Quality Clouds at London’s Calling

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Quality Clouds is proud to be once again sponsoring London’s Calling this Friday 19th March!


What is London’s Calling?

London’s Calling is a fantastic Salesforce community event run by Salesforce users for the entire community to learn and interact. This is the second year the event has gone digital with over 8000 attending virtually last year. With 7 different tracks of sessions on the day, whether you’re a Salesforce novice or an experienced architect, there’s something for you. If you’ve never been to one before, we particularly recommend turning up to the demojam where companies compete to give the best demo against the clock!


What will Quality Clouds be doing?

As an engagement sponsor, Quality Clouds will have its own dedicated page you can visit to find out more about what we do and how we can help your company. You’ll have the opportunity to call up one of our team to discuss what we can do for you. We’ll also have a virtual room where we’ll be showing off more about one our latest releases – our real time code checker for the Salesforce Developer Console.

This chrome plugin checks code real time against a curated database of hundreds of rules, with the opportunity to add additional custom rules. This lets users identify potential problems, from inconsistent naming schemes to security vulnerabilities, and converts these problems into actionable easy-to-understand results on the spot.


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Quality Clouds was created to address a significant gap in the tech industry: the challenge developers face with Salesforce and ServiceNow deployments. Identifying the risks of working on unknown systems, our founders sought to empower developers with essential insights for quality and governance in SaaS projects.

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