Going Mobile: The Salesforce Mobile SDK Arrives
Ride the wave of massive mobile device adoption with the new Mobile SDK, which is now generally available to all and developers.
Our latest SDK is an open-source suite of developer technologies — like a REST API and OAuth 2.0 — that you can use to build great mobile apps. The SDK supports three approaches for building apps: a native approach (e.g., Android, iOS), HTML5 approach, and finally a hybrid approach that combines a native container with HTML5.
Stream On
The Streaming API pilot program is now open to all orgs! This new API lets you expose a near real-time stream of data from the platform in a streaming API
secure and scalable way. You can create topics, to which applications can subscribe, receiving asynchronous notifications of changes to data in
Code & Best Practices
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competition and win a MacBook Air!
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Hot Discussions
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tips, and solutions on a variety of topics.
Community Profile Highlight
This month we’re highlight new MVP Michael Farrington. Perhaps you know him by his michaelforce handle, or through the recognition he has received as a Developer Hero or the hackathon awards he has won. Maybe you know him through his company, Qandor, or as co-leader of the
Las Vegas User Group. Or perhaps you know him as the guy at Dreamforce '11 with the cigar, but if you don’t know Michael, you should!
November 2011 Issue
Calendar of Events  
New York Cloudforce 2011
Cloudforce Developers
    Afterparty presented by NYC Developer Users
    Group New York City
Free Webinar: Java and
    Heroku: Deploying and
    Scaling in the Cloud
San Francisco Bay Area Developer
    Meetup San Mateo
Success Stories
Inspiring stories about applications
built on
unites three brands with
builds 15 custom apps for 75,000 users at 24,000 post offices on
App of the Month
LinkedIn for Salesforce lets you turn cold prospects into closed deals with its professional network-based insights.
Job Skills
Looking for full-time employment? The Jobs Board for developers is chock full of options, from short term consultations, to full-time positions. For example, check out this listing for a Salesforce Developer in Hollywood or San Diego, CA! this listing for a Visualforce
Jobs board
Individual developers can also find success on the AppExchange, by promoting their development experience on the site. Log in today, update your skills, and reach over 2 million customers.
Hot Last Month
Cutting Edge Technical Sessions from Dreamforce '11 are now available! Watch over 60 awesome technical talks, covering the gamut of,, and Heroku.
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