ELEVATE Your Salesforce Platform Skills at the Chicago Hands-on Developer Workshop

As part of our mission to train the world, the Salesforce Developer Relations team is headed, this time to Chicago, to bring its Platform ELEVATE workshop to developers wanting to build apps in the cloud.

As part of our mission to train the world, the Salesforce Developer Relations team is headed this time to Chicago to bring its Platform ELEVATE workshop to developers wanting to build apps in the cloud. Salesforce Platform ELEVATE is a FREE one-day, hands-on developer workshop designed to teach both beginning and advanced developers how to build cloud applications on the Salesforce Platform.

  • As a new developer, you’ll learn step-by-step how to quickly build a cloud app while learning the foundations of the platform in this hands-on tutorial. By the end of the workshop you’ll be able to create an app using point-and-click development and extend your app using Visualforce and Apex Code.
  • The advanced track picks up where the beginner track leaves off, walking you through unit testing, generating non-HTML pages with Visualforce, Using Apex triggers, asynchronous data handling, and more.

The Chicago ELEVATE workshop will be led by veteran Salesforce technical gurus Josh Birk @joshbirk and Ryan Upton @ryanjupton.

Come learn how to build declarative apps with security and identity built in, utilize Visualforce and extend apps with Apex while getting the latest tips, tricks, techniques and best practices for building apps in the cloud.

We will be at the Gleacher CenterFriday, July 12th starting at 8:00 am. We are nearly sold-out, but you still have time to book your seat. Register, pack your laptop and join us for this information-packed event that will raise your cloud developer skills to the next level. If you have any questions about the workshop, feel free to contact me @kavindrapatel

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June 27, 2013
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ELEVATE Your Salesforce Platform Skills at the Chicago Hands-on Developer Workshop