Objects, Relationships, and the Cat

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People who know of my work in the Windows world sometimes ask me how I, a “real” programmer and former Microsoft MVP, could become so involved with Salesforce development. I thought I’d write a different kind of article highlighting one of the Salesforce platform features that I find compelling — and that makes Salesforce, for me, a serious platform for

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25 years of startups, products, and software architecture. Currently run DevSpotlight — tech content for tech companies. michael@devspotlight.com.

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25 years of startups, products, and software architecture. Currently run DevSpotlight — tech content for tech companies. michael@devspotlight.com.

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