Decoding Salesforce

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We have a new developer-focus Salesforce blog out there. It’s called Decoding Salesforce feed-icon-12x12.png. According to the About page on the site:

The decoding salesforce blog is developed as a way for Eoin and Ale to talk about the development of scripts/formulas and customization for the salesforce.com application.

We both work with salesforce on a daily basis as administrators and have extensively customized our applications to serve our business purposes. Please feel free to add comments/questions to the posts as we go along and we’ll do our best to answer them.

Finally if you have any ideas or would like to contribute to this site please let us know at team(at)salesforce(dot)phollaio(dot)com

This project, and the associated code, are developed by us, and are not officially supported, associated or endorsed by Salesforce.com.

There are a bunch of interesting posts so far, but an interesting idea is their set of bookmarklets called SFDCMe.

The goal of SFDCMe is to implement a few, useful bookmarklets to avoid Salesforce.com Support Reps spending a ridiculous amount of time clicking here, there

Nice to see more Salesforce developer-focused blogs out there.

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