Principle Architect, Architecture Strategy, Salesforce
Sr. Program Manager, Leadership Development, Salesforce
Architect, Engineering Practices and Culture, Salesforce
117. Open Source with Jim Jagielski
Senior Manager, Open Source Programs, Salesforce
Open Source Program Office Lead, Salesforce
Jim Jagielski is the newest member of Salesforce’s Open Source Program Office, but he’s no newbie to open source. In this episode, he talks with Alyssa Arvin, Senior Program Manager for Open Source about his early explorations into open...
116. Success From Anywhere
Director of Product Management, Heroku Data, Heroku
SVP, Innovation and Learning, Salesforce
This episode of Codeish includes Greg Nokes, distinguished technical architect with Salesforce Heroku, and Lisa Marshall, Senior Vice President of TMP Innovation & Learning at Salesforce. Lisa manages a team within technology and product...
Director, Developer Advocacy, Heroku
Lead Developer Advocate, Salesforce
A podcast brought to you by the developer advocate team at Heroku, exploring code, technology, tools, tips, and the life of the developer.
Looking for more podcasts? Tune in to the Salesforce Developer podcast to hear short and insightful stories for developers, from developers.
115. Demystifying the User Experience with Performance Monitoring
Innocent Bindura and Greg Nokes
How do you know an application is performing well beyond the absence of crash reports? Innocent Bindura, a senior developer at Raygun, shares the company's tools and utilities, discusses the importance of monitoring P99 latency, and talks...
114. Beyond Root Cause Analysis in Complex Systems
Robert Blumen and Marcus Blankenship
How can developers learn from catastrophic errors such as airline disasters? Learn how understanding the root causes of failure in complex systems can prevent their recurrence.
113. Principles of Pragmatic Engineering
Karan Gupta and Marcus Blankenship
How can applying the right technology choices at the right time impact your coding and business choices? Karan Gupta explains how practicing “pragmatic engineering” can have an oversized impact on business and business efficiency.
112. Managing Public Key Infrastructure within an Enterprise
The episode focuses on managing a certificate authority (CA) within an enterprise. The internal CA is compared on many points to PKI on the public internet.
111. Gift Cards for Small Businesses
James Dong and Chris Castle
How much can a day of coding help others? James Dong created a platform to help small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic sell gift cards online. Learn how this platform, built on Heroku, provided a way for residents to support...
110. Scaling a Bernie Meme
Nick Sawhney, Greg Nokes, Dan Mehlman, Michael Rose, and Jack Ziesing
Having a goofy meme project go viral can be an exhilarating feeling. It can also cause your heart to drop, as you've suddenly been saddled with new responsibilities around uptime and scaling resources. Nick Sawhney shares his experiences...
109. Meditation for the Curious Skeptic
Andrew Lenards and Chris Castle
Meditation can take many forms. While it may conjure up cliched images of people sitting on cushions and chanting, in actually, many different groups, from the Harvard Business Review to medical professionals, are exploring the ways in which...
108. Building Community with the Wicked CoolKit
Julián Duque, Lynn Fisher, and Chris Castle
Back in the day, the web felt smaller and people used simpler ways to connect with others. Those with niche interests still found each other despite the absence of mega social platforms. Lynn Fisher, Chief Creative Officer at &yet, shares...
I Was There: Stories of Production Incidents II
Ifat Ribon, Chris Ostrowski, and Corey Martin
Growing your monthly active user count is the goal for every startup. But can your popularity actually work against you? In this installment of I Was There, Ifat Ribon and Christopher Ostrowski share their experiences tracking down...