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http://tier10lab.com/2011/10/26/senior-web-designer-tommy-weltis-top-6-highlights-of-dreamforce-2011/ -- Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti and 3 others from Tier10 Marketing had the opportunity to ...

http://tier10lab.com/2011/10/26/senior-web-designer-tommy-weltis-top-6-highlights-of-dreamforce-2011/ -- Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti and 3 others from Tier10 Marketing had the opportunity to attend Dreamforce 2011. While there, Tommy learned about a variety of different products and services that integrate with Salesforce. Below is Tommy’s list describing the sessions and services that [...]

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    Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti's Top 6 Highlights of Dreamforce 2011 Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti's Top 6 Highlights of Dreamforce 2011 Document Transcript

    •    Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti’s Top 6 Highlightsof Dreamforce 2011http://tier10lab.com/2011/10/26/senior-web-designer-tommy-weltis-top-6-highlights-of-dreamforce-2011/October 26, 2011By Tommy WeltiLast August, Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti and 3 other creatives from Tier10 Marketing had theopportunity to attend Dreamforce 2011. While there, Tommy learned about a variety of different productsand services that integrate with Salesforce. Below is Tommy’s list describing the sessions and servicesthat left an impression.1. Building Websites in the Cloud with SiteforceThe presenters led us step-by-step in creating a new site in Siteforce, which is the fastest way to builddata-rich websites in the Cloud with Salesforce, and includes site hosting, content management, adatabase and a content delivery network all in the cloud. Whether youre creating simple forms or anelaborate shopping cart, Siteforce lets you build a data-rich site faster than you could using traditional,less intuitive development platforms. These sites live in a secure cloud, which can use your own domainname just as we are using today for example with paragoncars.com.  
    • 2. Getting Started with VisualforceThis framework, which includes a tag-based markup language, Apex, allows developers to buildsophisticated, custom user interfaces that can be hosted natively on the Force.com platform. Visualforceis intended solely for internally facing Salesforce web pages used by the administrators and others withpermission to view these pages.3. Force.com on the Cutting EdgeAfter listening to the two presenters, Joe and I both had a new level of respect for what they can do,which involves a lot of "getting" "forking" and "pushing" data from one location to another. The testprogram these guys were using in the presentation was called "FleshEatingPeaches"; if that speaks toany of you developers out there, you know what type of atmosphere was going on in this session.Force.com is used in Salesforce to quickly and easily build and deploy apps for your business.4. Collaboration, Innovation, and Business TransformationThis presentation by Google emphasized the social, mobile and local aspects of the way wecommunicate with each other today: socially through Google Plus and Gmail, mobilely through GoogleChat and Google Apps, and now locally through Google Hangouts, where you can have a seamless videoconference experience without the headache of all those prehistoric video conferencing setups andtrouble shooting.5. The Developer ZoneWith three main sections for Force.com, Database.com and Heroku, the developer zone had covered allits bases. We picked up some handy Force.com and Heroku workbooks on Building Your First App in theCloud, Automating Your Business Processes, Heroku for Java, Heroku Postgres and a cool little cheatsheet for writing Git commands in the Terminal.6. Radian6 (at the Salesforce Campground)Radian6 helps your business listen to, analyze, measure, and engage in conversations across the socialweb. Using desktop and mobile apps, you can track conversations, learn about your companys brandand engage with your customers in real time.These were only a few of the services that stood out; there were many other interesting, useful solutionsfor working with Salesforce. I am looking forward to working with Salesforce in the coming weeks andseeing how our company here at Tier10 Marketing will grow from the true power Salesforce.To learn more about Tommy Welti’s experience at Dreamforce, please read Four Days at Dreamforcewith Senior Web Designer Tommy Welti.http://www.Tier10Lab.comhttp://www.twitter.com/Tier10Labhttp://www.facebook.com/Tier10Marketinghttp://www.Tier10Marketing.com