The Salesforce Platform: The Return of the Citizen Programmer

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 14 Nov 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The current popularity of the Salesforce software development platform has taken the industry by surprise. The current IT culture favours the esoteric, yet here is a development platform geared to the idea that anyone can use it: a populist language like BASIC. Does this threaten the careers of professional developers? Paradoxically, not at all, says Dan Appleman....

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