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| Do you want bleedyellow.com? The charity auction has opened.|
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| We looked for a Community Manager – and we got the best…|
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| We are hiring – Developer Evangelist in EMEA @ Salesforce|
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| A great example for a community-focused site (and it’s promotion)|
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| We are hiring – Community Program Manager or Admin Evangelist @ Salesforce|
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| Why and how to support your speakers before their talks|
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| Speaking at Dreamforce 2017|
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| IBM Notes 9.0.2 for Mac OS X is there (yeah, you read it correctly, 9.0.2)|
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| How to start learning Salesforce Development – Join the Community|
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| Reached the ranks of a Trailhead Ranger|
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| TrailheaDX – Lightning, LockerService, Lenny Kravitz and meeting Steve Wozniak|
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| Using the Websphere Liberty Profile Maven repo with Gradle|
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| Call for Papers – Dreamforce 2017 – RUSH!!!|
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||Speaking at London’s Calling about Salesforce Einstein
I’m happy to announce that you can find me on February 10th at London’s Calling – Europe’s largest community led event for Salesforce professionals. The event will take at CodeNode (last year a badger has been seen there). I’ll speak about why, where and how to use the Predictive Vision service on the Salesforce Einstein platform.
Do you have visions? Good – Einstein can help!
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the big buzzwords nowadays. It is an umbrella definition for techniques like Predictive Analytics, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and more. And it also includes image recognition – which is covered by Salesforce Einstein Predictive Vision. Have you heard about that? And do you know how it does work and where can you use it?
This session will take you on a ride to answer those questions. You’ll learn about the core elements like models, labels, examples or metrics. From there on we’ll dig into how to train Einstein with your very own data and we’ll also talk about real-life scenarios for using the outcomes of predicted images. Are you point-and-click on Lightning? Doing app dev with Apex? Or are you loving to develop using Swift or Java? No worries – we got you all covered. Source code included.
Don’t wait and register fast here. The “Super Super Early Bird” tickets have been sold out fast and the “Super Early Bird” tickets are only available till January 28th.
See you there!
Jan 03, 2017
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Speaking at Dreamforce 2017|
Thu, Oct 5th 2017 3:58a Rene Winkelmeyer
It’s only a couple of days till Dreamforce 2017! Yay! If you were lucky and registered before we sold out, you’ll have the opportunity to attend one of my sessions. 😉
Salesforce and IBM for Developers
The partnership between Salesforce and IBM opens up a new world of possibilities for customers, partners, and developers. Are you interested in learning about how to leverage them? Then join this session which will showcase real-world examples around API integration, weather or Wat
Do you want bleedyellow.com? The charity auction has opened.|
Mon, Aug 21st 2017 7:17a Rene Winkelmeyer
Some time ago I was fast enough to catch the bleedyellow.com domain when it expired. Nowadays I’ve no use for it – maybe others want it.
Instead of just letting the registration expire I’m bringing it to a good cause. If you want it, you can have it – for some money that goes to a charity.
As it happens there is not far from where I live Germany’s first child hospice. I’m sure that I don’t have to explain what that institution is doing. So if you’
We looked for a Community Manager – and we got the best…|
Fri, Aug 18th 2017 7:59a Rene Winkelmeyer
A couple of weeks ago I posted about a job opening in my team for a Community Manager role. And we got the best…
I think it comes to no surprise that I had one of my best friends for that role already in mind. And she obviously convinced those in power and crushed the competition.
You thought you could get rid of me by leaving my community? HA! #unflushable #reunited Looking forward to joining the #SalesforceOhana
— Amanda Bauman (@amandabauman) August 15, 2017
As much as
We are hiring – Developer Evangelist in EMEA @ Salesforce|
Mon, Jul 17th 2017 6:09p Rene Winkelmeyer
What should I say – the headline says it all.
Is there a caveat? Yes – you’ve to work with me. 😉
Find the full job description and application form here.
Questions? DM me on Twitter (or other channels for those who know them 😉 ).
A great example for a community-focused site (and it’s promotion)|
Mon, Jun 26th 2017 8:20a Rene Winkelmeyer
I found this video yesterday by accident… and I personally really think that’s a) how a community site should be and b) how a corporate should promote it.
I’ll see if I can talk to some of the MVPs this week during TrailheaDX about some of things that they independently from the vendor do, like the office hours or the mentorship program. Very cool stuff!
By the way – we’re currently hiring a for this great community a Community Program Manager (San Francisco or Austin)&
We are hiring – Community Program Manager or Admin Evangelist @ Salesforce|
Thu, Jun 22nd 2017 11:10a Rene Winkelmeyer
Are you passionate about community and driving community engagement at scale? Then join my colleagues in the Community Team! They are looking for a fantastic Community Program Manager to help drive program member growth and engagement in our vibrant customer community with all our users, developers, administrators, and MVPs.
Read more about it in the job opening for the “Community Program Manager”.
Or are you passionate about driving the success of Salesforce Administrators? My c
Why and how to support your speakers before their talks|
Wed, Jun 21st 2017 8:35a Rene Winkelmeyer
To quote (a bit out of context maybe) Kyle Simpson – “A speaker is the value of the conference”. And that’s so true from multiple angles.
There are two types of people in a talk.
The speaker. Who wants to share knowledge, who wants to excite attendees, who wants to deliver a great talk.
The attendees. That want to learn, that want to get engaged, that want to be sure that their precious time is well spend.
No event organiser can take the stage fright a minute
Test driving Slack’s “Highlights” feature – I LOVE IT|
Mon, Jun 19th 2017 11:54a Rene Winkelmeyer
Last week Slack introduced their new feature “Highlights“. I tested it over the weekend – and I LOVE IT. It wasn’t a very scientific test though, but a very good start for a feature that’s available as GA.
I am in five different Slack teams. Some are very active, others are less. In all of them “Highlights” is an active feature.
I “forced” myself not to log in into Slack for at least three days. In that time a
Take app deployment to the next level with Heroku ChatOps and Slack|
Mon, Jun 19th 2017 5:17a Rene Winkelmeyer
Heroku is known for it’s developer-friendly set up. Now they’re taking it a step further by simplifying the devops lifecycle with ChatOps for Slack. I tested it during a private beta which went a couple of days ago into public beta.
Slack is often used as an information “pool”, where apps post a status like a successful commit to GitHub or else. But not many allow to action on information. That’s where ChatOps comes in to the game. Using Heroku Pipelines you c
Join me and The Weather Company (and some B.E.A.R.s) at TrailheaDX|
Thu, Jun 8th 2017 10:00a Rene Winkelmeyer
Part of the strategic partnership between Salesforce and IBM is the usage of weather data for enhanced business processes. Over the last couple of months I had the great pleasure to work with the colleagues from The Weather Company (looking at you Aleesa, Michelle, Alexis, Maia 😉 ) on several items of that.
If you want to learn more about how to incorporate weather data, besides the published content (here and here) on the Salesforce Developer blog – now you can.