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March Salesforce Developer Group

You are in the cloud... now what? Many of your other systems may not be and still need to integrate, so how do you do this?

Come in March for an integration panel discussion and a few presentations of current, local solutions to interesting use cases to learn what others are doing!

PANELISTS are:

Jake Harris, Director of IT at Aisle7
Gary Foster, Developer at Con-way
Michael Frontera, Sales Consultant at Dell (Boomi)
Jeff HuthDirector of Data Architecture at GreatVines

Con-way in NW Portland (industrial area) is hosting. There is plenty of free on-street parking and it's remarkably easy to get to as they are right off I405!

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  • Larry L.

    We had a great turnout this month and the panel demos were excellent. Thank you to all that participated.

    March 19, 2013

  • Brandy C.

    Hey developers, I want to invite any and all of you that are interested in joining the CloudSpokes developer community. It is not in competition with this group, but a compliment. There are developer challenges, where you can win money, for all kinds of different cloud technologies, including Salesforce, Heroku, and Database.com. It's a great way to get a real life use case for something, then develop using technologies that may (or may not) be new to you. http://www.cloudspokes.com/signup/forcedotmom (full disclosure, we have a competition to see who can get 100 people to sign up first!)

    March 19, 2013

  • Brandy C.

    I really enjoyed coming. very informative. Not overly technical, but some really strong content. Great balance for this button click developer.

    March 19, 2013

  • Larry M.

    This was exactly what I was hoping it would be and more. Lots of great information and implementation ideas.

    March 19, 2013

  • Laurie A.

    Angela: I plan on attending, as per our conversation today. See you there.

    March 15, 2013

  • Brandy C.

    If my schedule permits, I will be there.

    March 7, 2013

  • Jody B.

    Have to miss this one, unfortunately. Hope to see you all next month!

    March 1, 2013

  • Peter G.

    I'm watching a Salesforce.com video on Certifications (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNC0HDz3hwY ), and they say that "80% of an app on Force.com can be build without writing a line of code." So is this group talking about mainly code, or could a "clicks not code" developer come and sit in?

    February 22, 2013

    • Larry L.

      The group has been very code, Apex and Visual Force, focused. Also included are new functionality and tools for the developer. There is certainly room to explore declarative functionality when it applies. All levels of developers, from aspiring to senior level, are welcome, though some of the content may go over your head for the moment. We recognize that the skill level varies in our group and do try to take that into account when we plan our meetings.

      February 26, 2013

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