One of our practice goals for 2018 for the Salesforce team was to donate/volunteer our time to the communities in which we live. We are attempting to follow Salesforce’s 1-1-1 initiative as much as possible. The size of our company and team doesn’t give us much ability to hit the 1% of our time goal […]Continue reading.
I remember first hearing about RESTful API design at a Gartner Application Architecture, Design & Integration Summit back in 2008. I recall thinking how practical the idea was, leveraging GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, and DELETE to communicate with an API server. It wasn’t until a couple years later that I started seeing RESTful APIs at […]Continue reading.
Every year, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce chooses 100 companies throughout Indiana for their distinguished Best Places to Work list. Winners are chosen based on benefits packages, company policies, and satisfaction surveys completed by employees. The competition was stiff for 2017, but we’re happy to report that CleanSlate has been ranked #16 on the Best Places […]Continue reading.
With the use of application program interfaces (APIs) becoming more common in recent years, companies are experiencing an increasing need for API lifecycle management services. API lifecycle management has three basic components: Design: Focuses on the typical development lifecycle, building upon features the RAML specification provides Implement: Handles the testing and validation of the API […]Continue reading.
Salesforce wants you to be more secure… On July 22, 2017 Salesforce will officially end support for any integrated connections that utilize the TLS 1.0 protocol. This applies to all browsers, mobile devices, and any integrations with Salesforce that utilize TLS 1.0. Salesforce will require at least TLS 1.1. So, what is TLS?!? Well, TLS stands […]Continue reading.
Starting in 2017, we’ve changed our name from Preferred Partner to CleanSlate. We also launched a new website to showcase our software sales and consulting services.Continue reading.