TechnoMile and Salesforce is hosting a free ‘BA & Developer Workshop’ on April 15th at the St. Regis in Washington, DC.
This event should prove to be a phenomenal opportunity to further develop your Salesforce skills. Moreover, you’ll have the chance to network with 20-25 other Salesforce admins, analysts, and developers at similar customer companies in the Washington DC region.
Developer Workshop Overview:
Learn how to create custom business applications in the cloud. With the Salesforce1 Platform, you can create relational data models that enforce business logic and can be accessed via a web browser or mobile device. This workshop will walk the attendee through creating an example cloud based business application, starting with modeling our data covering items such as Integration, Portals and Process Workflow.
- Developers will then break out and get to experience coding in the salesforce.com platform, such as Apex and Visualforce, API queries, Event Logging and Heroku.
- Non developers will break out to learn about Reporting and Dashboards, enabling Mobile access to the system, how to set users and how to govern and manage changes in your deployment.
We will regroup and finish the session with a sneak preview of Salesforce.com’s Platform Product Roadmap, including information in their upcoming Big Data platform, and finishing with a group exercise to identify apps you can build for your business immediately.
This is a workshop with handson exercises. Please bring a laptop that can access the Internet.
This workshop is for:
- Anyone new to the Salesforce1 Platform, such as System Administrators or Business Analysts looking to learn the basics of declarative programming (point+click / drag+drop)
- Any developer looking how to use the more advanced features and learn how Program in the salesforce platform.
It is especially useful when you send a few developers and/or business analysts to the event. Two things happen: First, while you are building the app, you’re also talking to your colleague to discuss various use cases for the platform within your own business. Secondly, you have the opportunity to listen to other customers and hear how they’ve used Salesforce to solve common business problems and integrate with their internal systems.
If you’d like to attend, just contact us and we will work to secure your participation
We hope to see you there!