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twitter.pngI have created a Twitter account for Arrowpointe. Follow it at http://twitter.com/arrowpointe. A direct RSS feed can be found here.

This will be an informal line of communication. I have it hooked up to my IM, so I am more likely to post nuggets of info about Salesforce.com as I am learning it rather than saving things for a longer post or, perhaps, forgetting to post them. It will probably be relatively active during Dreamforce too. Use of it will probably evolve a little as I get used to this mini-blogging thing.

My last 5 “tweets” also appear on the right-hand side of this blog.

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Dev Life

I came across this on the forums. I guess this was a video played at the May 21 Developer’s Conference. Pretty funny.

Watch below or go to the YouTube page.

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Dreamforce 2007 Web Site

The Dreamforce website is up and running at http://www.salesforce.com/dreamforce/ or http://www.dreamforce.com/. I would expect it to be as interesting as last year. At that time, we should be getting close to GA for Apex Code, which I hear is scheduled for December 2007.

The ADN session is called “Developers @ Dreamforce” and information on it can be found at http://www.salesforce.com/dreamforce/developer/.

Register before July 16 and receive $100 off the conference fee. Pre-July 16, the fee is $899. Afterwards, it’s $999.

See you there!

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Want to blog the Salesforce Developer Conference?

As of this moment, I will not be able to attend the May 21 developer conference. If you will be attending and are interested in blogging about it on this blog, post a comment below or use the contact form to let me know . I’ll get in touch with you to discuss. If all goes well, I’ll set you up with an account on this blog during the conference.

I am looking for someone that can be objective in their analysis (i.e. not someone trying to promote their own products or overly promote/bash Salesforce). However, if you do it, I’m happy to introduce you on this blog and give you some space to promote what you do.

If you don’t have a Salesforce blog now or are thinking about starting one, this could be a good opportunity to get your feet wet and get yourself known by the community.

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Google on mashing up Google Apps & Salesforce.com

The Google Enterprise Blog feed-icon-12x12.png has a post announcing that they will be presenting on mashing up Google Apps (Gmail, Calendar, Docs & Spreadsheets) with Salesforce.com at the upcoming May 21 Developer Conference.

This should be pretty interesting for those interested in mashups. Google Apps is a very popular service for hosting your domain’s mail & calendar. It also includes a start page (which barely works) and access to Docs & Spreadsheets through your domain account. More services should be added in the future and the APIs will only get more comprehensive.

Google’s post can be found here.

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