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CleanSlate Hires 5 New Employees

John HarrisonJohn Harrison has joined the CleanSlate team as a Business Development Manager. Background on John: In his undergrad at Purdue University, John received a degree in agricultural economics. He began his career as a commodities broker, but found his niche...

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Comparing Swarm vs Kubernetes Terminology

One of the things that my team and I are sticklers about is using the proper terminology for the proper technology. It’s just not the debate of “Principle” vs “Principal”, it’s the inferred technology that is applied by the terms you use. For instance, if a client...

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CleanSlate is now a Red Hat Partner

CleanSlate is an IT partner who is always by your side. By working with Red Hat, the industry’s top enterprise Linux vendor, you have a partner in the planning, deployment, and maintenance of your infrastructure. Among the many...

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Connecting with Students at IUPUI

I had the great opportunity on October 25th to join other Salesforce Community Members on a Speaker Panel at IUPUI. The purpose of this event was to expose students in Technology Learning Programs what a career working the Salesforce Ecosystem is all...

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Just How Easy is it to be Hacked?

Earlier this year, David Gilbertson published an excellent article on Hacker Noon with the eye-catching title "I’m harvesting credit card numbers and passwords from your site. Here’s how." While the article is noted as a fictional endeavor, the approach that is...

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Testing the Waters

Does testing really pay off in the World of software development? As software developers, we are constantly hounded about the importance of automated testing. We hear diatribes about test driven development, evangelist who swear by unit testing, and coders who claim...

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Salesforce Formula Fields & Picklist Fields/Values

It's always "refreshing" to find something so innocuous in Salesforce that kind of throws you for a loop.  Especially when this "innocuous" item is a little counter-intuitive to the Salesforce mantra of "clicks not code".  Plus, it appears to have impacted people for...

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Giving Back is Part of What We Do

One of our practice goals for 2018 for the Salesforce team was to donate/volunteer our time to the communities in which we live.  We are attempting to follow Salesforce's 1-1-1 initiative as much as possible.  The size of our company and team doesn't give us much...

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