For the business whose long term strategy is bootstrapping, doing it effectively is literally the difference between success or failure. They’re operating without a net. But even for businesses whose plan is to raise investment capital, bootstrapping increases the value of the company and creates operational rigor that will serve them well over time.
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The Dreamforce 2013 Hackathon was Challenging! A team of two + new technologies + a full schedule of meetings and presentations = the best of times + the worst of times. Our goal for the Hackathon was to develop a proof-of-concept mobile customer-engagement solution using newly-released iBeacon proximity sensing technology. Fast forward 5 months…
The June 14, 2013, NYC Customer Company Tour will feature a great DevZone. We’ll have a live Intro Workshop, a complete Developer Theater line up, and the ever popular mini-hacks. Click in to register and see all the details.
The goal of fast application development using the Salesforce platform is very appealing and the latest release has attracted over 800,000 developers. Heroku (part of the Salesforce family) is also attracting a lot of attention. By allowing developers to deploy their applications live with a simple git push command, it helps make continuous deployment a […]
Next week, April 26th, I will be in Salt Lake City for the Salt Lake City Salesforce User & Developer Meetup with a bunch of friends from the Salesforce community. The agenda, provided in the post, should set us up for a great event!
For those of you looking for a particularly technical way to honor Veterans Day this year, you should look no further than the Veterans HackDay 2011, an event brought to you jointly by LinkedIn and the White House. This online contest will be taking project submissions starting on Friday the 11th through Monday the 14th. […]