I am feeling great to announce the Inaugural meetup of “Salesforce Platform Student’s User Group” . Starting up with my Hometown Bikaner Rajasthan India.
It will be a great chance for the Students and Developers of Bikaner and nearby areas to get known to the platform.
Special thanks to speakers Ankit Arora(@forceguru) and Pankaj Kumar Pandey(@pandeypankaj20). Also the backbone of event Kavindra Patel (@kavindrapatel) and April Kyle Nassi(@thisisnotapril) for their full support with me.
With learning attendees will be get chance of winning cool prizes in Cloud Trivia Round! .
2 PM : Gates open and registration.
2.30PM: Intro to the salesforce platform. – Sagar Pareek (User Group Leader)
3.00 PM: Elevating your career in clouds and getting started with force.com – Pankaj Kumar Pandey(Certified Salesforce Developer)
4.00 – 4.30 PM – Refreshments
4.30PM: Contribute to Community – Mr.Ankit Arora (Force.com MVP)
5.00PM- Cloud Trivia ,your chance to win ! – Sagar Pareek
Venue: Acme Embedded Technologies 3/503 Mukta Prasad Nagar Bikaner Rajasthan
Everyone around me keeps on asking Sagar you are a cloud computing guy it must me really harder for you to develop apps on it .How you manage to bulid apps? How you put your logic on it . Your applications looks professional and works like charm !
But when i say its an easy task ! everyone says i am joking . Believe it or not its really easy to get started make a killer app that everyone hardly believes that you made it on clouds and to mention “Without code “. I wont say that there is no need of coding . But at some points where you need flexibility in your app you have to code for it .But that too is really simple if you set yourself to learn .
I had some past experience on Java and Php where i used to make some small applications and websites .But the day i started with force.com it was like a magic ! Every thing used to seem easier then it was before.
Today i am writing this post to how get started with force.com development ,I think it will really help newbies to have a quick start.
First of all it is not essential that you have a programming background ! Yes its true.
You can start directly with force.com
developer.force.com is the main site for the resources .
I recommend to get started with the workbook:
This will give you a nice overview of the platform .
Secondly you can clear your doubts on discussion boards
It will be really great if you are on linkedin .Be the part of linked in groups and Developer User Groups in your area.
Here you will find all groups
Get involved and learn new everyday!