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Hosted by consultant and Salesforce MVP, Matthew Morris.
The Technology Flows podcast hears from Salesforce employees, partners, users and community advocates to get their opinions on how the future is being redistributed.

Technology Flows : Salesforce Architecture Podcast Technology Flows

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Hosted by consultant and Salesforce MVP, Matthew Morris.
The Technology Flows podcast hears from Salesforce employees, partners, users and community advocates to get their opinions on how the future is being redistributed.

    Peter Coffee talking AI, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Predictive Analytics

    Peter Coffee talking AI, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Predictive Analytics

    Peter Coffee (@PeterCoffee) is a repeat guest on the TechnologyFlows podcast.  With a seemingly bottomless bag of statistics, quotes, anecdotes, and historical references to back up his opinions it always makes for a fascinating discussion.
    This conversation was recorded live in front of an audience at Dreamforce 2017 in San Francisco.  Peter's energy and enthusiasm were in full effect even as we were setting up the podcast recorder!
     
    I hope that you enjoy the show.  Please leave feedback on the blog at TechnologyFlows.com or tweet me directly, I am @matmorris
    Recorded in November 2017
    This podcast interview was first published by Technologyflows.com
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    • 26 Min.
    Requirements evaluation & solution fit with Doug Ayers

    Requirements evaluation & solution fit with Doug Ayers

    In this episode I will be speaking with Doug Ayers (@DouglasCAyers) about his approach to interpreting requirements and evaluating the options to architect a solution.
    As an experienced web application developer coming to the Salesforce platform more than 5 years ago, Doug already had extensive technical skills which he could to use to grasp Apex and Visualforce, but how did he adapt to working on a platform?  I asked Doug about his own experiences and the lessons which he now teaches to fellow developers.  We discuss the value of asking more questions to uncover the depths of requirements and how the significance of considering the way a  solution will be maintained over its lifetime is as important as how easily it can be created.
    Doug's a problem solver, as can be seen from his GitHub repository which hosts multiple utilities he has created to fill gaps in Salesforce functionality.  For example when Doug saw a question on Twitter asking how to migrate Salesforce notes & attachments data into the new Notes feature, he did some research and found that the feature wasn't available out of the box.  So he wrote it himself!  He did the same for migrating file attachments to Chatter files, he created an automation Bot for Chatter groups, enhanced Campaign member management, the list goes on.   You can read for yourself on Doug's blog at douglascayers.com.
    You can find Doug on Twitter @DouglasCAyers.
    Please leave feedback on the blog at TechnologyFlows.com or tweet me directly, I am @matmorris
    Recorded in June 2017
    This podcast interview was first published by Technologyflows.com
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    • 30 Min.
    Processing Large Data Volumes using PK Chunking & Hyperbatch with Daniel Peter

    Processing Large Data Volumes using PK Chunking & Hyperbatch with Daniel Peter

    In this episode I will be speaking with Daniel Peter (@danieljpeter) about processing large volumes of data on Salesforce.
    Daniel is Lead Application Developer at Kenandy, an ISV who had built an ERP solution on the Salesforce Platform.
    Daniel’s first hand experience of how the Salesforce multi-tenant database behaves has lead him to develop techniques for processing tens of millions of records.
    He will describe the techniques which he has refined to ensure SOQL queries are executed with consistent reliability and not fall foul of the most common exceptions relating to row selection, which are:
    Non-selective query Too many query rows returned Query time out during execution Daniel will explain how the Batch Apex query locator can be used to implement a technique called PK chunking which allows fine-grained control of the number of rows to be processed in each batch which largely overcomes the 3 common exceptions.
    Daniel has even gone as far as experimenting with parallel execution through his Hyperbatch open source project which you can download from GitHub.
    Whether your Salesforce database contains tens of thousands or rows or or if you’re up into the 10 of millions Daniel’s tips on working with multi-tenancy are a real eye opener as to what is possible when you design for scale from the outset.
    Please enjoy!
    Please leave feedback on the blog at TechnologyFlows.com or tweet me directly, I am @matmorris
    Recorded in June 2017
    This podcast interview was first published by Technologyflows.com
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    • 36 Min.
    Serverless Architecture with Francis Pindar - June 2017

    Serverless Architecture with Francis Pindar - June 2017

    In this series of interviews I will be speaking with  people on the frontline of Salesforce architecture & development.
    In this first episode of the Architect Series my guest is Francis Pindar which is very fitting as he was one of the pioneers of the UK Salesforce Community scene and one of the first people that I came into contact with when I got involved with Salesforce back in 2010.
    Since then he’s continues to be a source of ideas and wisdom to me and countless others.
    Francis is:
    5x Salesforce MVP (2012 – Present) Salesforce Certified Sales Consultant, Service Consultant, Developer, Administrator & Advanced Administrator. AWS Certified Architect – Associate TOGAF9 Certified Enterprise Architect BCS Certified Enterprise Architect Francis has worked in internet technologies for 20 years, the last 10 of which have been on the Salesforce Platform.
    He is a specialist in the areas of Enterprise Architecture Design, Business Process Improvement, Project Leadership, Business Analysis & Migration strategies. 
    Follow Francis:
    https://twitter.com/radnip
    http://www.radnip.com/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbPyfToAJcUCDxIEuqlfVqA
    Recorded in June 2017
    This podcast interview was first published by Technologyflows.com
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    • 33 Min.
    Peter Coffee on historical references and future successes

    Peter Coffee on historical references and future successes

    In conversation with Peter Coffee (@petercoffee) at the November 2016 French Touch Dreamin' conference in Paris.
    Peter is VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce and his Twitter bio describes him thus; "I work with app developers and CIOs to build a global community of innovation, service and success".
    As you will hear, Peter is never stuck for a quote, a metric or a research finding to support his arguments that when building modern software architectures, there is no advantage in duplicating what has been done in times past.
    Please leave feedback on the blog at TechnologyFlows.com or tweet me directly, I am @matmorris.
    Enjoy the show...
     

    • 29 Min.
    Dreamforce IoT Zone 2015 With Pat Patterson Doug Merrett And Marc Benioff

    Dreamforce IoT Zone 2015 With Pat Patterson Doug Merrett And Marc Benioff

    This week we are paying a visit to the Dreamforce IoT Zone.

    We’ll hear from Doug Merrett and his robot Sparky.  Doug is a Principal Enterprise Architect at Salesforce.

    Even though it is 2015 and these techniques have been used for decades to build cars and sort parcels for delivery, not everyone makes the connection that the software which they use on their phone or web browser can affect and interact with the physical world, and for me this is really what the IoT Zone at Dreamforce is all about, helping people imagine what is possible and apply what they have learned to their own situation.

    The technology of IoT has progressed rapidly and has made its way into many products we come into contact with every day. Before we get to Doug and Sparky, we have a tour of the IoT Zone from Pat Patterson.  Pat is Developer Evangelist Architect at Salesforce https://www.linkedin.com/in/metadaddy and he walked and talked me around some of the major products on show which are connected through the new Salesforce IoT cloud.  You can tweet Pat @metadaddy

    All the technology related zones at Dreamforce on the second floor of the Moscone West building were buzzing and they clearly made an impact on Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff as he gave mention in his Q&A session to both Adam Seligman, Senior VP Developer Relations and to Pat.

    I really hope that you enjoy this weeks show.  You can subscribe to Technology Flows on iTunes and please feel free to leave feedback on the blog at TechnologyFlows.com or tweet me directly, I am @matmorris

    • 21 Min.

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