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by Wes Nolte
by Keir Bowden
Join Force.com MVP Keir Bowden (aka Bob Buzzard) for this session
on the journey from getting started with Force.com development, through the
layers of Salesforce.com certification to the final destination of Technical
Architect. Don't miss this opportunity to question one who has conquered
the review board!
by Ali Najefi
Learn how Standard Life Investments has transitioned Force.com developments from a business service into a technology service. This session will provide insights into challenges faced introducing a Platform as a Service technology for the first time, the successes so far, the platform restrictions to be overcome, and the future for Force.com in Standard Life Investments.
by Quinton Wall
Almost every organization has existing applications that employees and customers access every day. But they are not social. Salesforce Chatter and the Chatter REST API make it easy for developers to turn applications such as Intranets and portals, custom mobile apps, and other enterprise systems into social apps. This session will describe how to leverage Chatter and the Chatter REST API to build engaging apps on Force.com and any other platform or device that supports REST. In addition, we will also give you a glimpse at what's next for the Chatter REST API with pilot features coming in Summer '12.
by Dan Reid
As the world's leading Electronic Signature Solution, DocuSign is a natural "add on" to nearly any business process. But in the massively flexible Force.com platform, it is often tricky to figure out how you as a customer, or a partner can best plug this technology in. This session talks about the design and philosophy behind DocuSign's world class API and integration strategy. Come to this session for a hands on look at how you can bolt DocuSign into almost anything (Force.com or otherwise) in minutes.
Force.com is the leading PaaS solution designed to let you rapidly build custom applications for the cloud via configuration-driven development, and programatic logic with Apex and Visualforce. With Force.com, you can design open. mobile, social, and real-time apps in the cloud 5 times faster than traditional software development approaches. This session shall provide an overview of the Force.com Platform, and how to get started building your first app in the cloud.
Traditional integration models poll for data updates. This model is resource intensive, and complex. The Streaming API provides a subscriber-based solution to deliver updates in near real time. This session will demonstrate the Streaming API via an example app, deployed on Heroku, and review how the salesforce.com Service Cloud, and leading customers, are taking advantage of the Streaming API.
An open Q&A with developers and product managers from the Apex Code and Developer Console teams. Come find out what's new and what's coming soon in native Force.com code and tools.
This talk will present a set of more advanced techniques for testing your Force.com code such as mocking, stubbing, and proper unit testing. Learn how such techniques help you strive for faster, stabler, and more flexible code, and more about the possible future directions of testing code on the Force.com platform.
22nd May 2012