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Mobile Components for Visualforce

At Dreamforce 2012 Salesforce demonstrated the Salesforce Touch platform. Salesforce Touch enables to easily create and deploy mobile apps across multiple devices on Force.com.

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Trineo Mentioned in Heroku Partner Program

Trineo has been a listed Heroku Partner, delivering high end apps on the Heroku platform for a few years now. We are very proud to see our innovative work being mentioned in the news release.

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Hosting Christchurch on Rails Hack Night

On Thursday the 5th of July, Trineo is hosting this month's Christchurch on Rails gathering, which happens to be a hack night. The night will be informal, and hopefully good fun for all involved.

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Trineo heads to Cloudforce Sydney

Last week five members of Team Trineo crossed the Tasman Sea and arrived in Sydney for Cloudforce: the region's biggest cloud computing event with around 5000 people in attendance.

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Communication Cadence: Lessons from Lopp

What makes a good team? Communication. How best should one communicate with your team? I had the fortune of hearing well-known blogger Michael Lopp speak on the art of team.

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A Productive Week in San Francisco

The gang at Atlassian did really well with their Summit. I anticipate that their Summit audience numbers will only grow over time. It was great to meet their customers, and those in their commercial ecosystem.

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Railscamp NZ 2: Fun and Satisfying

The Trineo bespoke solutions team attended Railscamp NZ 2 last weekend, and had an amazing time. The event was a real success, and was appreciated by many. A satisfying feeling as an organiser.

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Gmail Integration Battle - Insight vs Cloudworks

The combination of using Google Apps for email and Salesforce.com for CRM is all too common. We’ve been using both products for years but the integration of the two products over that time has been sadly lacking.

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Force.com Migration Toolkit + VIM

As a Force.com developer I have always wanted a chance to become proficient at using these tools myself (VIM in particular), and before long I found myself looking into ways this might be possible.

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Today, Salesforce Released Do.com

Salesforce.com today released Do.com, a simple project management tool, into public beta. Do.com is the result of an acquisition that Salesforce.com made a few months back when they acquired Manymoon.com.

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Javascript Remoting: How It Works

In my previous post I explained how Javascript remoting can be used in Force.com to provide fast, asynchronous communication between client & server. This time I will explain how it works at more of a technical level.

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Does the Private Cloud Exist?

The term ‘private cloud’ has been used a lot in the last year or so. Some say the private cloud doesn’t exist but in most cases the term is being used to simply relabel the status quo. So does private cloud really exist? YES!

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