New course: Force.com for .NET DevelopersBy Megan Russell
You may think Force.com is just an extension to Salesforce. You may think it’s a fancy database system. You may think it’s a specialized niche platform. You may think it’s not an interesting space or opportunity for “real” software developers. You’d be wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong.
Who should attend?
.NET developers who are curious about opportunities outside of .NET
What will you learn?
- You’ll learn about the opportunities on the Force.com platform, both financial opportunities (that are quite impressive), and the opportunity to sink your teeth into some very different technical challenges.
- You’ll learn that Force.com offers a very different paradigm for software development than that of .NET (or any other platform) – one that brings dramatic increases in productivity, along with some really interesting and different software design patterns.
- You’ll see Visual Studio in a way that may not have really considered before, and find that as great as it is (and it is a great development environment), it, and similar traditional developer tools, are not the only way to develop great software.
- You’ll learn how specific .NET concepts map into Force.com, with a focus on web, integration and security concepts.
This course, which is designed specifically to those who are coming to Force.com from .NET, is also the ideal prequel to the course “Force.com and Apex Fundamentals for Developers.”
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About the Author
- New course: Force.com and Apex Fundamentals for Developers
- New course: Force.com for Developers
- Meet the Author: Richard Seroter on Force.com for Developers
- New course: Force.com Platform: The Big Picture
- Video: Get An Architectural View of How Force.com Stacks Up
- New course: Force.com Design Patterns – Part 1
- Video: Pulling Triggers the Right Way on Force.com
- New course: Career and Survival Strategies for Software Developers
- Video: Use The Force.com with Eclipse
- New Course: ALM for Developers with Visual Studio 2012