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About the author: Tony Scott

Author, brainstormer, coder, dad, explorer, four chord trickster, gig goer, home worker, inquisitor, joker, knowledge seeker, likes: marmite, note scribbler, opinionator, poet, quite likes converse, roller skater, six music listener, tea drinker, urban dweller, vinyl spinner, word wrangler, x-factor hater, Yorkshireman (honorary), zombie slayer (lie).

My day job is working as a Developer in the Product Services team at:
FinancialForce.com where I help bring customer success by adding value to their extensive suite of ERP products. I also have the pleasure of working with a great bunch of talented people there. 🙂

Other than that, I’ve been working the Salesforce.com platform since 2007 as a developer, architect and consultant and thought it was high time I started a blog on the matter. Here it is and we’ll see how we go.

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Thanks for dropping by,

Tony.


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