Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

258 episodes of Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast since the first episode, which aired on October 24th, 2013.

  • A Fruit Makes a Seed

    August 8th, 2014  |  1 hr 9 mins

    In this episode, we discuss Microsoft expanding availability of Dynamics CRM to other countries, the lunacy of performance reviews, some big updates about SKUID, Oracle’s acquisition of TOA, Salesforce launches Sales Reach, a few thoughts on Salesforce joining BSA, and a discussion on how Salesforce

  • When I Was 21 I Made Ginger Ale

    August 4th, 2014  |  54 mins 38 secs

    In this episode, we discuss whether layoffs at Microsoft could have an impact on Salesforce.com, visualforce stripping out html comments, the good and bad of commenting code, diversity at Salesforce.com, and some thoughts on Salesforce acquiring RelateIQ.

  • No Soup for You!

    July 11th, 2014  |  1 hr 2 mins

    In this episode we discuss Benioff getting denied service at a fancy restaurant, the technology behind StarTrek replicators (yeah we geeked out for a bit), an update on Benioff selling shares, Salesforce Summer ’14 release dates, challenges Salesforce is likely facing releasing across an increasing

  • A Frickin’ Little Lego Character

    July 6th, 2014  |  1 hr 15 mins

    In this episode we discuss test-driven development (TDD) and the issues with TDD and Salesforce.com, improvements to development tools from Salesforce we would like to see, the practicality of modular development vs proprietary systems like Salesforce.com, the recent initiative on Women-In-Tech, Mar

  • Get Your Sport Coat On

    June 27th, 2014  |  55 mins 1 sec

    In this episode we discuss going to Dreamforce 2014, Salesforce and Microsoft Office, wearables in an enterprise setting, the shaming school of philanthropy, optimistic locking in Salesforce.com, useless debug logs, an update on COIN, Salesforce.com as enterprise software, and Marc Benioff’s comment

  • Pillows, Flashlights, and iPads

    June 18th, 2014  |  1 hr 11 mins

    In this episode we discuss using google image search to see what a company is known for, Comixology, Atlassian valued at 3.3 billion, Heartbleed bug, Salesforce backups using Backupify, Salesforce.com's new industries unit, John's new office chair the Herman Miller Embody, are tools like Docker goin

  • Diseconomies of Scale

    April 18th, 2014  |  1 hr 13 mins

    In this episode we discuss backing up your Salesforce data, a quick discussion on press freedom, the high interest in marketing software from companies like Salesforce, Oracle, and SAP, whether Google is a threat to Salesforce, the new “One” branding and the consolidation of services that it represe

  • I Want to Introduce My Own Rat Hole

    March 31st, 2014  |  1 hr 28 mins

    In this episode we discuss using SKUID to build custom user interfaces in Salesforce.com, developer pilot of Visualforce Remote Objects, a quick tangent on what the Salesforce1 brand is (mobile vs platform), Matt Asay’s article on buying from “…Tech Leaders, Not Haters”, Force.com and Heroku with a

  • Hardcore VB Nerds

    March 12th, 2014  |  1 hr 17 mins

    In this episode we discuss the recent Windows 8.1 update, thoughts on should Microsoft split into three companies, Thoughtworks recommendation that Node.js is ready for adoption, Heroku XL, Cal Newport on following your passion, and Marc Benioff’s teenage affair with the Macintosh.

  • PRAAS (PR as a Service)

    March 6th, 2014  |  57 mins 46 secs

    In this long delayed episode we revisit our discussion on journalistic integrity, the results of the Salesforce Hackathon, Salesforce’s growth as a company, opinions on Microsofts Windows everywhere model, and touch a bit on NSA and its potential affect on the cloud industry.

  • Self-Imposed Hiatus

    January 13th, 2014  |  1 hr 18 mins

    In this episode we discuss the updated Force.com IDE, Salesforce1 for mobile devices, Salesforce new hire Keith Block, the Hour of Code campaign, CouchDB creator Damien Katz joins Salesforce, and Oracles purchase of Responsys.

  • Safety Goggles are Not Rock ’n’ Roll

    December 16th, 2013  |  1 hr 25 mins

    In this episode Jeremy coins the term "Shell-Force” and we discuss the Shell Black Whiteboard YouTube video series, Amazon drones, Jeremy gets the new Retina iPad Mini, the Microsoft PawnStars Scroogled Chromebook ad, Salesforce.com hackathon, journalistic integrity, do you really need a PaaS solution, Marc Benioff offering to host Healthcare.gov, Salesforce field history retention pilot, thoughts on how Force.com should be replaced with Huroku, and the start of a much larger discussion on why SaaS hasn’t proven to be profitable.

  • Coming Down from the Hype

    December 2nd, 2013  |  1 hr 3 mins

    In this episode we discuss the hype generated by the Salesforce Dreamforce conference, the Salesforce1 platform, what happened to the social enterprise, perspectives on what it means to be a customer company, HP Superpod, Salesforce $1M hackathon controversy, 10x more APIs, and Heroku1.

  • Stank Ranking

    November 25th, 2013  |  1 hr 16 mins

    In this episode we discuss Heroku’s updated Postgres DB features, new Amazon AWS Services, Microsoft ending stack ranking , Coin credit card, Salesforce outages, the upcoming Salesforce Dreamforce 2013 conference, and some general discussions on the Salesforce UI.

  • Push the Reset Button on Your Mantras

    November 19th, 2013  |  43 mins 11 secs

    In this episode we discuss some comments by Marc Benioff in a recent interview, reported numbers on AppExchange sales figures, unit testing, lack of information on the Salesforce.com Trust site, and a mention on who is headlining the Dreamforce 2013 keynotes.

  • The Nerdy Guys Trying to Be Cool

    November 11th, 2013  |  53 mins 37 secs

    In this episode we discuss the Salesforce Dreamforce 2013 conference, the million dollar mobile hackathon contest, Heroku and limits of the Salesforce.com Apex language, the shutdown of Do.com, Women in Tech, and Hibernate compatibility issues with Spring.