Force.com Canvas is one of our newest technologies that allows any app in any language to run within the Salesforce UI. This, in turn, opens the door for many organizations that need a way to unlock their existing apps and make them as social. Now, we’re bringing the learning experience to you, inviting you to meet the experts, network with peers, and hack the next Canvas-built app.

Salesforce Developer Garage is a FREE developer event, that allows the developer community to come together to hack, hear experts on what’s new and cool with the Salesforce Platform, as well as exchange ideas with each other. I can envision this developer activity resulting in killer apps coming out of the Developer Garage. Will it be a mobile app? A web app? An app for non-profits? Community projects? We will provide a free development environment, while you bring your creativity to build your app.

I am privileged to have our Force.com experts talk about an amazing new technology from salesforce.com, namely Force.com Canvas, a great technology to add to your skill set. I have asked @extraidea (Jay Hurst), our PM for Force.com Canvas to provide a big picture by discussing the Force.com Canvas Framework. Followed by @joshbirk (Josh Birk), our Developer Evangelist that will talk about integration technologies, including Oauth and the REST API. Josh will also dive deep into some of the platform features that enable third-party apps to communicate with Salesforce. Finally, Josh will provide you with a good understanding on how identity and authentication are handled with the Salesforce Platform, and different options for integrating various technologies.

To get things started, join us for the first Salesforce Developer Garage taking place at The Hub Seattle on Wednesday, March 27 over free dinner and cool giveaways.
To make sure we have a good count on our dinner order, please register for free.

Date and Location:
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The Hub Seattle
220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA
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