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A Sneak Peek at Winter '09


At salesforce.com, we have been working very hard on developing Salesforce Winter '09 for its release in October. Winter '09 will be salesforce.com's third release this year and also marks our 27th release in less than 10 years, something we are...
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Cloud Computing Enhances Enterprise Development


Dustin Amrheim of IBM recently posted on Five Ways Cloud Computing Strengthens IT: Enhancing Development and Test with Cloud Computing in the Cloud Computing Journal. Dustin is a technical evangelist for IBM emerging technologies in the WebSphere...
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UX Intensive


There were a lot of interesting and challenging ideas that came up at UX Week in San Francisco this year. But its clear to me that the ideas were only part of the value. This year we set aside two whole afternoons for workshops that allowed...
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Salesforce and Google Apps


The announcement of Salesforce for Google Apps has again raised questions about why Google hasnt been successful in getting major corporations to widely deploy its Web-based productivity applications, particularly the Google Apps Premier...
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Review: Web Form Design


Its not hard to like a book on web forms that starts with the simple truth: Forms suck. Luke Wroblewskis Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks is quite a good book, filled with practical advice told in an engaging manner. I cant imagine any...
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Hidden Costs of Cloud Computing


George Lawton recently provided a post describing how "as with SOA, some development costs obscured by cloud computing." He extensively quotes iTKOs John Michelsen and this is greatly appreciated. George writes that while cloud computing holds...
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