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Ian Varley

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Laura Lindeman

voracious reader & crafter of words. organizer extraordinaire. #peoplegeek at Salesforce on the Tech & Products Innovation & Learning team. opinions mine.

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Alyssa Arvin

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Nikos Sarilakis

Director of Product Marketing, Technology @Salesforce. Passionate about #marketing #design #tech

Chris Kelly

Eventually, everything is connected.

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Introducing the Salesforce Commerce SDK

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People Over Process: How VP Kwesi Ames Empowers Our Site Reliability Team

Since joining Salesforce 10 years ago, Kwesi’s focus has been on helping his team members find meaning and value in their work.

‘Hooking’ Your Audience Using Drag & Drop in React

Learn how to make draggable components, sortable lists with drag & drop animations, and more using Hooks in ReactJS.

A Generic Sidecar Injector for Kubernetes

Many internal infrastructure teams had written sidecars, so we decided to spec out the ideal sidecar and open source it.

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