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Alex Nassi
Hey there Sugar Developers! I’m Niegel Leoncio (@niegel), CRM Manager for Bishop-Wisecarver. This year is my 2nd SugarCon and I was privileged to be chosen as a Sugar Scholar.  I attended the session "Sugar, DevOps, and IBM" led by Vineel Nirogi and Julian Coldrey and I wanted to share a few take away that I took from this session.   It’s easy to… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Slides from SugarCon 2018 Developer Track Breakout Session "Dissecting Professor M for Best Practices" led by Lauren Schaefer   Looking for best practices for Sugar customizations? Come dissect our sample application of Professor M’s School for Gifted Coders, as we look for best practices related to developing upgrade safe customizations and… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Slides from SugarCon 2018 Developer Track Breakout Session "Sugar, DevOps, and IBM" led by Vineel Nirogi and Julian Coldrey   Two years ago, IBM had a heavily customised, traditionally-managed on-prem implementation of Sugar called SalesConnect that served our entire global sales force. Although it delivered great business benefits, our IT teams… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Slides from SugarCon 2018 Developer Track Breakout Session "Preparing for Sugar Upgrades" led by Matt Marum   Does the idea of upgrading to the latest version of Sugar keep you awake at night? It doesn’t have to! In this session, we’ll discuss tools and resources to make your next upgrade smooth. Whether you’re running on Sugar Cloud or on-prem,… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Slides from SugarCon 2018 Developer Track Breakout Session "Identity Management & Integration Best Practices" led by Jelle Vink   When integrating with Sugar, you have a lot to consider: what your integration will do, what your integration will look like, how you will synchronize or access data, how you will handle security, and more. Come learn… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Slides from SugarCon 2018 Developer Track Breakout Session "Data Privacy Technical Deep Dive" led by David Wheeler   2018 is the year of GDPR and data privacy. The privacy laws are complicated and can leave you wondering how to implement them in a practical way. In this session, Distinguished Engineer David Wheeler will discuss some of the new… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
We had a fabulous time meeting so many of you in Las Vegas for SugarCon 2018 last week!  We learned, we laughed, and we danced.  It doesn't get much better than that!   We introduced a new program at this year's SugarCon:  Sugar Scholars.  The Sugar Scholars program is a competitive program that partners and customers applied to.  Sugar Scholars… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Slides from SugarCon 2018 Developer Track Breakout Session "Performance is a Feature" led by Jorge Arroyo and Alexey Klimko   To get the best performance out of your Sugar implementation, you must treat performance as a feature that governs the overall solution design. In this session, we will discuss common performance pitfalls, testing… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Hi everyone! I’m Megan Sheehan, business analyst and trainer at Technology Advisors, and proud Sugar Scholar at sugarcon 2018.   Lauren Schaefer (@Lauren_Schaefer) gave the first developer-focused presentation this year, “Dissecting Professor M for Best Practices,” and it was great! Lauren did an awesome job engaging the audience with polls and… (Show more)
Alex Nassi
Hello!  I'm Justin Kuehlthau (@justinkuehlthau), Director of the Sugar Practice at Technology Advisors (Technology Advisors, Inc.).  This was my 8th SugarCon, and this year I was lucky enough to be selected as a Sugar Scholar!    One of the interesting sessions I attended was presented by Jorge Arroyo, VP of Engineering and Fellow at SugarCRM,… (Show more)
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