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Salesforce Data Loader with Hands-on Workshop

About this event

Good development practices mean lots and lots of testing.  And testing needs data.  But loading data by hand can be a real pain.  Join Scott Geosits, Architect with Varsity Brands, for a discussion of the Salesforce data loader and a hands-on workshop on how to use the data loader to script data loads.  Data exports and imports are a breeze to script and incorporate into your CI strategy once you know the secrets and tricks.

***Please bring a laptop for the hands-on workshop***

• 6pm to 6:30pm - Networking over Food and Drinks 

• 6:30pm to 6:35pm - Welcome and Announcements 

• 6:35pm to 8:00pm - Presentation and hands-on workshop

Afterwards, we hope to continue the fun discussions over some drinks at the Allentown Brew Works.

The meetup will be held at the new Trifecta Building at 612 Hamilton Street, Allentown PA, 18101.  The Google street view from 2011 is here:

Parking - You may not park next to the Trifecta Building anymore. It requires a permit and your car can be towed if you park there without one.  Metered parking is NOT free until after 10 PM. You can park (and pay) at the meters and there are plenty of garages and lots in the vicinity as well.

Please come into the building through the front door on Hamilton and into the elevator (or stairs) to the 6th floor suite glass doors entrance.  The 6th floor is accessible to anyone via the elevator until 7PM.  Follow the sign down the hall and into the meetup area.  Thanks!



Thursday, Apr 30
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)


Trifecta Building
612 Hamilton Street AllentownUS

Group Leaders

  • Carl Brundage

    Carl Brundage


    Principle Technical Architect

  • Peter Knolle

    Peter Knolle

    Trifecta Technologies

    Solutions Architect

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