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  • Paperback : 130 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1782171169
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1782171164
  • Product Dimensions : 19.05 x 0.76 x 23.5 cm
  • Publisher : Packt Publishing Limited (25 November 2013)
  • Language: : English

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About the Author

Rakesh Gupta is a Salesforce evangelist, trainer, blogger, and a Salesforce-certifi ed professional. He is from Katihar, Bihar and lives in Mumbai. He has been working on the salesforce.com platform since 2011. Presently he works as a Salesforce consultant and is a regular contributor to the success of the Salesforce community. Rakesh is very passionate about salesforce.com and has been sharing information through various channels including his blog (http://rakeshistom.wordpress.com). He has trained almost a hundred professionals around the globe. Rakesh works on all the aspects of Salesforce and is an expert in data migration, integration, confi guration, and customization. He is the leader of Navi Mumbai and Nashik developer user groups in India. He is also the initiator of the Mumbai Salesforce user group. Rakesh has been organizing meet-ups at regular intervals for groups he runs. In his spare time, he contributes to Salesforce success community. Rakesh can be reached at rakeshistom@gmail.com, and his Twitter handle is @rakeshistom. Sagar Pareek is a Salesforce enthusiast, blogger, and Salesforce certified Force.com developer. He belongs to Bikaner (Rajasthan) and currently lives in Noida. He is working on Force.com platform since 2012. Currently, he is working for Astrea IT Services (Noida) as a salesforce developer, prior to which he worked as a PHP and Java Intern at Acme Embedded technologies (Bikaner). He was featured by salesforce on a Webinar. He also won a appreciation in the Salesforce New Year Resolution 2013 challenge. He actively participates in the salesforce discussion platform such as user groups and also organizes workshops. He holds the leadership title of Indian Salesforce student developer user group and is a co-leader of Navi-Mumbai Salesforce developer user group. You can follow sagar's blog at http://forceexperiment.wordpress.com. In his spare time, he loves spending it with his family & friends and exploring Force.com.You can connect Sagar on twitter @Sagarjaipareek.

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