Outlook was born in 1997 to parents Windows and Office. He has lived a long and popular life despite being the object of much debate among those who know him best. His decisions and business choices have left lasting effects on the industry making many friends and enemies.
From the keynote to breakout sessions to a corner of Moscone West devoted to a connected devices lab, Dreamforce 2013’s obvious theme seemed to be connected devices and the Internet of Things.
Saurabh Tyagi Posted in: Microsoft
Being a Computer Science student has its perks - You get a lot of latest software for free through a Microsoft program called Dreamspark. A few months back I was browsing through my Dreamspark account to see if Microsoft had a new gift for me and I found Windows 8 Professional for Free!
It’s fun to root for the underdog. It’s not as fun to be one. Windows Phone has struggled to capture even a small piece of the mobile phone pie because of a myriad of reasons. Perhaps the biggest problem has been the inability to motivate developers to make great applications that users want. A new gamified system for developers has been made in hopes to solve the problem.
The graphical user interface (GUI) for the APEX Data Loader is great for manual data loads. But when you need to automate data loads some more detail needs to be worked into the process. Read on for more ideas.
This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend Mobile March in the Twin Cities. During the conference, I attended a four hour long Microsoft Windows Phone training session. My reasoning for attending this session was to learn more about a platform I have little experience in.
The APEX Data Loader is a great tool for moving data in and out of Salesforce, but what should you do when your data needs to be cleaned before it is uploaded to Salesforce? Read-on for some ideas on how Excel can help you.
At the beginning of 2011, I predicted that we would see no less than a dozen new tablets released into the market by the end of the year. With over 100 tablets displayed at CES this year, that is turning out to be a pretty safe prediction.