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Developer eXperience is important
Wed, Sep 28th 2016 9:08a   Rene Winkelmeyer
During the last weeks I had a lot of fun stuff to code. And I was able to use the tools, the methods, the languages that I like. And that’s awesome, because a great Developer eXperience when working with systems and code is important. But what does that mean – “Developer eXperience”? To me it is basically one thing: make my life as a developer easy! Don’t force me to use only single IDE (but if so – make it rock solid and state-of-the-art) As as a deve
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Modernising an app (dev platform) can be like refurbishing your house
Tue, Sep 27th 2016 4:53p   Rene Winkelmeyer
Recently I read a lot of blog posts and other communications about “app (dev platform) modernisation”. In some areas it’s an ongoing talk. When I read and hear about that I’m always remembered about refurbishing a house. Imagine you’ve your house. It’s 25 years old. You lived in there for a long time. You like it (otherwise you won’t live there). And from time to time you’re going to improve it. New lights in the entrance, a new and more secure f
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What’s your companies culture?
Wed, Aug 31st 2016 7:46a   Rene Winkelmeyer
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Upcoming webinar – Take a REST by integrating Salesforce into Vaadin
Mon, Aug 22nd 2016 4:43a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Over the last two years I worked a lot with the Vaadin framework which I really like for Java WebApp UI development. I’m happy to announce that you can learn now how to bring the power of the Salesforce App Cloud to Vaadin in an upcoming Vaadin-hosted webinar. Take a REST by integrating Salesforce into Vaadin Join Vaadin Expert Matti Tahvonen and Salesforce Developer Evangelist René Winkelmeyer for a tour on how to integrate and interact with the Salesforce App Cloud using your Vaadin a
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Thank you, Pete!
Fri, Aug 19th 2016 6:57a   Rene Winkelmeyer
An era ends. Pete(r) Janzen’s last working day at IBM is TODAY. Time to say the most important things… Pete, it was always a pleasure to work (and party ;-)) with you. I want to say THANK YOU – for everything you’ve done! You were and will always be part of the community. PS: Those who don’t know him – Pete was the product manager mainly for IBM Notes and Domino (server and AppDev) in the last 16 years. So everyone can fairly say that an era ends now.
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Speaking at Dreamforce about Lightning and Office 365 – with Marky
Tue, Aug 16th 2016 8:04a   Rene Winkelmeyer
With more than 2.000 sessions and over 170.000 attendees in 2015 Dreamforce is the largest software conference in the world (it shut’s down San Francisco). A great opportunity to share knowledge, to learn, to connect with people that you know – and that you don’t know yet. I am thrilled to speak this year – my first time – in the Developer Zone. We’re expecting tens of thousands of people from across the world only in that zone, which will be located in Mosc
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How to start learning Salesforce Development – Join the Community
Mon, Aug 15th 2016 3:52a   Rene Winkelmeyer
When starting with learning a technology one always asks him-/herself: “Where to start?” Since I joined Salesforce in May I received lots of those requests/questions. In my personal opinion there are two important ways, which are partially complementary: Community – people that enjoy to work day-to-day with the technology Trailhead – the Salesforce online learning platform As the topic of “Community” is personally very important to me I’ll focus in t
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Diversity and Inclusion in Technology
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 3:37a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Diversity and inclusion is important. It’s what makes our world so colourful. Listen to my colleague Mary (YOU ROCK). I’m sure you’ll get goose pimples as I do when listening to her. (Video can also be found here). Everyone of us can make the same difference. Today! Now! Be it by supporting Girls Who Code, run CoderDojo’s for Kids or just encourage your co-workers, your friends to step out. There are great examples like my friends Amanda, Gab and Kathy (even i
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Seamless change – moved my WordPress blog to Heroku
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 3:42a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Once in a while it’s necessary to change. So it was last week. I moved my blog to Heroku – read here why and how. Over the last 10 years I ran two different blogging system. First I ran a blog based on an IBM Domino database. It was for fun, for geeking, for tweeking, for fiddling around with the tech. I changed the underlying stack quite a few times. But it became tedious. Not because of the stack – but because every little change like adding comment spam check became a time-c
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Simplifying Salesforce App Cloud OAuth2 for Java apps with Scribe
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 4:51a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Authentication and authorization is always a key challenge when connecting different systems. It can be simple when having all systems connected to the same Identity Provider (IdP), but it can be challenging if not. With the rise of cloud-based applications different approaches have been established. The majority of enterprises uses SAML when/where possible. In most other cases services like OpenID or OAuth are used. In this post we’ll focus on the latter – OAuth as of version




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