Tip #1 Free App of the Week – “Octopus”
Here is a brand new Free App, it’s called Octopus, and it allows you to review and document all sorts of coding and configuration within your Salesforce Org, and then download it into a pdf/Word file.
I think it is really important to have some documentation about your Org, this wont cover the ‘why’ about your config, but it will help you list the ‘what’.

Tip #2 More ‘Wearables’ News
Last week Salesforce announced that it has ‘expanded it’s Salesforce Wearables Ecosystem’. So if you are using (or thinking of using) the Salesforce Wear Developer Pack, perhaps to link Salesforce with Google Glass or Fitbit, you can now extend this to other devices to. This includes Epson Moverio and Oculus Rift, but also the Jawbone UP, which I am using and have mentioned in previous weeks.

Tip #3 Dreamforce Agenda Builder is Live & so is my session!
If you are attending Dreamforce, you will probably now be frantically looking through all 1400 sessions trying to book in your favourites, it is not an easy job. Try to book in some HOTS (Hands on training sessions), book in the Keynotes (especially Marc Benioff’s main Keynote, plus also Hillary Clinton, Tony Robbins, etc), and my tip for an interesting session is look out for Neil Young at the Pono session.
And of course, I am very excited that my session has been accepted, so come and see me talk about “The Best Free Apps on Appexchange” on Weds at 12noon at the San Francisco Marriott. And it would be great to meet you afterwards, so please come and say hi!

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