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.
Grown Ass Man
In this relatively brief episode, we discuss the performance of the new Apple M1 Macbooks, Larry Ellison's comments on new marketing tools, and an update on Jeremy's homebrew setup.
How Local Development Is Dying and Why it's For the Better | Hacker NoonChairman Larry Ellison Wants It All—Can Oracle Get It?The Future of CX, Featuring Larry Ellison - YouTube
In this episode, we discuss Microsoft's partnership with Adobe and C3, GitHub source code leak, a new CEO tax in San Francisco, and the unintended consequences of certifications and the H1B system.
Microsoft Teams With Adobe and C3.ai to Take on Salesforce on Its Home Turf - BloombergSF voters approve first-in-the-nation CEO tax that targets inequality | CalMattersGitHub’s source code was leaked on GitHub last night… sort of | Ars Technica
A Medium to Flavor
In this episode, we listen to and share our thoughts on several topics from clips sourced from various technology related podcasts.
In this episode, we discuss Tableau CRM, Otka, Work.com, reliance on automation, architecture and solution design, and the community thread on what you would do to not mess up a new Salesforce Org.
Tableau and Einstein Analytics Come Together to Drive Analytics UbiquityOkta and Salesforce Partner to Build Trust with Work.com | Seeking Alpha
You Can’t Lick Your Way to Namespaces
Note, this is not one of our traditional shows. It is our first remote recording since the pandemic from our favorite bar, and things get candid. We barely talk Salesforce. John curses while Jeremy tries to keep the show on track. It might even be our last show...who knows. Listen at your own discretion.
Developer Quick Takes - YouTubeMaximize Your Return on Experience With Experience Cloud - Salesforce BlogIntroducing a new way to bring Tableau analytics into Salesforce | Tableau SoftwareJeff Bezos opening tuition-free preschools for underserved kids - Business InsiderStarting Up: Reed Hastings on Netflix's unorthodox management strategy - Business InsiderNo Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention: Hastings, Reed, Meyer, Erin: 9781984877864: Amazon.com: BooksChris Peterson on Twitter: "Request for comment: people keep using Apex collections that contain null or empty string as bind variables in queries by accident, causing perf problems. I'm struggling to think of a good solution. Anybody have novel ideas?" / Twitter
Fear of Missing Emails
In this episode, we are joined by members of the Good Day, Sir! community to discuss our highlights from the Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes.
Salesforce Winter '21 Release NotesBenioff: Salesforce & Tableau Was Best Software Acquisition of All Time
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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..