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Salesforce Atlanta Hackathon

I’m pumped about the upcoming Salesforce hackathon next week. It feels like the Atlanta Developer User Group has had a few false starts so far, and there hasn’t been a very active developer community here.  This has always seemed odd to me given Atlanta’s size and the number of Salesforce customers that exist here.  This event should be great for […]

Display Inaccessible Objects to (Salesforce) Portal Users

It’s quite late, and I can’t think of anything particularly clever to say, so I’ll just get straight to the point. If you’ve ever built a custom portal using Salesforce Sites then you’ve most likely had to navigate your way through the various portal licenses at some point. Let’s see, there’s a Customer Portal, a […]

Summer ’11 Master-Detail Quirk [UPDATED]

*****UPDATE June 30, 2011****** Shortly after this post I was contacted by Salesforce’s Apex product manager who wanted to follow up on this issue and help resolve it.  Major kudos to Salesforce for monitoring the blogosphere and addressing the problems of their partners and customers.  After spending some time trying to recreate this problem the […]

Will Handle Big Data?

I’m really looking forward to next week’s sneak peek webinar of Salesforce’s new DaaS (database-as-a-service) appropriately named Salesforce is touting the new service as the premiere cloud database for enterprises “that is designed for the next generation of collaborative, mobile and real-time apps.” The question I have is will give any real or […]