Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast

A weekly technology and software podcast, with a strong focus on the Salesforce Platform.

About the show

We are software engineers that focus on developing custom software solutions for the Platform. We started this podcast to share our conversations around software development, technology, and the Platform. Our goal is to keep developers and non-developers informed with our own unique brand of casual, honest, and entertaining commentary.

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  • 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 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 Apex language, the shutdown of, Women in Tech, and Hibernate compatibility issues with Spring.

  • Get off your spreadsheets people!

    October 27th, 2013  |  50 mins 42 secs

    In this episode we discuss the aquisition of CoreMatix by Perficient, Workday partnership with, GoDaddy acquisition of Media Temple, and a few thoughts on Salesforce Files and Identity services.

  • A Cacophony of MVPs

    October 24th, 2013  |  1 hr 5 mins

    In this episode we discuss recent articles concerning as an Enterprise Platform. We discuss the pros and cons of Salesforce as a platform and debate what the platform can deliver today vs what we feel is more marketing hype than reality.