Sometimes you just want to send a crapload of email from Salesforce.com. However, like every PaaS platform there are limits baked into the multi-tenant environment so you don't stomp on other tenants'
So a few months ago I promised to put together a Spring / Chatter / App Engine demo that could be possibly ported to VMforce. Since our Handbook is off to the printers, I'm back
Salesforce.com invited me to attend Cloudforce last Tuesday to demo my Salesforce Chatter for Android app. The reception was incredible and there is a big push to get a Salesforce.com app
My blog has been a little quiet since I left for Google IO a few weeks ago and this is primarily the reason why. In addition to my day job I've been working
I'm back from Google I/O 2010 in San Francisco and am finally able to take a breath. There were over 5,000 developers, 90+ technical sessions, over 180 companies peddling their tech
At Appirio not only do we develop cloud-based applications for our customers but we build a lot of dog-food applications that we use internally. Developed by our own Jason Kadarusman, our cloud fabric
Cross-posted at the Appirio Tech Blog. At Appirio we've been excited about Salesforce Chatter for quite a while. We firmly believe that Chatter has the potential to bridge the gap between enterprise applications
I'm working on a demo for Google App Engine that connects to one of our Salesforce.com Sandboxes (hope to be done tomorrow or Monday). The Force.com Web Service Connector (WSC) project
I've been working on a new project the past couple of weeks that (fortunately) requires Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and I wanted to use the new UiBinder that was released with GWT 2.
I ran across Max Ross' blog today (he's a App Engine Engineer working on persistence) and was surprised to find a wealth of articles, code and tips on persistence using JDO and JPA
One of my fellow Appirians sent me an email today pointing me to the AppWrench site. AppWrench is a profiling tool for App Engine that runs both locally (for free!) and for applications
In Winter '10, Salesforce.com released the Apex Scheduler. This feature allows you to schedule Apex classes to run at specific times. The features appears to be widely popular (200+ votes on the