruiz Medina
8:10pm – 8:30pm: FinancialForce.com MVP Panel Q&A
"Salesforce Flow, Clicks Not Code” by Andy Fawcett
Salesforce Flow allows declarative programming of the platform with its rich set of UI and database elements. In this session you will learn how to connect and embed Flow into your organisation, through Custom Buttons, Tabs, Layouts, Visualforce and Workflow. This session will provide a demo of the new Spring’14 Pilot functionality to call Flow logic from standard Salesforce Workflow events.
“Salesforce StackExchange: Developer Community” by Jesse Altman
The Salesforce StackExchange, SFSE, is a community for the Salesforce developer and powered by the Salesforce developer. Using the StackOverflow model, developers come together to collaborate and contribute to each other's work, helping solve complex problems through the power of the community. This session will cover the history, culture, and contributions made to the Salesforce StackExchange community.
"Unveiling Update to FinancialForce Open Source" by Chris Peterson
We’re publishing some new updates to our open source github repositories with some internal tools that we’ve found invaluable. We’ll be focusing mostly on a tool for more easily building highly dynamic SOQL queries that have allowed us to much more rapidly expand the use of field sets in our applications.
"Salesforce1 Point, Click, Enhance + Communities" by Carolina Ruiz Medina
Salesforce1 allows you to create your mobile app quickly. Imagine combining it with communities! We’ll see how to build an app that allows users to interact with each other simply with point-click-enhance, resulting in a community of service providers, restaurants, hotels and more where anyone can advertise their businesses - while allowing other community members to contact each other.