We are software engineers that focus on developing custom software solutions for the Salesforce.com Platform. We started this podcast to share our conversations around software development, technology, and the Salesforce.com Platform. Our goal is to keep developers and non-developers informed with our own unique brand of casual, honest, and entertaining commentary.
Harmonize The Systems
In this episode, we celebrate 10 years of producing this podcast and discuss a rant about Agile and Okta's security breach.
06/11/2023 • 1 hour 10 minutes 29 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the seven sins of software development, Salesforce's Einstein Trust Layer, and test Jeremy's knowledge with a bit of AI trivia.
11/10/2023 • 1 hour 29 minutes 24 seconds
The Whole Megillah
In this episode, we discuss our reactions to Marc Benioff's Dreamforce '23 Main Keynote.
24/09/2023 • 1 hour 31 minutes 18 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the Good Day, Sir! Community meetup at Black Hammer, Dreamforce 2023 and Benioff's comment to move the conference out of San Francisco, DevOps and deployments, permissions, Salesforce Park's Sho Restaurant canceled, Lightning web component improvements, and McKinsey's partnership with Salesforce.
10/09/2023 • 1 hour 37 minutes 43 seconds
Satchels of Human Goo
In this episode, we discuss low-code tools, code semantics, product first vs. code first, branching strategy, Nvidia's sales growth, AI grifting, and some notable updates from the Winter '24 release notes.
27/08/2023 • 1 hour 40 minutes 33 seconds
In this episode, we discuss green coding, Hyperforce, recent lawsuits aimed at Salesforce, layoffs, quiet terminations, and funny videos by Ike Wagh.
07/08/2023 • 1 hour 4 minutes 12 seconds
In this episode, we get out of the office and record from our local watering hole, Thirsty Growler. We discuss AI and its general impact on developers, the repository pattern, SOQL Lib, SF CLI 2.0, Figma, Certinia, FFLib, Anchor Brewing, and many tangents thanks to the beer.
16/07/2023 • 2 hours 3 minutes 16 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Apple's announced Vision Pro, the annoyance of the GPT buzzword, Salesforce and Google Cloud AI offerings, Brett Taylor's play for CEO, and Salesforce as a job title.
09/06/2023 • 1 hour 9 minutes 12 seconds
In this episode, we discuss subscription services, ChatGPT, a somewhat uninteresting developer ecosystem survey by JetBrains, and other Salesforce-related topics.
31/03/2023 • 1 hour 8 minutes 21 seconds
In this episode, we discuss topics from TrailblazerDX '23, Salesforce's focus on profitability, and new core products for Education and Non-Profit.
17/03/2023 • 1 hour 24 minutes 9 seconds
Farm to Compiler
In this episode, we discuss Streamscript, platform events, EinsteinGPT, Bret Taylor's new venture, Http Trailers, Code Analyzer, and 37Signals move to a private cloud.
25/02/2023 • 1 hour 18 minutes 33 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the latest tech industry layoffs, release note highlights, github, flows, and predictions/hopes for 2023.
20/01/2023 • 1 hour 41 minutes 45 seconds
Reinventing All the Bugs
In this episode, we discuss some notable lightning component updates from the Spring'23 release notes, feedback on scratch org setup and environment setting tracking, and recent rumors/news related to Salesforce's recent changes in leadership and employee productivity woes.
22/12/2022 • 1 hour 4 minutes 57 seconds
Great Lakes of Scratch Orgs
In this episode, we discuss org-shapes and issues with sourcing metadata, Bret Taylor and other executives leaving Salesforce, working from home, and the future of development.
07/12/2022 • 1 hour 31 minutes 21 seconds
Inspection Driven Development
In this episode, we discuss code inspections, Cramer's apology, and the recent tech industry layoffs.
11/11/2022 • 1 hour 9 minutes 56 seconds
Pull Up Your Pants
In this episode, we bring back the bourbon and have some fun sloshing our way through a number of topics, from spirits to salesforce.
21/10/2022 • 1 hour 28 minutes 1 second
In this episode, we recap Dreamforce '22 from in-person and remote perspectives and discuss a few of the announced features.
30/09/2022 • 58 minutes 4 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Microsoft's continued support of Java, Oracle's cloud business growth, Salesforce co-producing a docuseries with CNBC, and quiet quiting.
09/09/2022 • 1 hour 9 minutes 56 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Datasonet, avoidable issues with a Dymo printer, Salesforce performance delays during preview releases, CSS container queries, Salesforce's Kinetics design system, and vendor lock-in.
02/09/2022 • 1 hour 20 minutes 12 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Dreamforce '22, OAuth flows, DataSonnet, pub/sub, LWC development, Oracle losing to Salesforce, Illuminated Cloud, and Salesforce's leaked org chart.
19/08/2022 • 1 hour 43 minutes 49 seconds
Too Old to Grind
In this episode, we discuss the downside of soft deletion, Dreamforce registration, minimum-viable-products (MVPs), and other topics.
29/07/2022 • 1 hour 14 minutes 32 seconds
Managing the Decline
In this episode, we discuss the StackOverflow 2022 Developer survey, DevOps, things you learn as a developer, and the usage of the DRY principle.
08/07/2022 • 1 hour 22 minutes 1 second
Knobs & Switches
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's pilot of NFT Cloud, greenwashing, software complexity, and transparency concerning company non-competes and job salaries.
10/06/2022 • 1 hour 13 minutes 50 seconds
Angle Brackets All the Way Down
In this episode, we get a surprise visit from Stephan Chandler-Garcia, a Developer Advocate at Salesforce, to chat about various Salesforce developer topics and events. Special Guest: Stephan Chandler-Garcia.
26/05/2022 • 1 hour 29 minutes 30 seconds
In this episode, we discuss marketing cloud branding changes, Salesforce's acquisition of Phennecs, Heroku, and highlights from the TrailblazerDX conference keynotes.
29/04/2022 • 1 hour 30 minutes 37 seconds
In this episode, we discuss desk ergonomics, experience building a complex web component, managing system limits at runtime, Microsoft's Power Platform, Thoughtworks Technology Radar, voice-driven coding, companies encouraging employees to return to the office, and Salesforce's global partnership with Formula 1.
08/04/2022 • 1 hour 11 minutes 19 seconds
I Don't like Your Title
In this episode, we discuss the 3 elements of Agile, Amazon's metaverse-like game to train people on AWS, Platform events publish callbacks pilot, Salesforce's wellness retreat, claymorphism and design trends, certification stacking, and is it ok to admit when a solution is to complex for you to delivery.
18/03/2022 • 1 hour 39 minutes 26 seconds
A Listening Session
In this episode, we discuss learning fatigue, multi-factor authentication (MFA) fatigue, Slack's recent outage, NFTs, and initial impressions of using Lightning Web Runtime (LWR) to create an Experience Site.
25/02/2022 • 1 hour 29 minutes 13 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the challenges of working with a large platform, #teamearth, Salesforce NFT, and other tech related topics.
11/02/2022 • 1 hour 9 minutes 19 seconds
Need to Know Basis
In this episode, we discuss AWS Amplify, JetBrains Fleet, Oracle's acquisition of Cerner, review our 2021 predictions, and make new predictions for 2022.
23/12/2021 • 1 hour 21 minutes 27 seconds
In this episode, Salesforce retiring Audience Studio DMP, Brett Taylor's interview on CNBC's Closing Bell, Slack vs. forums for developer community support, and enabling Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)
17/11/2021 • 1 hour 36 minutes 54 seconds
05/11/2021 • 1 hour 14 minutes 49 seconds
Too Many Commits
In this episode, we discuss our Dreamforce reactions, rumors about a CEO transition, being able to read code with an open mind, proposed changes to Chrome's developer tools message filtering, and tips for git commits.
15/10/2021 • 1 hour 29 minutes 47 seconds
Forced into a Tangent
In this episode, we follow up on using npm install with SFDX projects and discuss selector and repository patterns, the role of architects, and stresses associated with software development.
17/09/2021 • 1 hour 19 minutes 52 seconds
In this episode, we discuss coding conventions and style, premature optimizations, CSV, Salesforce+, and 1Password.
10/09/2021 • 1 hour 22 minutes 50 seconds
Still Pissed Off at the Web
In this episode, we discuss managing state in LWC components, submitting to maven central, camel pdf generator, as a 90s programmer what we thought the future of programming would be, Windows 11, Github Copilot, and the states of UI development.
21/07/2021 • 1 hour 28 minutes 14 seconds
People Ruin Things
In this episode, we discuss smart toilets, StackOverflow's acquisition, Benioff's interview about Slack, and Apple WWDC.
18/06/2021 • 1 hour 16 minutes 38 seconds
The Danger with Hot Fixes
Hey Code Coverage, we noticed you are still below 75. We can't deploy you to Production ;)
21/05/2021 • 1 hour 33 minutes 20 seconds
In this episode, we discuss notable highlights from the Summer '21 Release Notes, enterprise licensing, Heroku, the possibility of Dreamforce being in-person, and a brief discussion on web app architecture.
06/05/2021 • 1 hour 24 minutes 16 seconds
RFC for Your CSV
In this episode, we discuss Google's certificate program, object destructuring, IntelliJ Updates, Apple TV, Salesforce's policies on vaccination and working from home, Cloud 3.0, and other community topics.
14/04/2021 • 1 hour 34 minutes 46 seconds
Sir, Good Day!
In this episode, we discuss pizza methods, packaging anti-patterns, Adam Selipsky, SFDX-git-delta (a.k.a. SGD), thoughts on appropriate levels of abstraction, the pros and cons of outsourcing, and experiences building business rule engines.
25/03/2021 • 1 hour 28 minutes 1 second
Come For the Flow, Stay For the Code
In this episode, we discuss secret keys on GitHub, rumors of a new Salesforce CEO, Quokka, RedMonk's Top 20 languages, MOVA, Microsoft Exchange, and Open Sourcing the Salesforce CLI.
10/03/2021 • 1 hour 6 minutes 29 seconds
In this episode, we discuss full stack fatigue, unit testing and testing environments, and beer - cause it's been one of this weeks.
25/02/2021 • 1 hour 2 minutes 58 seconds
Brew and Stay Fit
In this episode, we discuss beer, cycling, a follow-up on our Flow discussion, Jeff Bezo's leaving Amazon, IBM reducing its blockchain team, Apple's earnings call, scratchpad, and other topics from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
03/02/2021 • 1 hour 15 minutes 4 seconds
Close Your Loop, Dummy
In this episode, we discuss vaccine cloud, GPT-3 sql generation, glassmorphism, Salesforce's developer survey, and Spring '21 release notes.
27/01/2021 • 1 hour 12 minutes 56 seconds
You Can't Leave the Ohana
In this episode, we discuss Wade Wegner's farewell to Salesforce, Sarah Franklin's promotion to CMO, recent acquisitions by Komodo and IBM, and a Zoom etiquette rant from Jeremy.
14/01/2021 • 1 hour 8 minutes 5 seconds
Trying Not to Die
In this episode, we review our 2019 predictions for 2020 and make new predictions for 2021.
31/12/2020 • 1 hour 14 minutes 33 seconds
Digital Media Overload
In this episode, we are joined by Stephan Chandler-Garcia to discuss the latest developer-centric announcements from the DreamTX event. Special Guest: Stephan Chandler-Garcia.
19/12/2020 • 1 hour 32 minutes 16 seconds
Cringing at Every Syllable
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's acquisition of Slack.
09/12/2020 • 1 hour 41 minutes 9 seconds
Grown Ass Man
In this relatively brief episode, we discuss the performance of the new Apple M1 Macbooks, Larry Ellison's comments on new marketing tools, and an update on Jeremy's homebrew setup.
18/11/2020 • 57 minutes 49 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Microsoft's partnership with Adobe and C3, GitHub source code leak, a new CEO tax in San Francisco, and the unintended consequences of certifications and the H1B system.
06/11/2020 • 1 hour 27 minutes 8 seconds
A Medium to Flavor
In this episode, we listen to and share our thoughts on several topics from clips sourced from various technology related podcasts.
22/10/2020 • 1 hour 42 minutes 45 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Tableau CRM, Otka, Work.com, reliance on automation, architecture and solution design, and the community thread on what you would do to not mess up a new Salesforce Org.
07/10/2020 • 1 hour 11 minutes 40 seconds
You Can’t Lick Your Way to Namespaces
Note, this is not one of our traditional shows. It is our first remote recording since the pandemic from our favorite bar, and things get candid. We barely talk Salesforce. John curses while Jeremy tries to keep the show on track. It might even be our last show...who knows. Listen at your own discretion.
24/09/2020 • 1 hour 11 minutes 56 seconds
Fear of Missing Emails
In this episode, we are joined by members of the Good Day, Sir! community to discuss our highlights from the Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes.
09/09/2020 • 1 hour 34 minutes 57 seconds
Learn the Curly Brackets
In this special Good Day, Sir! Community episode, we discuss a Digital Dreamforce and related conferences, Salesforce automation, packaging, and other news related topics.
19/08/2020 • 1 hour 41 minutes 55 seconds
In this episode, we discuss aura method security and how to scan for missing permissions, real-time event monitoring, OpenAI GPT-3, and low code/pro code.
06/08/2020 • 1 hour 42 minutes 50 seconds
Living in a Fantasy World
In this episode, we are joined by Jodie Miners to discuss various topics including recent Salesforce platform announcements and releases, working with developer tools such as visual studio code and scratch orgs, and various resources that Jodie publishes to share with the community. Special Guest: Jodie Miners.
23/07/2020 • 1 hour 46 minutes 21 seconds
Stricken from the Internet
In this episode, we are joined by Chuck Liddell, to discuss various topics, including features highlighted at the TrailheadDX virtual conference such as transactional finalizers and serverless functions. Special Guest: Chuck Liddell.
12/07/2020 • 2 hours 2 minutes 24 seconds
In this episode, we are joined by Scott Wells, creator of the Illuminated Cloud IDE, to share our thoughts, opinions, and reactions to announcements and features highlighted at the TrailheadDX virtual conference. Special Guest: Scott Wells.
27/06/2020 • 1 hour 49 minutes 54 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Apple's move to ARM chips, Snowflake, and the complexity of trying to automate change tracking and deployment for project-based work on Salesforce.com
11/06/2020 • 1 hour 51 seconds
Failure Surface Area
In this episode, wireless networking, low code, prioritizing releases, Facebook's new shopping feature, Salesforce open sourcing it's CLI, and a poorly written article that attempts to correlate Salesforce's growth with its backend architecture.
27/05/2020 • 1 hour 22 minutes 21 seconds
A Low Code Show
In this episode, we discuss the low code event, companies extending working from home, a growing trend of people escaping silicon valley, and our experience with learning from programming books.
15/05/2020 • 1 hour 43 minutes 1 second
In this episode, we discuss Dreamforce going virtual, Zoom's partnership with Oracle, badges, and whether you could replace Apex with Evergreen.
01/05/2020 • 1 hour 6 minutes 43 seconds
Automation Surface Area
In this episode, we follow up on the topic of inlining functions, a rant on trigger development, new licensing terms for GitHub teams, IntelliJ updates, and Zoom.
17/04/2020 • 1 hour 21 minutes 41 seconds
Hone the Craft
In this episode, we discuss wireless routers, approaches to onboarding developers, inline coding vs. functions, a perspective on Benioff's recent bonus, extended membership for the Salesforce CMO club, using docker to host a torrent client, and a networking quiz that one host fails miserably.
09/04/2020 • 1 hour 8 minutes 39 seconds
Massage, Pull, and Push
In this episode, we discuss the possible effects and outcomes from the virus to the industry, first-time fatherhood and work, and held a quick round of trivia.
02/04/2020 • 1 hour 8 minutes 33 seconds
In this episode, we discuss working from home, long-winded namespaces, recent news, and looking for different ways to engage with the community.
24/03/2020 • 49 minutes 5 seconds
In this episode, we discuss working remote, event cancellations, billing time for research, neumorphism, and social media.
11/03/2020 • 1 hour 8 minutes 59 seconds
This Show Sucks
In this episode, we discuss Trailhead chat, ServiceMax, Coronavirus travel concerns and conference cancellations, The CMO Club acquisition, and ODQA.
05/03/2020 • 1 hour 7 minutes 35 seconds
Sprinkling in Little Nuggets
In this episode, we discuss Keith Block's departure from Salesforce, Coronavirus concerns, ClearView's facial recognition data leak, Einstein NER, Salesforce's acquisition of Vlocity, and attempting to set up communities for authenticated access only.
28/02/2020 • 57 minutes 45 seconds
The Least Wrong Thing
In this episode, we discuss some bad ways to write interfaces, Salesforce CLI release notes, keyboard shortcuts for lightning, Amazon blocking Microsoft's Pentagon contract, Google Cloud's enterprise strategy, and whether an analytics platform is a data warehouse.
20/02/2020 • 1 hour 4 minutes 29 seconds
Containers of Containers
In this episode, we discuss multitenant architectures, Spring '20 issues, Flow performance, Adobe's market cap, and IBM's choice to use Slack over MS Teams.
12/02/2020 • 1 hour 23 minutes 37 seconds
Share the Cookie
In this episode, we discuss Salesforces' acquisition of Evergage, rumored CSG layoffs, employees expensing Benioff's latest book, Microsoft cloud security, and the retirement of the Data Recovery Service.
05/02/2020 • 1 hour 3 minutes 14 seconds
The DMV of Salesforce
22/01/2020 • 57 minutes 52 seconds
In this episode, we review our 2019 prediction and discuss our predictions for 2020
08/01/2020 • 1 hour 37 minutes 7 seconds
Check Your Limit
In this episode, we discuss, Salesforce CRUD security, a few release note highlights, Oracle moving their OpenWorld conference to Las Vegas, and what impact an SAP and Salesforce acquisition or merger would have.
18/12/2019 • 1 hour 16 minutes 22 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's Q3 results, Cactus Force, risks of the AppExchange, and integration testing mocks.
06/12/2019 • 1 hour 16 minutes 55 seconds
I Stole Chuck's Cookie
In this episode, we discuss a few notable announcements from Dreamforce '19 and we hear from members of the community about what they enjoyed about the conference.
26/11/2019 • 1 hour 25 minutes 14 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.Org, Salesforce's new CMS, Project Nightingale, and Apple's new Macbook Pro 16-inch.
13/11/2019 • 49 minutes 43 seconds
In this episode, we discuss unit testing private methods, clean code, Apple's commitment to solving the housing crisis, Azure Arc, new git commands, Adam Blitzer named CEO of Marketing Cloud, tech regulations, and a few questions from the Salesforce subreddit.
06/11/2019 • 1 hour 21 minutes 50 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Trailhead Live, unlocked packages, Microsoft's win of the Pentagon's cloud bid, Facebook, and Tableau.
30/10/2019 • 1 hour 12 minutes 28 seconds
In this episode, we discuss searching for a tool to gauge code quality, trailhead, social media, thoughts on Benioff's recent interviews, and WeWork.
23/10/2019 • 44 minutes 37 seconds
Between Two Palm Trees
In this episode, we discuss our new recording setup, WeWork, Benioff in the news, Oracle, Salesforce switching to the Go language, and lightning web components.
16/10/2019 • 57 minutes 49 seconds
My Own MyTrailhead in My Org
In this episode, we discuss upgrading operating systems, tiny airplane seats, Trailhead, Docker in trouble, and community feedback on our 2GP discussion.
03/10/2019 • 1 hour 13 minutes 35 seconds
Defrag the Hard Drives
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce IDE tools and the developer console, CTRL - A Conditional Transformer Language Model, Apple's U1 chip, 2nd generation packaging, Salesforce's Manufacturing and Consumer Goods verticals, and issues with Platform Events.
25/09/2019 • 1 hour 35 minutes 51 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's new ad campaign, WeWork IPO, Uber continuing to invest in their Uber Freight division, Larry Ellison lawsuit over NetSuite acquisition, JetBrains developer survey, and the recent Apple Event announcements.
11/09/2019 • 57 minutes 2 seconds
Old Day Code
In this episode, we discuss some of our highlights from the Winter '20 Release Notes including Visual Studio Code remote development support, access to the Recycle Bin in Lightning, Lightning Web Components available as open-source, field-level security, metadata dependency tools, Bulk Query 2.0, 2nd Generation Packaging, and ISV Hammer.
05/09/2019 • 1 hour 25 seconds
Stuffing JSON Everywhere
In this episode, we discuss options for automating data extracts from Salesforce to a CSV file, the usage of JSON for configuration data, and part 2/2 of Jeremy's conversation with Shane McLaughlin.
28/08/2019 • 1 hour 38 minutes 34 seconds
Spamming the Debug Log
In this episode, we discuss various things learned as an ISV, the usefulness of IDEs and browser debug tools, jest, Salesforce's acquisition of ClickSoftware, shareholder value, public/private/hybrid clouds, Salesforce's decision to tone down its Hawaiian culture theming, and part 1 of 2 segments of Jeremy's conversation with Shane McLaughlin.
23/08/2019 • 2 hours 16 minutes 11 seconds
Touch It with Different Permissions
In this episode, we discuss Don Robin's and Chuck Liddell's LWC course on PluralSight, Dreamforce 2019 Registration, Illuminated Cloud's debug analyzer, Guidewire hiring Michael Rosenbaum away from Salesforce, documenting and designing solutions for developers, and naming conventions.
07/08/2019 • 1 hour 13 minutes 55 seconds
Don’t Mess with Momma’s Sleep
In this episode, we discuss how Slack re-wrote their desktop app from scratch, backlog vs. ready and their usage, dev tips, Salesforce's new quadrant on Gartner, Salesforce's partnership with Alibaba, Mavensmate, and sdkman.io.
31/07/2019 • 1 hour 35 minutes 21 seconds
Inspect Your Inspector
In this episode, we discuss Microsoft Teams, SFDX Falcon, triggers and limits with installed apps, and domain-driven design.
18/07/2019 • 1 hour 19 minutes 12 seconds
In this episode, we discuss alternatives to spinners, GraphQL, Tableau, Boeing outsourcing development, and centers of excellence.
03/07/2019 • 1 hour 29 minutes 16 seconds
Puns and Jokes
In this episode, we discuss what was learned from scanning 10.2 billion lines of Apex code, Tableau, the top 10 highest-paid CEO's, Hacker News asks what Salesforce is, and Salesforce Certifications and Trailhead fraud.
26/06/2019 • 1 hour 9 minutes 31 seconds
In this episode, we record from a local watering hole, Thirsty Growler, and discuss the overuse of lightning spinners, big-objects, tableau, and good devs vs. good Salesforce devs.
25/06/2019 • 1 hour 10 minutes 27 seconds
Clicks Good, Code Bad
In this episode, we discuss, Salesforce's acquisition of Tableau, hiring based on coding puzzles, our ideal technologies, and freelancing.
12/06/2019 • 1 hour 24 minutes 8 seconds
Read Only Peppers
In this episode, we discuss Apple announcements, Github Sponsors, permageddon, TralheadDX, and the Extracurricular.
06/06/2019 • 1 hour 21 minutes 50 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's upcoming earnings, Ivanka Trump to talk job training with Salesforce brass, Einstein Analytics features from the Summer '19 release notes, and the sessions that will be available at The Extracurricular, a community event hosted inside of TrailheaDX.
16/05/2019 • 1 hour 20 minutes 24 seconds
In this episode, we record remotely from a local spot, Cork and Growler, and discuss test setup methods, siloed project roles, and a bunch of other random stuff.
11/05/2019 • 1 hour 33 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the usage of agile buzzwords while not doing agile, change data capture, Accenture being sued by Hertz, and Benioff's donation to study and address homelessness.
01/05/2019 • 1 hour 16 minutes 15 seconds
On My Last Ramen
In this episode, we discuss communication skills and resumes, skyscrapers, and the Summer '19 release notes.
24/04/2019 • 1 hour 2 minutes 48 seconds
Stupid Amounts of Money
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's acquisition of Salesforce.org and MapAnything, working with SFDX, and user stories.
19/04/2019 • 1 hour 20 minutes 21 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the San Francisco Giants Calendar, Git Flow, IntelliJ, Illuminated Cloud, and managing your release environments.
10/04/2019 • 45 minutes 12 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Mark Zuckerberg's comments on regulation, Apple's recent announcements of Apple TV+, issues with multiple logins and community sites, succeeding and failing with agile, pay equality, and Jeremy becoming a Salesforce MVP.
03/04/2019 • 1 hour 53 minutes 21 seconds
Big Red Stuff
In this episode, we discuss more about beer than we should have, web hooks, Salesforce embedding Quip, callout errors, the need for a better way to manage deployments, a call for speakers for The Extracurricular, and Chuck Liddel's and Don Robbin's tutorial on Lightning Web Components.
28/03/2019 • 1 hour 41 minutes 4 seconds
In this episode, we discuss sleep apnea, tips and resources for developers getting started, sqlite, gacks, and issues with email relaying.
What Is A Gack?
Idea: Provide a public reference of GACK general stack trace identifiers
14/03/2019 • 1 hour 12 minutes 33 seconds
Don't Break the Build
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's Fiscal 2020 projections, version control repositories, MyTrailhead, hard-coded Ids in process builder flows, and a little beer and wine talk.
Table-Driven Trigger Management (TDTM) Overview
Deploy a Custom Apex Class in the TDTM Framework for HEDA
Salesforce releases myTrailhead, a customizable training platform
Google Pay Study Finds It Underpaid Men For Some Jobs
Ensuring we pay fairly and equitably<
07/03/2019 • 1 hour 20 minutes 46 seconds
All Purpose Nerd
In this episode, we discuss getting enough sleep and staying active, building a community on platform vs. custom, lightning development, experienced gained developing on Salesforce, and Aura archiving March 2019.
Trailblazer Moment: Welcome to Trailblazer Tavern - Salesforce Live
Salesforce has archived the Aura open-source UI framework
Student group protests Salesforce chief scientist – The Stanford Daily
28/02/2019 • 1 hour 45 minutes 3 seconds
Toast Is Good
In this episode, we discuss beer (what else), apex transactions and context, my code, and unit testing.
Apex Transactions and Governor Limits
DAS Keyboard Pro 4
Salesforce Delivers New Health Cloud Innovations to Personalize Patient Experiences to Improve Outcomes
14/02/2019 • 1 hour 21 minutes 18 seconds
A Safe Place
In this episode, we discuss the popularity of PHP, Salesforce towner tours, Spotify, Microsoft 365, Satya Nadella's achievements, Action buttons, Four Roses Bourbon, and IDE's.
Allow Custom Actions to display as Buttons on Cases (Feed-Based Layout) - Ideas - Salesforce Trailblazer Community
Visual Studio Live Share | Visual Studio - Visual Studio
Spotify wants to build a podcast empire, starts by buying Gimlet and Anchor
07/02/2019 • 1 hour 22 minutes 48 seconds
Billionaires Making It Up
In this episode, we discuss queueables and integrations, startup hustle culture, Apple's financials, HackerRank 2019 Developer Survey, Microsoft's financials, and compile woes.
Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work? - The New York Times
Salesforce’s Marc Benioff and WEF Leader Klaus Schwab Discuss Saving the Planet and the Trust Crisis in Davos - Salesforce.com
2019 Developer Skills Report
31/01/2019 • 1 hour 1 minute 39 seconds
In this episode, we record at a local watering hole to discuss working with Field Service Lightning, the difficulty of naming things, the ability to reduce user licenses in Essentials edition, and Salesforce open sourcing AI technology behind Einstein.
Salesforce’s Marc Benioff blames Silicon Valley for San Fran inequality
Davos billionaires are ‘scared’ of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tax proposal
Why Salesforce is open sourcing the AI technology behind Einstein - Computerworld
27/01/2019 • 1 hour 13 seconds
Get Good with git
In this episode, we discuss the complexity of buying a tv, the rebuild Salesforce SDK, ClickSoftware, getting lightning ready, working with the new Cloud Flow Designer, and deployments.
After Show Title: I'm Flexible
Rebuilt Salesforce SDK now available to third-party iOS developers - 9to5Mac
Salesforce in talks to buy ClickSoftware for $1.5 billion: report | Reuters
Be Lightning Ready by the Winter ’20 Release! - Salesforce Admins
All-New 2019 Blazer Sporty Mid Size SUV Crossover
17/01/2019 • 1 hour 12 minutes 26 seconds
My Annual Shower
In this episode, we discuss lightning development, dev console, TIOBE Index, review our 2018 predictions, and give our 2019 predictions.
Salesforce’s CEO Went on Vacation, Had an Epiphany
TIOBE Index | TIOBE - The Software Quality Company
10/01/2019 • 1 hour 44 minutes 16 seconds
A Sentimental Piece
In this episode, we celebrate our 200th episode and talk about the origin of the podcast, answer questions from the community, lightning web components, and the role acidity plays in food and drink.
Introducing Lightning Web Components | Developer Force Blog
20/12/2018 • 1 hour 8 minutes 20 seconds
Yo Dawg I Heard You Like Metadata Platforms
In this episode, we discuss facial recognition and privacy concerns, Salesforce hires Paula Goldman as VP, Chief Ethical and Humane Use Officer, changes to field history tracking enforcement, and expriences with configuring SSO and JIT (just-in-time) provisioning.
Facial recognition: It’s time for action
Paula Goldman Joins Salesforce as VP, Chief Ethical and Humane Use Officer
Unable to create External User for Communities
13/12/2018 • 1 hour 25 minutes
RAML Lama Ding Dong
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce NA33 outage, Microsoft building a chromium based browser, AWS, Microsoft and Docker, process over automation, digital transformation, 5G, and Flutter.
Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10
Microsoft and Docker team up to make packaging and running cloud-native applications easier – TechCrunch
Salesforce wants to deliver more automated field service using IoT data – TechCrunch
05/12/2018 • 1 hour 28 minutes 34 seconds
Single Page GACK
In this episode, we discuss roles on a Salesforce implementation project, Salesforce.com's Q3 2018 quarterly results, and error handling with the Lightning Components.
How I changed the law with a GitHub pull request | Ars Technica
Error Handling Best Practices for Lightning and Apex | Developer Force Blog
Google’s controversial Dragonfly project sparks employee backlash | Fox News
The hypocrisy surrounding Apple never ends – BGR
28/11/2018 • 1 hour 33 minutes 46 seconds
Simplifying Release Management For Salesforce Admins
21/11/2018 • 1 hour 6 minutes 18 seconds
In this episode, we discuss ISV development, certfications, code coverage and quality code, Amazon moving away from Oracle, Zendesk Sunshine, and AI replacing people.
Getting to Know Vue.js: Learn to Build Single Page Applications in Vue from Scratch
Now Available: Getting to Know Vue.js - WIPDeveloper.com
Caffè corretto - Wikipedia
Choose Technology Suppliers Carefully – Perspectives
'A.I. is not gonna replace people,' says Salesforce executive
14/11/2018 • 1 hour 40 minutes 5 seconds
In this episode, we pilot our first live broadcast and discuss process builder, flows, and workflows and developer experience.
Get Ready for the New Flow Builder - Salesforce Admins
Daniel Ballinger - Debug Logs Tweet
Workflows for the New Developer Experience - The New Stack
San Francisco Proposition C homeless tax passes
07/11/2018 • 1 hour 9 minutes 7 seconds
Pinging the OAuth
In this episode we discuss, Jeremy's latest brews, the latest Apple Event announcements, Amazon's outage, and wishing everyone a happy and safe Halloween.
Artificial Intelligence + Machine Learning: Stop Pretending - YouTube
HubSpot Acquires Kemvi to Bring Machine Learning to Sales and Marketing
A huge Amazon warehouse Prime Day outage may have been caused by moving off Oracle's databases
31/10/2018 • 1 hour 21 minutes 2 seconds
My Handlers Are Big
In this episode, we discuss open-force, action plans, Microsoft's Q4 earnings, Open Data and Customer 360, and Java licensing.
open-force · GitHub
Lightning Components Sample App: Belgian Beer Explorer | Developer Force Blog
How to use Typescript with the Lightning Component Framework
FY18 Q4 - Press Releases - Investor Relations - Microsoft
Is the Open Data Initiative as Good as it Sounds? MTA looks at this data alliance
24/10/2018 • 1 hour 15 minutes 29 seconds
Happy birthday dear Astro…and the real story behind all the Salesforce characters!
03/10/2018 • 1 hour 10 minutes 30 seconds
A Minute for Time
In this episode, we discuss protests and guerrilla campaigns at Dreamforce, the shutdown of the Salesforce Transit Center, Salesforce Customer 360, Anonymous Classes, Salesforce on Siri, Amazon services and Salesforce, and Benioff's interview with Cramer.
Salesforce dogged by protests, leaked emails, and guerrilla blimps on first day of Dreamforce • The Register
Salesforce plans to make it easier for customers to share data across its consumer products with Salesforce Customer 360 – GeekWire
Amazon Extends Tie up With Salesforce, Gains Competitive Edge - September 26, 2018 - Zacks.com
26/09/2018 • 1 hour 20 minutes 28 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the Marc Benioff's purchase of Time Magazine, Einstein Voice, Quip Slides, Survey Monkey, Docker Desktop, and being stuck in trigger hell.
Salesforce intros Einstein Voice, an AI voice assistant for enterprises | ZDNet
Salesforce’s Quip adds Slides, a collaborative spin on that deck no one is reading | ZDNet
Get to Know Docker Desktop - Docker Blog
SurveyMonkey IPO: With Salesforce Buying, Share Price Could Increase - SurveyMonkey (Pending:SVMK) | Seeking Alpha
19/09/2018 • 1 hour 5 minutes 23 seconds
In this episode we discuss, Salesforce.com's Q2 results, companies offering promotions without raises, and the latest Winter '19 release notes.
More companies are offering promotions, but without the pay bump
Salesforce Winter '19 Release Notes
Salesforce Announces Record Second Quarter Fiscal 2019 Results
29/08/2018 • 1 hour 15 minutes 50 seconds
A World of Notches
In this episode we discuss, Apple's rumored iPhone lineup, Twitter API's impacting 3rd party clients, scratch orgs, Salesforce's continued pressure over Border Patrol contracts, and enterprise integration solutions.
2018 iPhones: Everything We Know | MacRumors
Salesforce faces new pressure over Border Patrol contract
Whats Your Experience With Scratch Orgs? : salesforce
22/08/2018 • 1 hour 16 minutes 24 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce auto-transitioning orgs to LEX, thoughts on how our careers changed over the years, and working with packages.
Lunch N’ Learn Archives - WIPDeveloper.com
Auto Transition FAQ
Delay Your Auto Transition
Working with Modular Development and Unlocked Packages: Part 1 | Developer Force Blog
Unlocked Packages and Second-Generation Managed Packages
15/08/2018 • 1 hour 49 minutes 40 seconds
Abstractions Crashing Down
In this episode, we discuss, Keith Block's promotion to Co-CEO, Docker test containers, debate validation logic in before or after triggers, and Marketing Cloud's API error.
Salesforce: Keith Block Named Co-CEO, Sharing Job With Marc Benioff | Fortune
Salesforce Security Alert: API Error Exposed Marketing Data
Where to place Validation code in an Apex Trigger? | Andy in the Cloud
Introduction · Testcontainers
Dart 2 marks the rebirth of the programming language powering Flutter
08/08/2018 • 1 hour 33 minutes 4 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Dreamforce, the misuse of kanban, issues discovered casting a Datetime value to a Date, Apple's 3rd quarter results, lightning development, and a lot of misc. topics.
Apple Reports Third Quarter Results
PI-HOLE®: A BLACK HOLE FOR INTERNET ADVERTISEMENTS
01/08/2018 • 1 hour 55 minutes 39 seconds
In this episode, we discuss support and reporting bugs, Salesforce.com's acquisition of Dataroma, and discuss topics sent to us by the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Datorama | AI-powered marketing intelligence
Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO Stutz On Data, Paid Media And The “Passing Fad” Of The CDP | AdExchanger
IT Giant Oracle Confirms General Release of Its Blockchain Cloud Service
25/07/2018 • 1 hour 15 minutes 10 seconds
In this episode, we discuss DigitalOcean developer trends report, ICE protestors, Salesforce AI tools for customer service, architecting Lightning components for testability, and issues with building on top of managed packages.
Anti-ICE protesters descend on Salesforce Tower in San Francisco
Salesforce wants to give customer service workers using Service Cloud better AI-powered tools – GeekWire
PayPal told customer her death breached its rules - B
11/07/2018 • 1 hour 23 minutes 8 seconds
You're Doing It Wrong
In this episode, we discuss deployment and unit test issues, unit testing preferences, dealing with nulls, bad habits, the recent cancellation of a conference in San Francisco over safety concerns, and a study on open workspaces.
'20 pounds of human waste' dropped on San Francisco street corner
SF’s appalling street life repels residents — now it’s driven away a convention
The impact of the ‘open’ workspace on human collaboration
Apple to Unveil High-End AirPods, Over-Ear Headphones For 2019</
05/07/2018 • 1 hour 16 minutes 20 seconds
In this episode, we discuss issues with Adobe Audition, Salesforce.com's investment in Tact.ai, employees petitioning companies to stop providing services to government border patrol agencies, helping customers mature into a software development process, Skuid Millau, and some guidelines for the Slack community.
How to build modern SPA’s on Salesforce – Charlie Jonas – Medium
Salesforce workers pressure CEO to rethink contract with U.S. border agency: report - MarketWatch
Microsoft says it is “dismayed” by the forced separation of migrant families at the border – TechCrunch
27/06/2018 • 1 hour 22 minutes 57 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Texas Dreamin' 2018, Elon Musk's rules for meetings, communities sharing model and deployment issues, and the new switch statement in Apex.
Elements Data Privacy Manager – Elements.cloud
What exactly is Salesforce? We asked San Franciscans if they knew.
Salesforce is vulnerable
Portugal’s OutSystems raises $360M from KKR and Goldman Sachs
big sky dreamin’ 2018
After 20 years of Salesforce, what Marc Beni
20/06/2018 • 1 hour 44 minutes 47 seconds
In this episode, we discuss lightning component development, debug issues, Microsoft's acquisition of Github, and notable announcements from the Apple WWDC 2018 keynote.
Microsoft + GitHub = Empowering Developers - The Official Microsoft Blog
Here’s everything Apple announced during its WWDC keynote today Poll | 9to5Mac
Vitas 7th Element 2002 - YouTube
06/06/2018 • 1 hour 18 minutes 13 seconds
Spit and Polish
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.com's Fiscal Q1 2019 results, the speculated AI winter, Marc Benioff's stance on GDPR, and likes and dislikes of working with Lightning Components.
Salesforce Announces Record First Quarter Fiscal 2019 Results | Seeking Alpha
USA needs law ‘a lot like GDPR’ – says Salesforce supremo Marc Benioff • The Register
AI winter is well on its way – Piekniewski’s blog
30/05/2018 • 1 hour 25 minutes 15 seconds
In this episode we discuss, Bulma and Spring Boot, the cost of insurance and being independent, how little we know of GDPR, nested lightning component initialization, and debate the impact of AI in the near term.
Salesforce donates $1.5 million to Hamilton Families - Business Insider
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff salary, versus median employee - Business Insider
30+ Real Examples Of Blockchain Technology In Practice
Say hello to Google One – TechCrunch
23/05/2018 • 1 hour 20 minutes 54 seconds
Too Many Photons to the Retina
In this episode, we discuss Oracle launching its blockchain-as-a-service platform, Oracle's autonomous IT push, Salesforce's study on color themes for data visualizations, and highlights from the Summer '18 release notes.
Oracle to Launch Its Blockchain Platform This Month
Oracle Steps Up Autonomous IT Push With Three More ‘Self-Driving’ Cloud Services - Page: 1 | CRN
Two Fascinating Things Salesforce Discovered When It Studied Color
09/05/2018 • 1 hour 47 minutes 5 seconds
In this episode, we discuss blue-collar signing bonuses, Salesforce.com certifications, IBM Watson and AI in general, SAP's renewed focus on CRM, personal data backup solutions, Apple stock, and we answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! community.
The rise of the blue-collar signing bonus — now up to $25,000 - The Washington Post
Join me in reporting all “exam dumps” to Salesforce’s legal team | John Garvens
dock.io : Decentralized Professional Data Exchange
Apple surprises with solid iPhon
02/05/2018 • 1 hour 30 minutes 26 seconds
Get Rid of All the Admins
In this episode, we discuss interviewing for a Technical Architect position, San Francisco's continued issues with safety and cleanliness, Amazon, Bootleggers and Baptists, pre-release orgs, testing on multiple browsers, and Keith Block's comments on AI and blockchain.
Video Interview Software for Recruiting & Hiring | HireVue
Salesforce’s Keith Block Is Still Cautious About AI — The Information
Clean up San Francisco’s streets, tourist industry pleads - San Francisco Chronicle
Early tech investor says bitcoin will be bigger than the internet
25/04/2018 • 1 hour 13 minutes 1 second
A Material Misstatement
In this episode, we continue our recap on TrailheaDX, Salesforce.com's MuleSoft acquisition, and Mark Zuckerberg's Senate hearing.
Salesforce announces $2.5B senior note offering
Salesforce reveals it was the sole bidder for MuleSoft and even paid 18 percent more than its original offer
Cloudflare touts privacy-friendly 220.127.116.11 public DNS service. Hmm, let's take a closer look at that
MuleSoft: Not As Expensive As It Looks?
I can’t wai
11/04/2018 • 54 minutes 14 seconds
Pizza of My Fantasies
In this episode, we are joined by Chuck Liddell and Stephan Garcia to discuss our thoughts, opinions, and experiences from the Salesforce.com TrailheaDX conference and The Extracurricular community event.
Special Guests: Chuck Liddell and Stephan Chandler-Garcia.
04/04/2018 • 1 hour 4 minutes 56 seconds
In this episode, we discuss TrailheaDX and Salesforce.com's acquisition of MuleSoft.
Salesforce buys a mule, but pays for a pedigreed horse - MarketWatch
Salesforce to buy MuleSoft for $5.90 billion | Reuters
21/03/2018 • 36 minutes 36 seconds
In this episode, we discuss The Extracurricular and TrailheaDX, the Stack Overflow 2018 Developer Survey, Salesforce Ventures investment in Dropbox, Saleforce's acquisition of CloudCraze, Salesforce Essentials, and the top languages, skills, or platforms used for open source.
Salesforce’s $100M Dropbox investment, on the eve of the IPO, could signal an acquisition - Business Insider
Box Notes: Online Note Taking App | Box US
Salesforce will acquire enterprise e-commerce software startup CloudCraze | TechCrunch
14/03/2018 • 1 hour 43 minutes 14 seconds
In this episode we are joined by Salesforce.com Evangelist Kevin Poorman to discuss queueables, promise libraries, Pets for Patriots, static vs dynamic functional languages, JOOQ, and we debate the need for a packaging manager for Salesforce.com.
Kevin Poorman - Twitter
CodeFriar.com - Cloud and Mobile Architect
Pets for Patriots
Insight: How Admins & Devs Produce Awesome Apps Together - Salesforce Admins
Build a Mocking Framework with the Stub API
07/03/2018 • 1 hour 4 minutes 37 seconds
Someone Got Weaned
In this episode, we discuss freelancing, the announcement of Developer Controlled Packages (DCP), integration tools and Mulesoft, and we choose a challenge for the GDS Coding Challenge pilot.
Fortune - 100 Best Companies
Announcing Developer Controlled Packaging (DCP) Beta
The Case Against Google
21/02/2018 • 1 hour 15 minutes 58 seconds
In this episode, we discuss minifying apex code, working with Pardot landing page templates, refactoring and abstraction, and Marc Benioff's comments at the New York Times New Work Summit 2018.
NYT - New Work Summit
14/02/2018 • 1 hour 17 minutes 18 seconds
One Degree from Namespaces
In this episode, we discuss certifications, the "Uber of Humans", Marc Benioff's interview on CNBC discussing the regulation of social media, and naming conflicts in Apex.
You may soon be able to send ‘Human Ubers’ as your surrogate - BBC Three
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says regulate Facebook like tobacco
Davos 2018: A.I. machine called Einstein attends Salesforce meetings
SalesForce.com vs Dynamics 365 CRM: A live Side-By-Side Comparison By BrainSell LLC On Feb
07/02/2018 • 1 hour 2 minutes 15 seconds
A Swig of Butts
In this episode, we discuss Marc Benioff's comments on regulating social media, Larry Ellison's comments on outcompeting Salesforce in SaaS, using namespaces, and collecting debug logs for unauthenticated site users.
Is This Even Beer? (Citra & Vic Secret)
Oracle Places Huge Bets On AI And Machine Learning To Overtake Salesforce In SaaS
$2.4 billion Twilio brings on a Salesforce veteran as its new marketing boss - Business Insider Nordic
Marc Benioff on Twitter: “When I was a kid I remember cigarette comp
31/01/2018 • 59 minutes 38 seconds
Playing the Field
In this episode, we discuss Marc Benioff's comments on regulating social media companies at Davos, the recent service disruption, Trailhead resumes, Spring '18 release notes, Microsoft's cross-platform Powershell, and unit testing.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff Compares Silicon Valley’s Crisis of Trust with the 2008 Financial Meltdown
Service Disruption - Incident #1891
Salesforce Trailhead Makes the Paper Resume Obsolete
Salesforce Spring ’18 Release Notes
25/01/2018 • 1 hour 27 minutes 32 seconds
Really Cool Access Database
In this episode we discuss, a bunch of stuff that I can't remember because I drank too much whiskey so check out the show links or just listen to the show. Join our Slack Community if you read this and wish for a more informative show notes...or just join to see what people talk about. Jeremy doesn't now I did this so...shhhhhhhhhhhh...be cool.
Some link to google land
Illuminated Cloud - Templates
Salesforce Commerce Cloud integrates with Instagram, adds other enhancements
Google and Salesforce unveil first elements of partnership
17/01/2018 • 1 hour 9 minutes 59 seconds
Trees and Blobs
In this episode, we discuss our experiences with all day meetings, running MS SQL in a docker container on a Mac, Rootstock acquiring Kenandy, changes to the Lightning URL format, and Salesforce acquiring Attic Labs to join the Quip team.
Run the SQL Server 2017 container image with Docker
Rootstock acquires Kenandy as ERP on Salesforce platform consolidates
13/01/2018 • 2 hours 2 minutes 21 seconds
In this episode, we discuss @TestSetup methods being counted in code coverage stats, Salesforce and other companies moving away from Oracle, Andrew Fawcett joining Salesforce.com as VP Product Management in the platform group, Apex Sharp, and Intel's processor design flaw.
Andrew Fawcett - New year, new role, new company! Day 1 @salesforce today! VP Product Management in the Platform group. @SalesforceDevs
In Major Shift, Amazon, Salesforce Move Away From Oracle
We are hiring 5 Database Engineers this year and 40-50 people next year for a huge PostgreSQL project @ Salesforce.com
04/01/2018 • 1 hour 41 minutes
In this episode, we discuss Finisar opening a facility in Texas as part of Apple's $1 billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund for American manufacturers, John Zissomos leaving Salesforce.com, error handling and null checking, the recent release of Illuminated Cloud 2.0, and finally we reflect on the events of 2017 and discuss our pridictions for 2018.
How Apple and Finisar are transforming the future of this Texas town
27/12/2017 • 1 hour 51 minutes
A Kerfuffle Amongst the Indoctrinated
In this episode, we discuss scouting too far ahead on project requirements, debate agile vs waterfall, and answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Barry Hawkins - How We Got Here, And What To Do About It
New California Law Prohibits Salary History Inquiries
Our Path to Equality: The Salesforce Annual Update
Proposal to Turn the Salesforce Tower Into a Real Gusher Advances
Jokesters propose fountain on top of Salesforce Tower</
21/12/2017 • 1 hour 26 minutes 12 seconds
Two Dirty Lines of Code
In this episode, we discuss Matt Lacey's IDE survey, switching away from Evernote, the portablity of code, unit testing, and answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Which IDE Is Next For Me?
Move Over, San Francisco: Dallas Tops Our List Of The Best Cities For Jobs 2017
Planet Welcomes Shawna Wolverton as Chief Product Officer
14/12/2017 • 1 hour 40 minutes 22 seconds
In this episode, we discuss design patterns, null checking, chequebook journalism, Brett Nelson's GDS Soundboard, recent changes in Salesforce product management team, and HPE CEO Meg Whitman stepping down.
Good Day Sir! Army Mini-Soundboard
How brands secretly buy their way into Forbes, Fast Company, and HuffPost stories
Shawna Wolverton on Twitter
Adam Seligman on Twitter
Glassdoor: Facebook is consistently the best tech company to work for in the U.S. | VentureBeat
06/12/2017 • 1 hour 21 minutes 45 seconds
In this episode, we continue our discussion on custom integrations and discuss Marc Benioff being named #1 in comparably ranking of top CEOs, and blockchain(ing?).
About the security content of Security Update 2017-001
All The Cool Kids Are Doing It
Salesforce.com's Marc Benioff No. 1 in Comparably ranking of top CEOs
29/11/2017 • 56 minutes 59 seconds
Two Rebrandings Behind
In this episode, we discuss building configurable integration software, Salesforce's Q3 results, and a switch statement coming to Apex in the near future thanks to recent updates to the Apex Compiler.
ApexSharp - GitHub
Apex Switch Statement
Salesforce keeps rolling with another monster quarter, as it sets $20 billion revenue goal
Enterprise Messaging Platform Events
22/11/2017 • 1 hour 29 minutes 47 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Einstein Analytics and SAQL, Marc Benioff's interview on the topic of equal pay, Salesforce's 2017 Invester Day, and the Dreamforce 2017 Developer Keynote.
Java StringUtils - defaultString
Benioff on equality: 'We're at a precipice'
The Richest 1% Now Own More Than 50% of the World’s Wealth
15/11/2017 • 1 hour 33 minutes 54 seconds
The Coder Spectrum
In this episode, we discuss various topics streaming out of the Dreamforce 2017 conference.
Texas Dreamin' 2018
08/11/2017 • 1 hour 23 minutes
In this episode, we discuss avoiding social media, progressive web apps, deployment and unit testing, and end-to-end testing vs. unit testing.
How I cured my tech fatigue by ditching feeds
A Seat at the Table - It Leadership in the Age of Agility
Improve Your Application By Running Fewer Tests
The Testing Renaissance
01/11/2017 • 1 hour 43 minutes 26 seconds
In this episode, we discuss refactoring, global search, the Salesforce Success Community being rebranded to the Trailblazer Community, and Skuid's upcoming Millau Release.
Say Hello to the Trailblazer Community
Using Zoom for Agile Software Development
Announcing Success Cloud Keynote: Revealing Our Secret for Your Success
18/10/2017 • 1 hour 4 minutes 43 seconds
In this episode, we discuss issues with deploying metadata that has been significantly refactored, Apex getting listed on the TIOBE index, the controversy around the NPM CEO, caution for those traveling to California, and questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
TIOBE Index for October 2017
Repeated ToC violations by an authority figure went unaddressed. TSC members left. Node has been forked:
California Hepatitis A Outbreak Spreads
11/10/2017 • 1 hour 20 minutes 11 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Google Clips, primary key (PK) chunking, the coming software apocalypse, and answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Data Chunking Techniques for Massive Orgs
The Coming Software Apocalypse
The Google Clips Camera Puts Ai Behind the Lens
Podcast : Processing Large Data Volumes using PK Chunking & Hyperbatch with Daniel Peter
04/10/2017 • 1 hour 42 minutes 9 seconds
In this episode, we discuss buying a new Apple iPhone and changes to Siri search, Marc Benioff's birthday and being awarded by Variety, Equifax CEO resigning, ProsperWorks raising $53 million to compete with Salesforce.com, and answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Slack Community.
Apple Drops Bing Search Engine Results for Siri and Spotlight in Favor of Google
Priyanka Chopra, Octavia Spencer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Patty Jenkins, Kelly Clarkson to Be Honored at Variety’s Power of Women
A CEO's Demise: Lessons From Equifax
ProsperWorks raises $53 mi
27/09/2017 • 1 hour 41 minutes 13 seconds
In this episode, we discuss SAP suing AB InBev, Equifax's data breach, having a beginner's mind, the recent Apple device announcements, server-side vs. client-side development, and dealing with large projects.
Using Salesforce to access SAP? Pour yourself a stiff drink
Equifax’s Historic Hack May Have Exposed Almost Half of U.S.
Apache Struts Statement on Equifax Security Breach
Slack Raises $250 Million; Tops $5 Billion Valuation
20/09/2017 • 2 hours 8 minutes 49 seconds
How to Train Your Dragon
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's elusive research division, live coding interviews, and the Lightning Theme coming to Visualforce pages in Winter '18.
How to Talk to Your Database
Automatic Lightning Styles for Visualforce
Salesforce Winter '18 Release Notes
06/09/2017 • 1 hour 1 minute 22 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Target moving away from AWS, low code platforms, and answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Target is plotting a big move away from AWS as Amazon takes over retail
This Week in Numbers: Lots of Low Code Vendors Have Already Been Rejected
Force.com IDE 2
Welkin Suite IDE
30/08/2017 • 1 hour 29 minutes 22 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.com's Q2 financial results over some tasty brews.
Salesforce Announces Record Q2 Earnings, Surpasses $10B Run Rate Milestone Faster Than Any Enterprise Software Company in History
24/08/2017 • 1 hour 11 minutes 34 seconds
In this episode, we discuss migrating emails into enhanced email, Service Cloud, Salesforce security, managed packages, the Workbench outage, Mavensmate IDE, and answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Salesforce's second-largest business just hired its fourth new leader in four years as growth slows
Salesforce “red team” members present tool at Defcon, get fired
workbench.developerforce.com SSL Certificate is expired (14-Aug-2017)
16/08/2017 • 1 hour 35 minutes 33 seconds
In this episode, we discuss podcasting, managed packages, lightning component development, flows, and agile projects with fellow podcaster and co-host of the Code Coverage podcast, Steven Herod.
Code Coverage Podcast
Twitter: Steven Herod
09/08/2017 • 1 hour 45 minutes 14 seconds
The Training Wheels Are Off
In this episode, our guest Shaun Holmes shares with us what to expect at SurfForce '17 - The community event with a twist. We also discuss some frustrations with how Process Builder and code interact.
Twitter: Shaun Holmes
07/08/2017 • 1 hour 26 minutes 51 seconds
In the Milieu
In this episode, we discuss creepy loyalty programs, Google Glass 2.0, Oracle and SAP clouds, Windows Azure Docker containers, developer surveys, and Salesforce.com's new podcast titled Blazing Trails.
Just look at our cloud sales, beams profit-sapped SAP
Review: Windows Server containers are new and strange
The State of Developer Ecosystem in 2017
Ionic Survey - Big Picture
26/07/2017 • 1 hour 42 minutes 11 seconds
Be a Human Person
In this episode, we continue to discuss various points of view around the future of developing on the Salesforce.com platform, the need for a package management system, and some more details about the upcoming Surfforce conference.
The Pop-Up Employer: Build a Team, Do the Job, Say Goodbye
Surfforce Keynote Speaker - ANN O’DEA
19/07/2017 • 1 hour 41 minutes 10 seconds
Some Wisdom in the Rambling
In this episode, we discuss Jeremy's experiences after attending TrailheaDX and explore various points of view on the future of working with the Salesforce.com platform.
Five Reasons Why You Should Hire an Old Programmer
Accidentally destroyed production database on first day of a job...
Nasdaq Triggers Market-Wide Circuit-Breaker As AMZN "Crashes" 87% After-Hours
12/07/2017 • 1 hour 28 minutes 19 seconds
The Crazy Factor
In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Chuck Liddell to discuss their experience at Trailheadx, Packaging 2, using scratch orgs for the admin/developer workflow, platform events, and Chuck's new integration product, Valence.
Valence - Integration orchestration native to Salesforce
TrailheaDX '17 Videos
06/07/2017 • 1 hour 21 minutes 16 seconds
API Reach Around
In this episode, we discuss losing our listing on iTunes, Matsusaka beef, issues deploying metadata with updated managed packages, unit tests that snowball in complexity, the Apex Metadata API, and plans for the upcoming TrailheaDX Salesforce Developer Conference.
Japanese Wagyu Beef Returns for a Limited Time to Capa Restaurant at Four Seasons Resort Orlando
Introducing the Apex Metadata API
TrailheaDX - Salesforce Developer Conference
21/06/2017 • 59 minutes 27 seconds
In this episode, we discuss phonetic string matching, upcoming social features in Skype, Pega's CEO keynote, and notable product announcements by Apple at WWDC17.
Phonetic String Matching : Metaphone
Skype’s Snapchat-inspired makeover puts the camera a swipe away, adds stories
PegaWorld 2017 Keynotes
Surf Force '17
07/06/2017 • 1 hour 41 minutes 47 seconds
Every Cliff Is a Wall
In this episode, we revisit our discussion on the @testSetup annotation and discuss issues with Visualforce action functions, concerns over deployments that affect users that are actively using the system, Salesforce developer documentation not being indexed by Google, Shannon Hale's Reddit AMA responses, and we answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Where Salesforce maintains the versions of Apex classes, visualforce pages, etc?
31/05/2017 • 1 hour 16 minutes 20 seconds
It’s Worth Being Brittle
In this episode, we discuss using the @testSetup annotation, Chrome enterprise supporting SaaS apps, AWS hiring James Gosling, and we answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
AWS signs Java ‘father’ James Gosling
Google starts enterprise support for Chrome, including top SaaS apps
The word "requirements" represents a fundamental misunderstanding of software.
24/05/2017 • 1 hour 58 minutes 12 seconds
Code of Hour
In this episode, we discuss our experiences at Texas Dreamin' 2017, various ways people learn to code, and Salesforce's Fiscal 2018 first quarter results.
Texas Dreamin' 2017
The Future Of Lightning With Shell Black
Be a good mentor, not a dickhead
Salesforce Announces Fiscal 2018 First Quarter Results
19/05/2017 • 1 hour 11 minutes 42 seconds
In this episode we discuss custom lightning development, PhantomJS and Headless Chrome, Apple’s Q2 earnings, Hulu TV, Oracle restructuring its sales team, Benioff’s $400 billion job creation goal, and where to meet up for happy hour at Texas Dreamin 2017.
How Hulu Reinvented Itself for Live Tv
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff dishes on his $400 billion job creation goal
Apple boss Tim Cook says 'reports about future products' likely delayed quarterly iPhone purchases
Massive Oracle sales re-org to accelerate cloud cash drive
03/05/2017 • 1 hour 39 minutes 4 seconds
Close Enough for Enterprise Software
In this episode, we discuss Amazon’s Lex as a service, AWS CEO’s comments on Oracle customers, getting started as a developer, our first computers and the languages we used, implementing Salesforce using Agile, the risk of Lightning UIs suffering from poor usability design, the risk of business logic in lightning controllers, opinions on the Lightning Design System (SLDS), and the productivity of Salesforce development vs other languages.
Amazon cloud chief jabs Oracle: 'Customers are sick of it'
You can now buy the brains behind Amazon’s Alexa
New- Introducing AWS CodeStar – Quickly Develop, Build, and Deploy Applications on AWS
26/04/2017 • 1 hour 51 minutes 35 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, various highlights from Facebook's F8 conference, Oracle's recent acquisitions, Punycode phishing attack, and losing patience with Lightning.
Salesforce Achieves Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions The company now provides a carbon neutral cloud for all customers
The 4 Most Important Things Facebook Just Announced
Oracle Buys Moat
Facebook keeps pushing forward with its competitor to Slack and Atlassian -- here's what's new
19/04/2017 • 1 hour 15 minutes 15 seconds
Artisanal Small Batch
In this episode, we discuss the IntelliJ 2017 release, accusations by the Department of Labor concerning Google's wage gap, Benioff capping off the Salesforce Tower, and the need to release early and often.
IntelliJ - What's New
Department Of Labor Accuses Google Of Extreme Systemic Disparity In Pay Based On Gender
Google Pushes Back on Gender Pay Gap Allegations by Outlining Compensation Method
The Circle (2017)
Are These Funds Plotting to Oust Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff?
12/04/2017 • 1 hour 53 minutes 4 seconds
In this episode, we bring back beer and discuss our favorite April Fools pranks, Salesforce receiving a Cloud Positive Classification from the Department of Defense (DoD), Salesforce’s continued effort to close the wage gap, and transitioning solutions from Excel to Salesforce.
Salesforce Trigger Driven Development
S-Controls are coming back to Salesforce!
Here are some April Fools' pranks tech companies are pulling online
Salesforce Launches Go
05/04/2017 • 1 hour 51 minutes 1 second
Lady in the Cylinder
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.com's new mascot, Amazon Connect, Internet privacy laws, rumors that Oracle may acquire Accenture, and Angular v4.0.
Salesforce's chief diplomat on what it's like being BFFs with Amazon's $12 billion cloud
Oracle doing due diligence on Accenture. Yep, you read that right
Angular v4.0 is out!
How the Republicans Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers
The Big Web Show - 156: Practical Design Discovery With Dan B
29/03/2017 • 1 hour 47 minutes 25 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Apex transactions, SalesforceDX, user research and wireframes, Angular woes, and Marc Benioff's comments after meeting with President Trump.
Microsoft just showed off exactly what Salesforce was worried about
IBM, Salesforce CEOs attend Trump roundtable with German Chancellor Merkel
Taking Sales Navigator To A New Level
LinkedIn’s turbo-charged version for salespeople costs $1,600 a pop
23/03/2017 • 1 hour 12 minutes 55 seconds
Mitigated by DX
In this episode we follow up on the Salesforce.com FY18 Kickoff Coke demo, answer questions from our Slack community, and discuss Pi day and Einstein’s birthday, who pays for wait-time during deployments, Skuid raising $24 million in new financing, Microsoft’s DeepCoder, and rogue high performers.
Einstein Vision Demo
Einstein Official License Site
Chattanooga-based Skuid raises $25 million for its “codeless” app development toolkit
Baker raises $3.5 million to become a ‘Salesforce for pot’
16/03/2017 • 1 hour 35 minutes 31 seconds
Nerding It Up
In this episode, we discuss developing lightning components with 3rd party frameworks, Salesforce Quick-Start implementations, the Salesforce FY18 Kickoff event, and IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein partnership.
LockerService and Lightning Container Component: Securely Using Third-Party Libraries in Lightning Components
FY18 The Year Of Einstein
IBM, Salesforce Strike Global Partnership on Cloud, AI
IBM and Salesforce Announce Landmark Global Strategic Partnership
09/03/2017 • 2 hours 16 minutes 40 seconds
In this episode, we discuss sharing rules and system context, design sprints and BDUF in general, monetizing IoT data, consulting practices, and Salesforce.com’s Q4 2017 results and earning call.
Treating Information as an Asset
New Programming Jargon
Are we loosing good consultants in the Salesforce ecosystem?
User Research is Overrated
Salesforce.com forecasts lower-than-expected Q1 profit; shares fall
03/03/2017 • 2 hours 1 minute 15 seconds
In this episode, we discuss using named credentials, big tech companies relocating their conferences, Google's experimental Upspin file sharing framework, and we answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Lightning API—Developer Preview
WWDC dates announced: Apple is moving its annual conference to San Jose in June
The salary you need to earn to buy a home right now in 23 of the most expensive housing markets in America
25/02/2017 • 1 hour 9 minutes 43 seconds
In this episode, we discuss quotes and CPQ, using font-end frameworks with Salesforce, Chris Rock's controversial routine at the Salesforce Annual Sales Kick-off Meeting, IsNull vs IsBlank, leaving code better than how you found it, and Google's Spanner database service.
Studio Neat Ice Kit
Wintersmith's Ice Baller
Chris Rock Draws Laughs, Controversy at Salesforce Sales Meeting
Salesforce launches Quip Connect app for Sales and Service Clouds
17/02/2017 • 1 hour 47 minutes 49 seconds
Interested, Willing and Capable
In this episode, we discuss Quip revamping its UI, community events Surf Force and Texas Dreamin', deployment frequency, Salesforce.com's release overview videos, transitioning from Visualforce to Lightning, and Salesforce.com's Connected Small Business Report.
Quip Gets A Redesign To Focus On Project Management
Salesforce launches Quip Connect app for Sales and Service Clouds
2016 Connected Small Business Report
10/02/2017 • 1 hour 18 minutes 41 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Microsoft's and Apple's financial results, CS60 performance problems, Dropbox's fastest to $1B run rate, Dropbox Paper and Smart Sync, Slack Grid, Salesforce's new Bellevue office, and we answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Slack Community.
Microsoft reports $26.1 billion in Q2 2017 revenue: Azure up 93%, but Phone down 81% and Surface down 2%
Apple defies Wall St. with strong revival in iPhone sales
Dropbox just hit a billion-dollar milestone
Doug Ayers - CS60 Tweet
03/02/2017 • 1 hour 48 minutes 3 seconds
Lightning Lightweight Containers
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce continuing to invest in Hyderabad, our preferences for organizing a class, Salesforce being compared to Blackberry, REST API composite resources, using the Bulk API in the browser, and the cost of maintaining certifications.
Salesforce To Add 1,000 Jobs In Hyderabad
The Era of Codeless Development is Upon Us
Salesforce CIO Ross Meyercord on the Future of Coding (and How IT is Like a Therapist)
Wipro relaxes dress code for Appirio, what else is changing?
27/01/2017 • 1 hour 38 minutes 27 seconds
A Fair Ask
In this episode, we discuss slow deployments, unit testing, Oracle's new data centers, Salesforce hiring Monica Langely as an executive VP, Microsoft's continued investment in AI, and Marc Benioff's interview from the annual World Economic Forum.
Salesforce Analyst Summit Recap: Why Salesforce Must Regroup To Reach Higher In 2017
Salesforce Deploy Times
Tool to monitor Deploy times across SFDC
Microsoft Buys Canadian Artificial Intelligence Startup for More Brainpower
Salesforce hires wel
20/01/2017 • 1 hour 51 minutes 36 seconds
Suggestive but Not Vulgar
In this episode, we discuss fat-washing cocktails, FinancialForce's new CEO, Atlassian acquiring Trello, dueling with Salesforce support, and questions from the Good Day, Sir! Slack community.
The Science of Fat-Washing Cocktails
PDT’s Bacon-Infused Old Fashioned
FinancialForce selects former Salesforce and Heroku exec to be new CEO
Atlassian Acquires Popular Team Productivity App Trello For $425 Million
Salesforce Einstein promises AI applications that 'just work'
13/01/2017 • 2 hours 11 minutes 13 seconds
In this episode, we discuss certifications, thoughts on working with dual screens, workarounds for visualforce bugs, IdeaExchange, Apple's App Store numbers and the Salesforce AppExchange, and Microsoft LinkedIn.
Passing Parameters with a CommandButton
Salesforce, Bugs & You
Why LinkedIn Under Microsoft Is Doomed
Demystifying the Numbers behind Salesforce.com’s AppExchange
Apple's App Store sales top $28 billion
06/01/2017 • 1 hour 11 minutes 45 seconds
Nestled in a Nice Stack
In this episode, we discuss the aftermatch of the team dynamic topic from Episode 109, questions from the Good Day Sir! Community, notable topics from 2016, and our predictions for Salesforce and the tech industry for 2017.
29/12/2016 • 2 hours 1 minute 23 seconds
In this episode, we discuss poorly written Process Builder processes, team dynamics, exception handling performance, and answer questions from members of the Good Day, Sir! Community.
Good Day, Sir! Community
Illuminated Cloud - Salesforce IDE
23/12/2016 • 1 hour 37 minutes 11 seconds
Giant, Sloppy Functions
In this episode, we discuss getting older in tech, choosing custom develpment over installing apps, tech leaders to meet with President-elect Trump, inline code vs. short functions, source control and deployments, TrailheaDX 2017, and helping Jeremy decide whether to get a new Mac Mini or build a custom entertainment PC.
On Getting Old(er) in Tech
Silicon Valley CEOs didn't hide their distaste for Donald Trump. Now comes the reckoning
Google extends conservative outreach as Trump calls tech meeting
Salesforce just bought a startup called Twin Prime, adding to its $5 billion buying binge
16/12/2016 • 1 hour 59 minutes 5 seconds
Shooting the Fitbit
In this episode, we discuss why good developers might write terrible code, unit testing vs. functional testing, process builder, concerns around catfishing candidates and outsourcing, and why German pilsners are better than Czech pilsners.
GDS Resource Repo
Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs
How terrible code gets written by perfectly sane people
09/12/2016 • 1 hour 56 minutes 44 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the snowball affect of subscription services, Thoughtworks Technology Radar, Skuid's Brooklyn Release, and Domain-Driven Design (DDD).
Salesforce Einstein: How A Machine Brain Learns
Technology Radar Nov '16
Skuid Platform—A new era of cloud apps and great UX
Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software 1st Edition
02/12/2016 • 2 hours 12 minutes 48 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.com's Q3 2017 earnings, the lack of a development enviornment for Marketing Cloud, and an updated review of the MacBook Pro 15".
AMAZON QUICKSIGHT TODAY
SQL Window Functions
Trump and Seasonal Concerns Could Conspire Against Salesforce
Salesforce.com's Revenue Rises Again But So Did Its Losses
Salesforce soars on big earnings beat
25/11/2016 • 58 minutes 10 seconds
Abuser of Superlatives
In this episode, we discuss developing Lightning Components, Re/code's interview with Marc Benioff, and first impressions of the new MacBook Pro.
Lightning Component Development Guide
Quick Start: Lightning Components - Trailhead
Heroku Command Line
Salesforce Lightning CLI
Salesforce CEO and Chairman Marc Benioff | Code Enterprise 2016
18/11/2016 • 1 hour 47 minutes 52 seconds
In this episode, we discuss an Einstein opinion article removed from the Oracle blog, the pitfalls of adding workflow rules in production, organizing trigger logic, Steve Balmer's comments on buying Salesforce.com, and the recent Macbook Pro product.Salesforce Says Einstein, I Say FrankensteinThe Best-Performing CEOs in the World<a t
11/11/2016 • 2 hours 17 minutes 50 seconds
in this episode, we discuss Microsoft, Wipro acquiring Appirio, IoT devices hacked for DDoS attack, Quip, Oracle's NetSuite acquisition, Benioff walking away from Twitter acquisition, and Process Builder errors.Microsoft's Salesforce-killer product is selling wellHow your DVR was hijacked to help epic cyberattackSteve Ballmer didn't want Microsoft to buy Salesforce: 'Never, ever, ever'Developers Currently Developing in the Cloud Rises to 5.4M – up 375% since 2009</l
28/10/2016 • 1 hour 32 minutes 23 seconds
Breakfast and Whiskey
21/10/2016 • 1 hour 33 minutes 45 seconds
Starting from Zero
In this episode, we discuss our impressions of Dreamforce 2016 and SalesforceDX."Be a Customer Trailblazer" with Marc Benioff & Special GuestsSalesforce Developer KeynoteSalesforce.com Introduces Extensive Changes to Developer ExperienceGender-aware Dreamforce badges let you pick your pronounDreamforce16 – Is it time to retire the ISV acronym?<a target="_blank" href="http://www.fool.com/inves
08/10/2016 • 1 hour 30 minutes 44 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Twitter acquisition rumors, Salesforce.com wanting to block Microsoft-LinkedIn deal, Oracle Project Visual Code, Google G Suite, and issues with managed packages and unit testing.Buying Twitter would be a ‘dumb’ idea for Salesforce.comCisco, Salesforce Announce Cloud IntegrationGoogle Quietly Expands Ride-Sharing ServiceSalesforce.com to Press Regulators to Block Microsoft-LinkedIn Deal<a target="_blank" href="https://www.orac
01/10/2016 • 1 hour 22 minutes 11 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Oktoberfest beer, Salesforce.com Einstein, open-source software, Troops, Vlocity, Microsoft stock buyback, Salesforce Stickers for iMessage, Google Allo, custom iterators, and unit testing records with unique constraints. Oktoberfest 2016Face it: There's no money in open sourceTroops raises $7 million f
22/09/2016 • 1 hour 27 minutes 54 seconds
Acquisition for Innovation
In this episode, we discuss issues with slow Salesforce.com Sandbox creation and ongoing developer tool performance, and Salesforce.com's Q2 financial results.Salesforce's head of digital strategy Jeremy Waite joins IBMSalesforce crashes on soft guidanceParty Over At Salesforce.com With Terrible Q2 EarningGood Day, Sir! Community Meetup @Dreamforce 2016 SurveyWe need help! Share the Good Day, Sir! Podcast with your friends and colleagues. Like our Facebo
02/09/2016 • 1 hour 5 minutes 40 seconds
Silent but Deadly
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.com Health Cloud, our Dreamforce attendance, artificial intelligence (AI) as it pertains to CRM, Marc Benioff on the cover of Forbes, whether anything innovative has come out of Salesforce.com in recent years, and issues with lengthy save and compile times in sandbox environments.Nonstop Benioff: Inside The Master Networker's Audacious Plan To Disrupt Salesforce -- And The WorldSalesforce.com: Where Ambition Has Its PriceSalesforce is suddenly hiring fewer people after spending nearly $4 billion buying
26/08/2016 • 1 hour 11 minutes 14 seconds
19/08/2016 • 1 hour 39 minutes 12 seconds
Pouring It Liberally
In this episode, we discuss project estimation and work-life balance, issues with the latest updates to Google Chrome, Jeremy’s homebrew keg setup, whether to attend Dreamforce'16 or not, synchronization issues between Salesforce Clouds, and Salesforce.com's acquisition of Quip.Quip + Salesforce = Big NewsSalesforce Buy Is Offensive and DefensiveWhy You Need Trailhead Badges To Get Your Next Salesforce JobLinkedIn crushes earnings — much to Microsoft's delight
12/08/2016 • 1 hour 56 minutes 43 seconds
Hot, Cold, and Bourbon
In this episode, we are joined by Salesforce.com MVP and entrepreneur Nick Hamm to discuss how 10K Advisors looks to fill the void for top Salesforce.com Talent.10K AdvisorsNick Hamm on Twitter
04/08/2016 • 1 hour 7 minutes 16 seconds
The Bros and the Babes
In this episode, we discuss the recent Salesforce.com MVP Lightning Experience Summit, the Troops Slackbot for Sales, 10K Advisors, Microsoft's Professional Degree Program, Salesforce1 mobile dropping support for some devices, Amazon acquiring Cloud9 IDE, job postings for Salesforce.com coders, and StackOverflow.com's new Documentation site.Introducing Troops – A Slackbot For Sales10K AdvisorsMicrosoft announces professional degree programSalesforce to drop support for all Android devices except Samsung and Nexus<a target="_blan
28/07/2016 • 1 hour 38 minutes 40 seconds
Agile Killed the Architect
In this episode, we discuss Amazon's Prime Day, show reviews that we missed, Hyperdev, StackOverflow's new research site, The Night Of, rumors that Oracle is buying Netsuite, whether Agile is making Technical Architects obsolete or if the role is just evolving, and changes to the Lightning Experience navigation coming in Winter 17.Amazon’s Second Prime Day Was Pretty ¯\_(ツ)_/¯HyperdevThe Night OfThe Salesforce Conundrum: Profit Versus GrowthStackOverflow Research<a target="_blank" href="https://www.thestreet.com/story/13637529/1/an-o
14/07/2016 • 1 hour 20 minutes 2 seconds
Beer for Breakfast
In this episode, we discuss Google's human fly paper, hitting Salesforce limitations when setting up test data, a review of the Illuminated Cloud IDE for Salesforce.com, rant about the setup tools for the Lightning UX, the rebranding of the Salesforce.com Mobile SDK, Keir Bowden's article on "The MVP Life" and debate whether MVP's can be honest and critical in the community without fear, and Microsoft's announcement of Dynamics 365 and AppSource.Google Patented a Sticky Car Hood That Traps Pedestrians Like FliesIlluminated Cloud IDEThe MVP LifeMicrosoft Dynamics 365<a target="_bla
08/07/2016 • 1 hour 34 minutes 50 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Marc Benioff's comments on the Brexit decision, when to use point and click tools vs coding, fixing a bad Salesforce.com instance vs starting over, MavensMate IDE suspending development and alternative IDE's, issues with invalid metadata being produced by the Salesforce.com MetadataAPI, and AWS Lambda.Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff slams UK government leaders for doing 'too little, too late' (CRM)The future of apps: How Salesforce is using low code<a target="_blank" href="http://www.zdnet.com/article/the-future-of-apps-how-salesforce-
30/06/2016 • 1 hour 36 minutes 40 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Oracle racing Salesforce.com to $10 billion, Docker for Mac and Windows, Salesforce Mobile App Cloud, Lightning Communities, and Surf Force, a user group event being organized by Shaun Holmes.Oracle, Salesforce and the race to $10 billionDocker for Mac and Windows launches out of private betaSalesforce Unifies Mobile App Dev, Updates Marketing Automation<a target="_blank" href="https://techcrunch.com/2016/06/23/salesforce-communities-update-shoots-for-sim
24/06/2016 • 59 minutes 59 seconds
Hug a Finn
In this episode, we discuss the existence of a tech bubble, notable topics from the Apple WWDC, the value of certifications, TrailheadX, and Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn.Finland, home to Nokia and jobless engineers, struggles to fill tech jobsHere’s Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2016Satya Nadella explains in a sentence the real reason he bought LinkedIn ... and Salesforce should be worriedVideo: EVERY Action Movie Trailer Uses The Same Sound
16/06/2016 • 1 hour 26 minutes 24 seconds
In this episode, we discuss field history tracking not available to unit tests, the Salesforce.com superlative index, the Salesforce.com data center teams and AWS, the SEC looking to crackdown on non-GAAP accounting, Salesforce opening a COE (center of excellence) in Hyderabad, and notable topics from the Salesforce TrailheaDX Developer Conference.Do test methods not update the history table?Why everyone* hates Salesforce's Marc BenioffAnnouncing the Salesforce.com Superlative
10/06/2016 • 2 hours 21 minutes 18 seconds
Not a Done Deal
In this episode, we discuss asking questions on support forums, Google winning copyright lawsuit filed by Oracle, speculations on how Salesforce.com could utilize AWS, The Information's 2016 rankings of tech events to attend, social media struggling with social commerce, and Salesforce.com's acquisition of Demandware.Stinking BadgesJoomla ForumGoogle Beats Oracle on Copyright, Defeating $9 Billion ClaimMost Valuable Tech Events of 2016Social Commerce Struggles To Drive Sales<a target="_
04/06/2016 • 1 hour 1 minute 19 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), single barrel whiskey, Salesforce's recent acquisitions costing an estimated $75 million, Apple Store app approvals vs Salesforce AppExchange approvals, Salesforce.com licenses increasing by 40% in the UK, follow up on Amazon Smile, questions Jim Cramer asked Benioff on his recent political stances, Benioff's comments on the Q1 2017 numbers, and Benioff's response to more buyout rumors.Accelerated Mobile Pages ProjectSalesforce reveals it spent $75 million on the three startups it bought last quarterAre Benioff's Crusades Hurting Shareholder Value At Salesforce?<a target="_blank"
26/05/2016 • 1 hour 12 minutes 26 seconds
Dangerous and Gross
In this episode, we discuss charitable shopping with Amazon Smile, Google Home, issues with referencing static resources in the Summer'16 release, Fitbit acquiring Coin's wearable payment assets, Google spreadsheets integrated with Salesforce, Project Sayonara, Marc Benioff campaigning against George Lucas' museum, Salesforce.com's Fiscal 2017 Q1 Results, and more details on the NA14 outage.About Amazon SmileCamfedGoogle Home vs. Amazon Echo: Why Home could winGoogle Home crashes Amazon Echo's partyStatic resources not loading w
21/05/2016 • 2 hours 13 minutes 28 seconds
12/05/2016 • 1 hour 36 minutes 2 seconds
Garnished with Fresh Pink Goo
In this episode, Jeremy shares his tips on preparing tri-tip beef and we discuss annoying UPS warning tones, a reported incident at Apple HQ, Slack targeting Salesforce and Oracle, a debate on integration tools such as Informatica Cloud, the inability to change your rating on Salesforce Knowledge Articles, the lack of information on the TrailheaDX Salesforce Developer Conference, and Forbes interview with Adam Seligman on building apps for the Salesforce Platform.Slack Targets Salesforce, Oracle With Productivity AimSalesforce: How The Platform Builds New SoftwareIdea of
29/04/2016 • 1 hour 22 minutes 16 seconds
In this episode, we officially announce our new Slack community and discuss Marc Benioff's most recent bonus, using FluidApp with Gmail, Gartner naming Salesforce.com the leader in AIM (Application, Infrastructure, and Middleware), TrailheaDX, Skuid's Rockaway release, a lightning round of Lightning UX topics, and the Lightning Locker Service.Salesforce just paid Marc Benioff a $2.3 million bonus, on top of the $56 million he made in four months selling stockFluidAppGoogle InboxCitizen DeveloperSalesforce takes
21/04/2016 • 1 hour 29 minutes 32 seconds
Here It Is, Come Plug It
In this episode, we discuss Twitter acquiring Peer, Benioff using Microsoft's HoloLens, Dan Lyons' comments on Hubspot, National Equal Pay Day, Keith Block's new watch, Salesforce's Proxy Statement for 2016 Annual meeting of Stockholders, Salesforce being sued for discrimination, and Amazon reaching $10 billion in sales.Twitter acquires employee-feedback startup PeerSalesforce's CEO was blown away by Microsoft HoloLens when his friend Satya Nadella gave him a demoJim Cramer Gives a Shout Out to Salesforce.com on #EqualPayDay<a target="_blank" href="http://www.businessinsider.com/salesforce-buys-coo-a-
14/04/2016 • 1 hour 10 minutes 39 seconds
A Pavlovian Response
In this episode, we discuss The Clouds featuring Shell Black on bass, the StackOverflow 2016 Developer Survey, IBM acquiring Bluewolf, Salesforce acquiring MetaMind, Salesforce partnering with NEC, Apptus adding support for Microsoft Dynamics, and highlights from the Microsoft Build 2016 conference.The Clouds Featuring Shell Black on BassWhy IBM spent $200 million to buy a huge Salesforce partner with Marc Benioff's blessingStackOverflow 2016 Developer Survey ResultsMost Loved, <a target="_blank" href="http://stackoverflow.com/research/
08/04/2016 • 1 hour 29 minutes 31 seconds
Like a Cheese, China
In this episode, we are joined by guest host and long-time friend of the show Shaun Holmes to discuss and debate many different topics around the Salesforce.com platform including working with Salesforce.com Support.Shaun Holmes on TwitterApple wants the FBI to reveal how it hacked the San Bernardino killer's iPhoneGartner Positions Salesforce in the Leaders Quadrant of the 2016 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise aPaaS, Worldwide
01/04/2016 • 2 hours 13 minutes 12 seconds
Fusion All the Things
In this episode, we discuss Dropbox building their own cloud and moving away from AWS, Marc Benioff's commitment to making sure the Salesforce Tower includes mindful spaces, using encrypted fields in Salesforce, the recently announced Salesforce Field Service Lightning, and Oracle's financial results.The Epic Story of Dropbox’s Exodus From the Amazon Cloud EmpireSalesforce takes on ServiceMax, Microsoft and Oracle with new field service productMicrosoft Corporation Takes on Salesforce with Dynamics CRM 2016 Update<a target="_blank" href="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/03/03/salesf
18/03/2016 • 1 hour 25 minutes 13 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce.com's Q4 earnings, Alphabet and Salesforce Ventures invesing millions in ThousandEyes, and the FBI attempting to force Apple to provided a hack for iOS.Salesforce Announces Fiscal 2016 Fourth Quarter and Full Year ResultsAlphabet and Salesforce's Venture Arms Just Poured Millions In This Hot StartupApple to FBI: You Can’t Force Us to Hack the San Bernardino iPhone
04/03/2016 • 1 hour 35 minutes 45 seconds
The Caboose Dilemma
In this episode, we discuss choosing an MVC framework, how Salesforce MVPs are chosen, Tod Nielson leaving Salesforce, predictions on Salesforce.com's platform, PWC's talent exchange and the gig economy, Salesforce.com's acquisition of PredictionIO, Netflix's migration to the Amazon Cloud, and talk about the things we enjoy by playing Castaway/Desert Island.More Management Shakeup At Salesforce As Platform VP Will LeavePWC Talent ExchangeExclusive: See How Big the Gig Economy Really IsSalesforce just bought another startup in the machine learning space<a
26/02/2016 • 1 hour 32 minutes 35 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Oracle's continued transition into the Cloud and Apple’s fight against FBI demands to create a backdoor into iOS. VMware Fusion, Workstation team culled in company restructureApple: A Message to Our CustomersTim Cook Says Apple Won’t Create Universal iPhone Backdoor For FBISalesforce is facing competition from an unexpected place: Amazon
19/02/2016 • 1 hour 21 minutes 24 seconds
Package Too Big
In this episode, we are joined by our good friend Teddy Zemedie to discuss popular design stats in 2015 published by Avacode, managing and deploying Salesforce configuration and code changes using version control, and Heroku Connect.LinkedIn: Teddy ZemedieHow designers worked in 2015Things Are Good' At Salesforce, Notable Source Tells Deutsche Bank AnalystSolenopsisGit Documentation<a target="_blank" href="https://www.heroku.com/conn
11/02/2016 • 1 hour 31 minutes 23 seconds
In this episode, we discuss gulp, twitter struggling to monetize, and the Salesforce live broadcast of their FY17 kickoff and product demos of new features for Sales and Service Lightning clouds.Gulp JSElectron IOCEO Jack Dorsey is trying to counter the company's flagging growth in user baseCamfed - Campaign for Female EducationFY17 Kickoff: First Look At Corporate And Product StrategyAutomatic
08/02/2016 • 2 hours 5 minutes 42 seconds
Killed by the Nerds of the World
In this episode, we discuss the World Economic Forum in Davos, the SteelBrick acquisition causing partner pain, a seeming increase of reports that Salesforce.com will have a rough 2016, the Wave Analytics reboot and IoT, and Oracle offering sales people major bonuses for getting customers to buy cloud offerings.Salesforce causes partner pain with SteelBrick acquisitionApttus CEO Kirk Krappe Chats Candidly About 2016 ExitWill 2016 Be Salesforce.com's Worst Year Yet?<a target="_blank" href="http://seekingalpha.com/article/3827976-salesforce-com-def
28/01/2016 • 1 hour 45 minutes 15 seconds
In this episode, we discuss cooking with a sous-vide, the current state of IoT, using ORM patterns in Apex, banned words for 2016, notable topics from the Spring '16 release notes, and reported updates to Salesforce Analytics (Wave).BasecampFuel UX2015: The year the Internet of Things jumped the sharkSpring '16 Release NotesForce.com IDE Spring '16 Release NotesSalesforce reboots Wave Analyti
14/01/2016 • 1 hour 19 minutes 55 seconds
In this episode, we discuss the recently announced Salesforce and Box integration, a possible Salesforce acquisition of SteelBrick, the Salesforce acquisition of MinHash, recent reportings of a price drop for the Analytics Cloud, and close out the year with some memorable clips and some predictions for 2016. Salesforce and Box join forces to put files where employees need themSalesforce said to be close to completing $600M SteelBrick acquisitionSalesforce Has <a target="_blank" href="http://techcrunch.com/2015/12/14/s
24/12/2015 • 1 hour 7 minutes 21 seconds
Here Be Unicorns
In this episode, we record from Lone Star Taps & Caps where we sample various beverages and we discuss Swift going open source, Salesforce's Q3 financials, and other misc. topics.
11/12/2015 • 26 minutes 58 seconds
Blue Poo Drama
In this episode, we discuss recent Salesforce.com performance/connectivity issues, the confusing features of Chatter, the StackExchange's need for a new logo, Marc Benioff's office, the absurd idea of "free spec work", and a discussion on properly managing data migrations.Zulu Alpha Kilo – Spec | #saynotospecLet's pick a new logo for Salesforce Stack ExchangeMay The Salesforce Be With You: Inside CEO Marc Benioff's Office
30/11/2015 • 1 hour 10 minutes 18 seconds
Courage to Do the Right Thing
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce spending $3 million to close their gender pay gap, #NoCodeNovember, and tips and advice for common issues we face when reviewing existing Salesforce implementations.Salesforce Spent $3 Million to Close the Gender Pay Gap. Here's Why That's a Big DealSalesforce Begins Paving A Long Road To Equal PayOne Tech Company Just Erased Its Gender Pay Gap5 Reasons to go #NoCodeNovember<a target="_blank" href="http://www.desynit.com/dont-let-your-sa
12/11/2015 • 1 hour 29 minutes 44 seconds
29/10/2015 • 1 hour 19 minutes 13 seconds
In this episode, we talk about processes and estimating projects, get nostalgic about Back to the Future, gripe about annoying downtime and delays developing on Salesforce, and brainstorm on new cloud verticals for the Salesforce platform.Salesforce1 Should Show All List Views in the Salesforce1 AppSalesforce Exec to Launch HR Startup
23/10/2015 • 1 hour 22 minutes 12 seconds
Powered by Thunder
In this episode, we discuss blue ice, Amazon pulling AppleTV from their catalog, Facebook feeds and ads, Benioff taking a break from Facebook, updates to MavensMate IDE, and Amazon's QuickSight BI tool.Blue ice (precipitation)Marc Benioff ditches Facebook, seeks 'peace through simplicity'Tap, Tap, Done: Testing a Simpler Way to Fill out FormsHey Amazon: What Did Apple TV or Chromecast Ever Do to You?Amazon Debuts Fast, Cheap BI with QuickSight</l
08/10/2015 • 39 minutes 47 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's stance on CISA, the tech industry's impact on San Francisco, BASE CRM, the slow adoption of IoT, Microsoft's acquisition of Adxstudio, and creepy employee trackers.#SwearJar | @jeremy (0) | @john (2)BSA Letter to CongressSalesForce Says It Doesn't Support CISA After Signing Letter That Suggested It DidTech overkill destroyed the lov
01/10/2015 • 1 hour 20 minutes 25 seconds
A Glow Stick to the Eye
In this episode, we discuss our experience from Dreamforce, Uber, Forbes' list of interesting things from Dreamforce, the Women's Innovation panel, Microsoft's strong presence at the conference, the winners and losers of the conference, Jim Cramer's interview with Marc Benioff, the creepiness of IoT, and a high-level breakdown of the companies that use Salesforce.#SwearJar | @jeremy (3) | @john (1)The 5 most interesting things from Salesforce's Dreamforce mega conferenceDreamforce’s ‘Women’s Innovation’ panel is why we should stop babying female CEOs<a target="_blank" href="http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/it-opinion/wh
25/09/2015 • 1 hour 11 minutes 59 seconds
Pretty Pink Comic Sans
In this episode, we are joined by guest host Allison Bourn to discuss taking a step away from the madness of Dreamforce with activities like yoga, running, and morning dance parties. Allison also shares her thoughts on how Salesforce is working to provide solutions for higher education and healthcare industries. Allison Bourn - Twitter / LinkedIn
21/09/2015 • 45 minutes 34 seconds
In this episode, we are joined by guest host Matthew Morris of the Technology Flows podcast and guest Kevin Reece, Sage Live Technical Evangelist and software engineer, to discuss the experience of developing Sage Live on the Salesforce Platform.Technology Flows PodcastSage Live
19/09/2015 • 1 hour 3 minutes 32 seconds
I'm Getting up Early for Bacon
In this episode, we are joined by guest host Kristi Guzman to discuss the various sessions that we attended including trailhead, lighting experience, and debugging tools. We also learned more about the #GirlyGeeks (Women in Tech) group and how they offer support for women in the Salesforce community and the technology industry in general.In the after show, we discuss our initial impressions of Marc Benioff's Keynote and the Community Cloud Keynote.KristiForce Blog
17/09/2015 • 1 hour 34 minutes 15 seconds
In this episode, our guest host Shell Black helps us kick off a week of live podcasting from the Salesforce Dreamforce 2015 Conference. We discuss various topics around the Lightning Experience and the use of analytics to enable intelligent systems.In the after show, we give a short recap of our experience in the Admin Zone Podcast studio, debate the size of the conference and whether it is too big for San Francisco, and share some thoughts from some of the sessions that we attended.ShellBlack.comShell Black Whiteboard Series
16/09/2015 • 1 hour 43 minutes 59 seconds
Flip Flops and Tank Tops
In this episode, we discuss IBM's cloud commercial, the Apple September 2015 Keynote event, and tips for Dreamforce.IBM Cloud: The Cloud that Understands BusinessApple September 2015 KeynoteTechnology Flows PodcastDreamforce Admin Zone Podcast Studio Schedule
10/09/2015 • 39 minutes 46 seconds
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce's Q2 financials and walk through some highlights from the Salesforce Winter '16 release notes.Salesforce Announces Fiscal 2016 Second Quarter ResultsIdea of the Week: Lock/Unlock a record in Apex CodeSalesforce Health CloudSalesforce Winter '16 Release Notes
04/09/2015 • 1 hour 24 minutes 55 seconds
It Had to Be Done
In this episode, we debate the good and bad of the new Salesforce UI "Gatorade Edition" and what it could mean for customers, partners, developers, and the community in general. Oh, and don't use the hamburger!#SwearJar | @jeremy (2) | @john (0)Salesforce LightningWhy and How to Avoid Hamburger MenusKill The Hamburger ButtonSalesforce
26/08/2015 • 1 hour 33 minutes 24 seconds
A Big Bang Type of Thing
In this episode we discuss the "New Salesforce" event, our Dreamforce live recording schedule, Amazon's working conditions, rumors of price changes for Wave, Custom Metadata types in Winter'16, a brief discussion on the upcoming Salesforce Q2 financials, and Microsoft's position as Salesforce's hottest competitor.#SwearJar | @jeremy (5) | @john (5)Salesforce is considering huge discounts on what it calls its 'greatest product ever'Here's The Reason Behind Salesforce's Declining Gross Margin<a target="_blank" href="http://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/security-data-protectio
21/08/2015 • 1 hour 11 minutes 3 seconds
No Vacation for You!
In this episode we discuss the Dreamforce Podcast Zone, donating to the ASPCA, installing Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015, the Lexus Slide hoverboard, polymorphic fields, Dreamforce tips and trailhead, Sage Live, and dynamic apex.#SwearJar | @jeremy (0) | @john (10$ Quiz Payout)ASPCA - The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsWindows 10 ISOVisual Studio CommunityLexus Slide Hoverboard<a target="_blank" href="https://success.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=08730000000oLkZ
05/08/2015 • 1 hour 18 minutes 59 seconds
There's a Component for That
30/07/2015 • 1 hour 25 minutes 28 seconds
In this episode we discuss Talend's support for Salesforce Analytics, the Skuid Banzai release, RedMonk's language rankings, Illuminated Cloud Force.com IDE for IntelliJ, the dangers of spaghetti code, asynchronous triggers, unexpected issues with getContent(), Moore's Law (again), and namespace support in Apex. Jeremy takes the "Who wants to be a Salesforce Admin" quiz.#SwearJar | @jeremy (6) | @johndesantiago (1)No bones about it: Cannabis may be used to treat fracturesHere's Someone Who Says They've Actually Ridden The Lexus Hoverboard<a target="_blank" href="http://www.dbta.com/
23/07/2015 • 1 hour 23 minutes 5 seconds
Off by One Decimal Place
In this episode we discuss Salesforce reaching 1 million volunteer hours, Office 365, IBM's 7nm chip, jQuery 3.0, TideKit shutting down, Heroku Connect, Apex Metadata API support, improvements to the Salesforce Developer Docs portal, Salesforce Shield, Microsoft Cortana Analytics, Workday acquires Upshot, developer productivity, makers schedules vs. managers schedules, and .Net support for TLS 1.2.#SwearJar | @jeremyross (2) | @johndesantiago (1)Salesforce Hits 1 Million Volunteer Hours!Office 2016 for Mac Now Works Just as Well as It Does on Windows<a target="_blank" href="http://www.engadg
16/07/2015 • 1 hour 28 minutes 10 seconds
In this episode we discuss John becoming a Salesforce MVP, Microsoft cutting jobs, social network trends, Salesforce unmanaged packages, web form etiquette, and ways to structure a large web application.3D-printed 'dough' helps fix your fractured bonesMicrosoft writes off $7.6 billion from Nokia deal, announces 7,800 job cutsSocial.com Q1 2015 Advertising BenchmarkIdea of the Week: Collaborative Forecasting via Territory Hierarchy
09/07/2015 • 1 hour 33 minutes 57 seconds
In this episode we discuss Apple's battery replacement policy, printing latte art, automatic bug repairs, dependent page layouts, AppMesh's SalesMesh tool, Benioff's thoughts on regulators, issues with deploying list views, whether Slack would be a good acquisition for Salesforce, and promote the idea for a Dreamforce Cash Cab. Bidding farewell to Google CodeApple will replace your battery once it hits 80 percent healthAutomatic bug repairDependent page layouts (IdeaExchange)<a target="_blank" href="http://ventureb
02/07/2015 • 1 hour 4 minutes 56 seconds
In this episode we discuss hoverboards, Google's GitHub alternative, triggers on account teams, needed fixes to the Salesforce developer site documentation, price increases for Amazon's Mechanical Turk, Fitbit IPO, Salesforce Foundation's grant to CoderDojo, Larry Ellison's comments during the Oracle Cloud Launch webcast, Salesforce's Service for Apps, Salesforce's acquisition of Kerensen Consulting, and Conga securing $70 million in funding.Donations for Keith and his familyLexus is developing a hoverboard you can actually rideGoogle could build a hoverboard, but won'tIdeaE
27/06/2015 • 1 hour 11 minutes 36 seconds
In this episode we are joined by our special guest Allison Bourn to discuss the Apple Watch, LastPass security breach, changes to the Salesforce ISV program, Salesforce's Marketing Cloud 2.0, the hidden potential of person accounts, Sales Wave Analytics, and the new Salesforce certifications.Allison Bourn - Twitter / LinkedInApple watchOS 2Of Course Someone Hacked Flappy Bird Onto The Apple WatchLastPass Security Notice<a target="_blank" href="http://www.slideshare.net/
19/06/2015 • 1 hour 19 minutes 11 seconds
I Will Throw a Mercury-filled Light Bulb
In this episode we discuss receiving our registration confirmation for attending Dreamforce, getting our hands on a COIN credit card, recently announced Apple WatchOS features, the Salesforce Data Loader for Mac OS X, Gartner's magic quadrant for IaaS, and Salesforce.com making the Fortune 500.Salesforce cofounder: The Apple Watch is 'creating even more ADD'Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, WorldwideSalesforce.com: Poster Child for Cloud 1.0<a target="_blank" href="https://developer.salesforce.com/blogs/developer-relations/2015/06/creating-simple-real-estate-app-lightning-co
11/06/2015 • 1 hour 10 minutes 8 seconds
Massage and Manipulate
In this episode we discuss Sage's 2-2-2 charity model, the opening of the Salesforce Tower in London, Salesforce's acquisition of Tempo AI, and updates on Salesforce Wave.Sage opens a charitable Foundation as CEO Stephen Kelly plans for a cloud futureSalesforce TowerLondon slaps down Salesforce's bid to rename Heron TowerRestaurant review: Duck & Waffle, Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2<a target="_blank" href="http://thenextweb.com/apps/2015/05/30/salesfo
03/06/2015 • 55 minutes 51 seconds
Try Writing Some Software
In this episode we discuss SugarCRM's Sugarexchange, customer service software that can feel, Microsoft's bid to takeover Salesforce, Salesforce's Q1 financials, and Salesforce's market share.SugarCRM Announces New Sugarexchange for its Commercial CRM UsersIBM’s New Customer Service Software Can Feel Your PainSalesforce.com (CRM) Stock Up After Rejecting Microsoft's $55 Billion Takeover Bid<a target="_blank" href="http://www.businessinsider.com/these-3-charts-explain-why-microsoft-may-have-tried-to-pay-55-billion-for-salesforce-when
27/05/2015 • 49 minutes 14 seconds
Rabid and Passionate
In this episode our friend and Salesforce MVP extraordinaire Shell Black joins us to discuss what it means to be a Salesforce MVP and his experience at #MVPSummit2015.ShellBlack.comSalesforce MVP ProgramGet high every morning with marijuana K-cupsPrivate bus startup in San Francisco is temporarily off the roadsSalesforce Raises Revenue Forecast Ahead of Potential Offers<a target="_blank" href="http://fortune.com/2015/05/19
22/05/2015 • 1 hour 19 minutes 6 seconds
Hashtag Safe Harbor!
In this episode we discuss the #MVPSummit2015, using invocable methods with Skuid, Fitbit IPO, Windows 10 OaaS, Salesforce acquisition rumors, and Sage's SageLife application on the Salesforce.com platform.#MVPSummit2015Using Invocable Methods with SkuidFitbit Files For $100M IPOWith Windows 10, The OS Becomes A Service Instead Of A Series Of Major ReleasesSalesforce.com (CRM) Stock F
14/05/2015 • 59 minutes 10 seconds
Kick in the Shins
In this episode we discuss the latest on the Salesforce buyout rumor, May the (Sales)force, custom metadata types, and the new Salesforce platform cache feature slated for Winter '16 release.5 thoughts on the supposed Salesforce takeover offerOracle's Two CEOs Say They'll Win The Cloud And A Rival Buying Salesforce Would HelpSAP Boss Denies Salesforce Takeover RumorsMay the (Sales)force Be With You: 10 Jedi Tips for Excelling at Sales<a targ
08/05/2015 • 1 hour 12 minutes 46 seconds
In this episode we discuss Salesforce's App Exchange reaching 3 million downloads, Summer '15 release notes, Salesforce's HR tools, Amazon's cloud revenue, Benioff's interview with Cramer, and rumors of a Salesforce acquisition.Salesforce App Exchange Hits Three Million DownloadsSummer '15 Release NotesSalesforce Makes Hard Push Into Human Resources With New PlatformAmazon's cloud revenue is bigger than its four closest competitors combine
30/04/2015 • 1 hour 27 minutes 59 seconds
Too Many Dudes Trying to Solve a Problem
In this episode we discuss Coin starting to ship, space coffee, taking a Salesforce custom UI and research survey, the cost of Dreamforce compared to other tech conferences, a women-in-tech article that had nothing to do with women, where to put validation logic in triggers, and potential price increases for Salesforce.com services.Coin, The One Credit Card To Rule Them All, Is Finally ShippingSo This Is What Space Coffee Brewed With Pee Looks LikeBenioff at NobuBuilding UI for the Salesforce Platform<a target="_bl
23/04/2015 • 1 hour 27 minutes 55 seconds
In this episode we discuss Business Insider's article on what could be holding Salesforce.com back from being the biggest tech company and Stack Overflow's 2015 Developer Survey results.Summer ’15 Release Preview - Platform Feature HighlightsThese two things are holding Salesforce back from becoming one of the biggest companies in techStack Overflow 2015 Developer Survey Results73% of Salesforce developers want to stop being Salesforce developers? Say what?
15/04/2015 • 1 hour 1 minute 58 seconds
In this episode we discuss converting lead child objects using the Process Builder, Salesforce's purchase of Toopher, Zoho CEO's comments on venture-fueled cloud bubbles, and out first impressions of Salesforce Wave / Analytics Cloud.Salesforce buys mobile 2-factor authentication start-up, adds its tools to cloud platformZoho CEO: cloud’s in a bubble, Salesforce is the new SiebelSalesforce Analytics Cloud Documentation
09/04/2015 • 1 hour 20 minutes 13 seconds
03/04/2015 • 1 hour 23 minutes 51 seconds
A Cactus Is Not a Tree
In this episode we discuss registering for Dreamforce 2015, Benioff winning the Celebrity Fitbit Challenge, issues with deploying large packages and metadata between sandbox and production, Benioff's stance against Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Drunk UX testing, and Benioff's interview at the Lesbians Who Tech conference.Dreamforce 2015So which billionaire CEO won the fitness challenge — #TeamDell or #TeamBenioff?Salesforce CEO Benioff Takes Stand Against Indiana Anti-Gay LawI Paid a
28/03/2015 • 1 hour 22 minutes 53 seconds
In this episode we discuss Hertz putting cameras in rental cars, Salesforce on the Apple Watch, Marc Benioff's commitment to being the fastest to $10 billion, GigaOm shutting down, Salesforce Cloud data science, the Dallas Salesforce Developer Group, and the Salesforce Process Builder.Hertz puts cameras in its rental cars, says it has no plans to use themSalesforce First Enterprise App To Jump On Apple Watch BandwagonSalesforce Wear Developer PackSalesforce Thinks You Can Serve Customers Better with an Apple Watch<
20/03/2015 • 1 hour 20 minutes 44 seconds
I’m Not a Good Listener
In this episode, we discuss recording in our new studio for the first time, 3D printing people, Salesforce on the Apple Watch, Salesforce sales and marketing costs, whether it is a fair comparison between Salesforce and other clouds like AWS, Benioff’s thoughts on tech entrepreneurs “giving back”, meetings at Salesforce must include at least 30% women, and the absurdity of the Pega Systems "Pega-Can” campaign.Will.i.am Really Wants You to Stop and Think Before You 3D-Print a HumanWill.i.am's Puls Smartwatch: So Bad I'm Actually Kind of ImpressedCook teases ‘ton’ of
11/03/2015 • 59 minutes 46 seconds
I Backed Smart Underwear!
In this episode, we discuss some words of wisdom from Vint Cerf, the poor state of journalism covering Salesforce’s revenue for Q4, a debate on what analytics is or should be, SAP Hybris YaaS, smart underwear, Salesforce partying with Metallica, Heroku Connect, Lightning Connect, Lightning Components, and Salesforce's Q4 results.The Father Of The Internet Has A Plan To Future-Proof ComputersIncreasing Competition in Cloud May Temper Salesforce's Revenue Growth in Q4Salesforce and Orale Square Off On Analytics<a target="_blank" h
28/02/2015 • 1 hour 3 minutes 11 seconds
Hire ‘em Cheap and Stack ‘em Deep
In this episode, we discuss Dan Lyons and Valleywag, Walmart’s use of OpenStack, Grilling with apps and the Internet of Things, our thoughts on the the Slack vs Salesforce discussion from the Software Defined Talk Podcast, and the frustration of using the [see all data] attribute for unit testing.OpenStack comes up huge for WalmartStill Slaving Over the Grill? There’s An App for ThatThe Social Grill - Kingsford Charcoal CommercialOral-B’s Bluetooth Toothbrush Offers App Features It Doesn’t Necessarily Need<a target=
20/02/2015 • 1 hour 4 minutes 4 seconds
You Just Yin and Yanged Yourself
In this episode, we discuss Marc Benioff named CEO of the Year by TechCrunch, rant about Salesforce deployments and unit testing, issues related to Activity History and Chatter objects, the relationship between Microsoft and Salesforce, open source enterprise cloud computing, and we dispel the idea that Salesforce is past its prime.Marc Benioff Wins The 2014 Crunchie For CEO Of The YearA Call for Stakeholder ActivistsSalesforce.com Exec: 'We're Gonna Suck The Life Out Of' Microsoft<a target="_blank" href="http://microsoft-news.com/marc-benioff-reveals-that-satya-nadella-allowed-him-to-hi
12/02/2015 • 54 minutes 3 seconds
In this episode, we take a look at the latest Hour of Code video from Marc Benioff, reminisce on the days we first started using a computer, patients and doctors moving into the new UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, some killer jokes you can share with your friends, Microsoft acquiring Sunrise, an update on Salesforce Wave, and a recent interview with Neil Young on Pono Music.Marc Benioff Hour of CodeUSCF Children’s HospitalBear Force One: Adorably Named Helicopter Joins UCSF Medical CenterMicrosoft Is Acquiring Calendar App Sunrise For North Of $100 Million<a t
06/02/2015 • 1 hour 5 minutes 3 seconds
In Technology We Trust
In this episode, we discuss Slack acquiring Screenhero, the end of the Google Glass explorer program, Amazon announcing a new email service for companies, follow-up on Benioff’s “creepy” interview, Skuid release naming, things to consider when using Sass, and the 15 Apex Commandments for developers. Slack Buys Screenhero To Add Screen Sharing And Voice Chat To Its Work Messaging PlatformGoogle Glass Never Really Had A Fighting ChanceAmazon Starts Email Service for Companies<a target="_blank" href="http://www.business2community
29/01/2015 • 1 hour 8 minutes 36 seconds
We’re All Heading to Creepy
In this episode, we discuss the mysterious Salesforce Analyst summit, Glassdoor’s list of top companies to work for, Hubspot’s CRM, Salesforce browser support, Salesforce Enterprise App-Store, Salesforce losing top Wave engineer, Benioff’s Fitbit/Salesforce “creepy” sales pitch, Oracle acquires Datalogix, Skuid Superbank release, and the Salesforce Spring '15 release.These Are the 50 Best Places to Work for 2015The Effect Of HubSpot’s CRM Launch On SalesforceLatest Salesforce Product Lets Enterprises Roll Out Their Own App Stores<a target="_blank" href="http://techcrunch.com/2014/12/11/lates
16/01/2015 • 1 hour 29 minutes 59 seconds
The World Is Awesome Again
In this episode, we discuss Marc Benioff awarded Business Person of the Year by Fortune, SOQL performance tips, Salesforce Trailhead, Salesforce quarterly results, and Microsoft announcing .Net will be open source and cross platform.Businessperson of the Year - Championship RoundForce.com SOQL Performance Tips: LastModifiedDate vs SystemModStampQuery & Search Optimization Cheat SheetLearn how to use Salesforce with Trailhead<a target="_blank" href="https://www.s
25/11/2014 • 45 minutes 22 seconds
My Dog Ate Wave
In this episode, we discuss the Salesforce Analytics Cloud in more detail.Salesforce Analytics Cloud OverviewSalesforce Analytics Cloud - Press ReleaseSalesforce Plans Entry Into BI Market With 'Wave'Salesforce’s Reinvention As A Marketing Behemoth<a target="_blank" href="http://techcrunch.com/2014/09/09/xendo-introduces-search-across-cloud-services-at-disrupt-sf/?ncid=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium
07/11/2014 • 1 hour 58 seconds
One Freaking App
In this episode, we discuss our reactions to what was presented and announced at the Salesforce.com Dreamforce 2014 Conference.Dreamforce 2014Salesforce AnalyticsSalesforce1 LightningWill.i.am Introduces the Puls Smartwach
04/11/2014 • 1 hour 23 minutes 25 seconds
Something Is Different about This Cookie
In this episode, we discuss annoying Salesforce ads, inconsistent session ids between Salesforce domains, Salesforce hacks, an update on Coin, features highlighted from the Skuid Summer 14 webinar, working with communities and dealing with cached content, GoInstant service shutting down, Salesforce SOS, and Salesforce.com Q2 earnings.Coin Credit CardSkuid Summer 14 Release NotesGoInstant - Time to Say FarwellSalesforce launches Service SOS, an enterprise version of Amazon's Mayday button<a target="_blank" href="http://seekingalpha.com/article/2431785-salesforce-com-as-an-investment-a-sp
26/08/2014 • 1 hour 7 minutes 8 seconds
A Fruit Makes a Seed
In this episode, we discuss Microsoft expanding availability of Dynamics CRM to other countries, the lunacy of performance reviews, some big updates about SKUID, Oracle’s acquisition of TOA, Salesforce launches Sales Reach, a few thoughts on Salesforce joining BSA, and a discussion on how Salesforce uses open source.Delivering on the promise of the Microsoft Cloud for Business – Microsoft Dynamics CRM expands availabilityIncentive Pay Considered Harmful (Performance Reviews)Skuid hires Mike Duensing as CTO<a target="_blank" href="https://co
08/08/2014 • 1 hour 9 minutes 41 seconds
When I Was 21 I Made Ginger Ale
In this episode, we discuss whether layoffs at Microsoft could have an impact on Salesforce.com, visualforce stripping out html comments, the good and bad of commenting code, diversity at Salesforce.com, and some thoughts on Salesforce acquiring RelateIQ.Why The Layoffs At Microsoft Are Bad News For Salesforce.comStop Stripping HTML Comments from Visualforce PagesBatman Day!</span
05/08/2014 • 54 minutes 38 seconds
No Soup for You!
In this episode we discuss Benioff getting denied service at a fancy restaurant, the technology behind StarTrek replicators (yeah we geeked out for a bit), an update on Benioff selling shares, Salesforce Summer ’14 release dates, challenges Salesforce is likely facing releasing across an increasing number of pods, a few notable features being released for Summer ’14, the need for point-and-click tools to run unit tests, the need for Salesforce to provide better development tools, and Yoshiki.A Paris Cafe Refused To Let Billionaire CEO Marc Benioff Eat ThereSoup Nazi ClipCEO Marc Benioff H
11/07/2014 • 1 hour 2 minutes 6 seconds
A Frickin’ Little Lego Character
In this episode we discuss test-driven development (TDD) and the issues with TDD and Salesforce.com, improvements to development tools from Salesforce we would like to see, the practicality of modular development vs proprietary systems like Salesforce.com, the recent initiative on Women-In-Tech, Marc Benioff selling shares, the logistics of attending Dreamforce 2014, a really cool Lego life hack, and Netflix price increase for streaming on more than 2 screens.TDD, Straw Men, and RhetoricAtom.io Text EditorGoogle Will Pay ‘Thousands’ Of Women In Tech To Take Coding LessonsCEO Marc Benioff Has Suddenly Sold Over $23 Million In Stock This MonthLEGO Figures Make Perfect Cable Holders
06/07/2014 • 1 hour 15 minutes 35 seconds
Get Your Sport Coat On
In this episode we discuss going to Dreamforce 2014, Salesforce and Microsoft Office, wearables in an enterprise setting, the shaming school of philanthropy, optimistic locking in Salesforce.com, useless debug logs, an update on COIN, Salesforce.com as enterprise software, and Marc Benioff’s comments on Microsoft missing out on cloud computing.Dreamforce 2014Microsoft partners “pissed” about pact with SalesforceLondon’s Heron to Be Renamed Salesforce Tower After Leasing DealMarc Benioff's Public Shaming School of Philanthropy<a t
27/06/2014 • 55 minutes 1 second
Pillows, Flashlights, and iPads
In this episode we discuss using google image search to see what a company is known for, Comixology, Atlassian valued at 3.3 billion, Heartbleed bug, Salesforce backups using Backupify, Salesforce.com's new industries unit, John's new office chair the Herman Miller Embody, are tools like Docker going to overshadow PAAS, and the agony of an African programmerComixologyAtlassian Valued at $3.3 Billion Selling Business Software Sans SalespeopleSalesforce Will Pay $690M To Expand Its SF HQ Into The New Salesforce TowerHeartbleed Bug<a target="_bla
19/06/2014 • 1 hour 11 minutes 27 seconds
Diseconomies of Scale
In this episode we discuss backing up your Salesforce data, a quick discussion on press freedom, the high interest in marketing software from companies like Salesforce, Oracle, and SAP, whether Google is a threat to Salesforce, the new “One” branding and the consolidation of services that it represents, Tactile, profitability of Salesforce, Salesforce’s 15 year milestone and the big data problem, and best practices for unit test factory methods.Spanning - Salesforce Backup SoftwareNYT Reporter: Obama Administration ‘the Greatest Enemy of Press Freedom’ in a GenerationAdobe Turns Marketing Cloud up to 11 with Massive Update, Sap Deal, New Mobile ToolsAmazon and Salesforce.Com Have a New Threat: GoogleFormer Salesforce Exec Raises $11.2 mln for Software Startup
18/04/2014 • 1 hour 13 minutes 47 seconds
I Want to Introduce My Own Rat Hole
In this episode we discuss using SKUID to build custom user interfaces in Salesforce.com, developer pilot of Visualforce Remote Objects, a quick tangent on what the Salesforce1 brand is (mobile vs platform), Matt Asay’s article on buying from “…Tech Leaders, Not Haters”, Force.com and Heroku with a single click, Heroku as an enterprise platform, speculation that Oracle could make a bid to buy Salesforce.com, and Salesforce’s Q4 earnings.SKUIDVisualforce Remote ObjectsWhy You Should Buy Only From Tech Leaders, Not HatersSalesforce Bundles Force.Com and Heroku as Part of New Enterprise
31/03/2014 • 1 hour 28 minutes 32 seconds
Hardcore VB Nerds
In this episode we discuss the recent Windows 8.1 update, thoughts on should Microsoft split into three companies, Thoughtworks recommendation that Node.js is ready for adoption, Heroku XL, Cal Newport on following your passion, and Marc Benioff’s teenage affair with the Macintosh.What the Heck is Happening to Windows?Gates Spends Entire First Day Back in Office Trying to Install Windows 8.1Split Microsoft Into Three Separate CompaniesThoughtWorks - Technology Radar #PlatformsHeroku XL<a href="http://calnewport.c
12/03/2014 • 1 hour 17 minutes 3 seconds
PRAAS (PR as a Service)
In this long delayed episode we revisit our discussion on journalistic integrity, the results of the Salesforce Hackathon, Salesforce’s growth as a company, opinions on Microsofts Windows everywhere model, and touch a bit on NSA and its potential affect on the cloud industry.TWIT Podcast #434Dirty Salesforce HackathonHow Not to Run a HackathonSalesforce Rights The Dreamforce Hackathon WrongsCan Salesforce.com Grow Into a $10 Billion Company?<a href="http://venturebeat.com/2013/12/30/microsoft-reportedly-develop
06/03/2014 • 57 minutes 46 seconds
In this episode we discuss the updated Force.com IDE, Salesforce1 for mobile devices, Salesforce new hire Keith Block, the Hour of Code campaign, CouchDB creator Damien Katz joins Salesforce, and Oracles purchase of Responsys.Force.com IDE UpdatedSalesforce1 Mobile DevelopmentSalesforce hires Keith BlockThe Hour of CodePlease Don't Le
13/01/2014 • 1 hour 18 minutes 19 seconds
Safety Goggles are Not Rock ’n’ Roll
In this episode Jeremy coins the term "Shell-Force” and we discuss the Shell Black Whiteboard YouTube video series, Amazon drones, Jeremy gets the new Retina iPad Mini, the Microsoft PawnStars Scroogled Chromebook ad, Salesforce.com hackathon, journalistic integrity, do you really need a PaaS solution, Marc Benioff offering to host Healthcare.gov, Salesforce field history retention pilot, thoughts on how Force.com should be replaced with Huroku, and the start of a much larger discussion on why SaaS hasn’t proven to be profitable.Shell BlackShell Black WhiteBoard YouTube SeriesPaper Pencil (Stylus)PawnStars Scroogled Chromebook Ad<a target="_blank
17/12/2013 • 1 hour 25 minutes 33 seconds
Coming Down from the Hype
In this episode we discuss the hype generated by the Salesforce Dreamforce conference, the Salesforce1 platform, what happened to the social enterprise, perspectives on what it means to be a customer company, HP Superpod, Salesforce $1M hackathon controversy, 10x more APIs, and Heroku1.Salesforce1 PlatformSalesforce KeynotesHP SuperpodSalesforce $1M Hackathon Controversy10x More Salesforce APIsHer
03/12/2013 • 1 hour 3 minutes 42 seconds
In this episode we discuss Heroku’s updated Postgres DB features, new Amazon AWS Services, Microsoft ending stack ranking, Coin credit card, Salesforce outages, the upcoming Salesforce Dreamforce 2013 conference, and the Salesforce UI in general.Heroku + PostgresAmazon WorkshopsAmazon App StreamingOnlive GamingMicrosoft and Stack RankingsCoin Credit CardSalesforce OutagesReactions to <a target="_blank" href="http://www.forbes.com/sites
26/11/2013 • 1 hour 16 minutes 8 seconds
Push the Reset Button on Your Mantras
In this episode we discuss some comments by Marc Benioff in a recent interview, reported numbers on AppExchange sales figures, unit testing, lack of information on the Salesforce.com Trust site, and a mention on who is headlining the Dreamforce 2013 keynotes.Okta Identity Management ServiceMarc Benioff’s thoughts on Microsofts Future and Apple's future without Steve JobsAppExchange App MarginsUnit Testing other developers code is frus
20/11/2013 • 43 minutes 11 seconds
The Nerdy Guys Trying to Be Cool
In this episode we discuss the Salesforce Dreamforce 2013 conference, the million dollar mobile hackathon contest, Heroku and limits of the Salesforce.com Apex language, the shutdown of Do.com, Women in Tech, and Hibernate compatibility issues with Spring.Salesforce Dreamforce 2013 Conference Salesforce $1 Million HackathonKinveyHeroku Salesforce says goodbye to Do.comWoman in TechHibernate compatibility issues with Spring
11/11/2013 • 53 minutes 37 seconds
Get off your spreadsheets people!
In this episode we discuss the aquisition of CoreMatix by Perficient, Workday partnership with Salesforce.com, GoDaddy acquisition of Media Temple, and a few thoughts on Salesforce Files and Identity services.Perficient acquires CoreMatrixSalesforce and Workday Partnership Workday Big Data Analytics Salesforce Q2 Numbers GoDaddy acquires Media Temple - Chris Coyier’s thoughts on the acquisition S
27/10/2013 • 50 minutes 42 seconds
A Cacophony of MVPs
In this episode we discuss recent articles concerning Salesforce.com as an Enterprise Platform. We discuss the pros and cons of Salesforce as a platform and debate what the platform can deliver today vs what we feel is more marketing hype than reality.
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