Salesforce Developers with Chuck Liddell

The Salesforce Ecosystem has thousands of developers, designers, product people, and entrepreneurs engaging with each other. Salesforce exposes APIs and SDKs that allow people to build infrastructure on top of the Salesforce platform. In a previous episode, we explored how the ecosystem works as a whole. In today’s show, Chuck Liddell joins the show to talk about how developers themselves engage with Salesforce. Chuck is CEO of Valence, a Salesforce AppExchange ISV that adds native integration middleware to Salesforce.

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