We are software engineers that focus on developing custom software solutions for the Salesforce.com Platform. We started this podcast to share our conversations around software development, technology, and the Salesforce.com Platform. Our goal is to keep developers and non-developers informed with our own unique brand of casual, honest, and entertaining commentary.
Angle Brackets All the Way Down
In this episode, we get a surprise visit from Stephan Chandler-Garcia, a Developer Advocate at Salesforce, to chat about various Salesforce developer topics and events.
Special Guest: Stephan Chandler-Garcia.
Salesforce Developers - YouTubeExperience Cloud with Khushwant Singh - Salesforce AdminsSave the Date Dreamforce 2022 - Salesforce.com
In this episode, we discuss marketing cloud branding changes, Salesforce's acquisition of Phennecs, Heroku, and highlights from the TrailblazerDX conference keynotes.
Salesforce+ TrailblazerDXSalesforce Completes Acquisition of Privacy Compliance Firm PhennecsHeroku Security Notification | Hacker NewsSalesforce TrailblazerDX 2022 Opens with Flow, Slack, MuleSoft and Tableau News Salesforce DevOps Center Public Beta Due in JuneTDX 2022 Montage
In this episode, we discuss desk ergonomics, experience building a complex web component, managing system limits at runtime, Microsoft's Power Platform, Thoughtworks Technology Radar, voice-driven coding, companies encouraging employees to return to the office, and Salesforce's global partnership with Formula 1.
Slack Discussion - Managing Limits at RuntimeMicrosoft has a platform that could drive more growth than Office (NASDAQ:MSFT) | Seeking AlphaTechnology Radar | An opinionated guide to technology frontiers | ThoughtworksNew Salesforce AI chief eyes a future with voice-driven coding | TechCrunchSalesforce to revolutionise Formula 1’s fan engagement and accelerate its sustainability efforts with 5-year partnership | Formula One World Championship LimitedGoogle’s former HR chief says your boss wants to boil you slowly like a frog to get you back in the office, and it will be terrible for morale and productivityApple Return to Office Policy Faces Discontent From Employees (AAPL) - Bloomberg
I Don't like Your Title
In this episode, we discuss the 3 elements of Agile, Amazon's metaverse-like game to train people on AWS, Platform events publish callbacks pilot, Salesforce's wellness retreat, claymorphism and design trends, certification stacking, and is it ok to admit when a solution is to complex for you to delivery.
Amazon launches metaverse-like game to train people how to use AWSRaj Advani on Twitter: "Platform Events users we've heard you. We know that you need visibility into whether your publish was successful or not. We have a new pilot called Publish Callbacks. Let me know if you are interested" / TwitterForget the Office—Salesforce Is Making a Wellness Retreat for Workers - WSJRepublican National Committee sues Jan 6. committee over subpoena of vendor Salesforce - The Washington PostClaymorphism: Will It Stick Around? — Smashing MagazineStop stacking certifications if you don’t have project experience : salesforceDev Advise : salesforce
A Listening Session
In this episode, we discuss learning fatigue, multi-factor authentication (MFA) fatigue, Slack's recent outage, NFTs, and initial impressions of using Lightning Web Runtime (LWR) to create an Experience Site.
Current MFA Fatigue Attack Campaign Targeting Microsoft Office 365 Users - GoSecureSalesforce teams with AWS on direct-to-consumer streaming media solution | TechCrunchSalesforce Employees Rebelling Against NFT PlansSlack investigating Tuesday morning outageHeroku was Down | Hacker News4 Red Flags for Salesforce's Future | The Motley Fool
In this episode, we discuss the challenges of working with a large platform, #teamearth, Salesforce NFT, and other tech related topics.
"The New Frontier" Salesforce Super Bowl Ad | Join #TeamEarth w/ Matthew McConaughey & Salesforce - YouTubeSalesforce opens ranch in the California redwoods for employees to connect in personACSSSalesforce tells employees it's working on NFT cloud service — TECH
You can honestly bill for the time spent listening to this podcast as “working”, and still have fun
I mean, it’s absolutely the best: you get to learn some 100% informative stuff about Salesforce, AND some tangentially related yet curious tech stuff, AND some totally unrelated fun stuff. And to top it all off, it’s entertaining as hell and absolutely free of marketing BS or any other kind of pandering. I wish I could model my blog after this awesomeness.
From Russia with love,
P.S. I suggest you guys shouldn’t consider buying SF stock. Even past the ridiculous P/E ratio, since your job is also dependent on SF-that’s too much eggs for one basket.
No BS Salesforce Commentary
I’ve listened to this podcast for almost three years now. Every time I turn it on I feel kindred spirits in Jeremy and John as they openly discuss the positives and negatives of releases, feature updates and news around Salesforce. They hold no punches in their assessments, which is so refreshing. At last I’ve found a podcast that isn’t corrupted by sales. I am not a developer (in the traditional sense of the word), but I love listening to the dev angle because it makes me aware of an important element I might otherwise ignore. Excellent dialogue and commentary. Keep it up, you guys. Beer talk adds levity I enjoy, don’t ever lose it.
Why are those two talking about the new sound system and Disneyland trip (for like 12 mins)?
Small talks are good but diving into the crux fairly quickly is important. This is the first (and perhaps the only time) I’ve listened to them..