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Jason Ouellette led the development of popular AppExchange applications such as Appirio Cloud Sync, CloudWorks, and Professional Services Enterprise. He is an independent technology consultant with deep experience in cloud and enterprise integration. He has been inventing cutting-edge enterprise software for more than 15 years at Appirio, Composite Software, and webMethods. He was recognized by Salesforce as a Force.com MVP in 2011 and Force.com Developer Hero in 2009.
He lives with his wife and two geriatric cats in San Francisco, California.
This Salesforce book introduces some advanced concepts that aren't covered in depth in their documentation. Read morePublished 4 months ago by buyer
Good book for someone working in SalesForce as an admin or dev. I wouldn't recommend this book for someone just starting out or not familiar with coding or administration.Published 10 months ago by Anthony Adams
Not a very good book. Too boring to read and understand. It's better to use the resources that are available on the web from SalesForce.Published 16 months ago by Dave Kimmey
Good book for beginners and gives a good high level understanding on different features of salesforce. I recommend this book .Published 18 months ago by Nivas
I've been using this book for almost 2 years now. It is a fantastic intro to developing on the Force.com platform. It is _extremely_ clear and well-organized. Read morePublished 22 months ago by AmazonPurchases
When starting something new, I look for a book that can help me draw a box around the subject and get a good understanding of what's inside, vs. What's outside. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Dale Cover
This book was good for touching base on many aspects of force.com. I was able to go through the exercises easily but some of the instruction was off a little because of force. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jade Fischer
This book is larded with errors that make completing the included exercises enormously frustrating. Take, for example, the mislabeled screen cap on page 84. Read morePublished on July 21, 2013 by Ishmael
I don't remember why I bought this. I think I am getting it confused with another book. I will have to re-edit again.