Community Update: Wiki Pruning, lots of Code Samples and IDE/Workbench/Google news | Salesforce Developers Blog

It’s been far too long since the previous community update. To be fair, I have been doing a fair bit of traveling, mostly on the Tour de Force. Check out our videos from the Dublin event for a taste. In the interim we’ve released the awesome Google Data API Toolkit, and a new version of the Force.com IDE.

Besides the events, I’ve been doing a fair bit of blogging and learning about the platform. Right now I’m spending a lot of time pruning the wiki. I hope to make a few improvements, including making things a little easier to find. I’ve also started to use some of the wiki capabilities such as categories. So for example, here is a page of multimedia items on the wiki. It’s not complete yet, but I hope you find it useful. Feel free to ping me about the wiki and any changes you would like to see (or not to see 🙂 ).

Enjoy the rest of this post, wherein I point to most of the new items that have appeared on developer.force.com recently.

Regards,
Jon

Resources

We have a couple of new resources for you:

Code

Check out the following new code samples:

Many thanks to Andrew Waite and Rasmus Mencke for these great samples.

Blogs

Here are some blog posts that caught my eye:

Multimedia

The following events/screencasts/webinars are now available for your viewing pleasure:

Upcoming Events

From our event calendar, we have the following events that may interest you:

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Education Services

Education services have two upcoming courses:

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