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Salesforce Developer Blogs: I Write Crappy Code

Salesforce Developer Blogs: I Write Crappy Code

Daniel Llewellyn

Daniel Llewellyn

I Write Crappy Code

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Author: Daniel Llewellyn

There are tons of programming blogs out there, but I started this one because

A) I needed a place to vent. Apex drives me crazy sometimes.
B) I haven’t seen many other blogs working with the same mix of technologies I work with.
C) I’d like to think maybe I can help some people who are doing the same stuff I am.

So there ya go. I am just going to be posting what I find, and what works for me. Take everything I write with a grain of salt. As rage-ful as I might seem in my posts, I really do enjoy my job, and I do like getting to work on so many fun projects, but some parts about it, will always be… challenging ;)

If you enjoy my work, or I’ve been helpful and you want to show your thanks, I keep an Amazon wishlist at http://amzn.com/w/3I0OHNN36MEC2 I’m always happy to get anything :) Or you can donate to me on Paypal

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Balkishan Kachawaa

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Balkishan Kachawaa

Balkishan Kachawaa

Balkishan Kachawaa

Balkishan Kachawaa

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Author: Balkishan Kachawaa

I"m  a Salesforce.com Certified Foce.com Developer with 4+ Years of Experience in IT Development, 3+ Years in SFDC Development. I am a regular user and contributor on Force.com Discussion Boards and I like to learn and try my hands on new things to gain knowledge.

 

Salesforce Developer & Legacy Blogs: Technology Share - TechShare (last updated 2014)

Salesforce Developer & Legacy Blogs: Technology Share - TechShare (last updated 2014)

Aslam Bari

Aslam Bari

Technology Share - TechShare

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Author: Aslam Bari

Salesforce Certified Senior Software Engineer

Specialties: Expertise In SFDC / Salesforce Solutions integration with adhoc web technologies including:-
1) Phonegap (Android / iOS)
2) Android App Development
3) Twilio Cloud Telephony
4) Google Apps API
5) Payment Gateways (Paypal, Authorize.Net)
6) Box.Net API / DropBox API
7) Backbone.js / Require.js
8) InfusionSoft
9) J2EE/.NET/PHP/Python/Ruby
10) jQuery UI / jQuery Mobile

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Developing Flow

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Developing Flow

Rich Englhard

Rich Englhard

Developing Flow

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Author: Rich Englhard

Technology has changed the way that we do business today. It has allowed companies to operate more efficiently, manage their business with precision, and connect with customers around the globe. I believe that the technology revolution is just beginning and we will continue to see technology change the way we do business, communicate, and live our lives.

Customers are more educated today than any other time in history. This means that businesses have to rethink how they market to customers, sell to customers, and continue to support their customers. I believe that because of this change, each company and person must continually improve in order to stay competitive.

I believe that the companies that embrace this change will use technology to get ahead and beat their competition. With consumer access to technology and information at an all time high, we must continually refine our craft to cut through the noise and educate customers on how technology can help them succeed in this global economy.

I believe it's time to let technology work for us so we can do better work. I believe that sales and marketing needs to step up their game to stay current. I believe that the best is yet to come.

"People don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it." - Simon Sinek, How great leaders inspire action, TedX

"If you communicate an idea in a way that resonates, change will happen, and you can change the world." - Nancy Duarte, The secret structure of great talks, TedX

I am a technology nut with a passion for business. I enjoy starting things and seeing things grow. I'm excited to change the world.

Salesforce Certified Administrator, Salesforce Certified Developer, Salesforce Certified Pardot Consultant

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Force365

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Force365

Mark Cane

Mark Cane

Force365

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Author: Mark Cane

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The Force365 blog is for cloud architects and developers interested in Salesforce™, the Force.com™ cloud platform and related mobile and social technology.

Blog authored by Mark Cane, Salesforce Certified Technical Architect, Certified Scrum Professional and former salesforce.com Principal Consultant. All views expressed are mine and mine alone. All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only.

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs (for Non-Profits): Calista Carter

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs (for Non-Profits): Calista Carter

Calista Carter

Calista Carter

Calista Carter

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Author: Calista Carter

Experienced project manager, consultant, advocate and technology enabler. I have 8+ years working on the Salesforce.com platform as a consultant to businesses and organizations looking to implement and utilize technology to engage constituents and customers and achieve organizational goals.

My experience includes all aspects of the CRM delivery cycle including scoping, planning, migration, configuration, training, documentation, report writing and user adoption.

I am a Certified Salesforce.com Administrator, Force.com Developer and SCRUM Master (CSM)

Salesforce MVP & Developer Blogs: Women Code Heroes

Salesforce MVP & Developer Blogs: Women Code Heroes

Kieren Jameson

Kieren Jameson

Women Code Heroes

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Author: Kieren Jameson

All women who learn coding are heroes! At least they are to me. The tech industry is extremely skewed towards men. Women make up 57% of the US workforce, but are drastically underrepresented in info tech. Stats vary, but we make up between 10-23% of programmers, and much smaller numbers for women of color.

These are some of the stats that show that for many reasons it can be difficult for women to break into the world of Coding. But there are some great ways to get started. That’s where we come in!

Salesforce MVP, Admin & Developer Blogs: Daniel Hoechst

Salesforce MVP, Admin & Developer Blogs: Daniel Hoechst

Daniel Hoechst

Vertical Coder

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Author: Daniel Hoechst

Daniel is an avid Salesforce user, administrator, and developer. He helps lead the Salt Lake City area Salesforce Developer Group. Daniel has been recognized for his contributions to the Salesforce community by being named a Salesforce MVP four times.Certified Force.com Developer, Certified Salesforce Advanced Administrator, Certified Sales Cloud Consultant.