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Discussion on: My Transition from .Net to Salesforce. My thoughts and the challenges so far.

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Chris Bertrand Author

Thanks. By backend, I mean, not developing on the platform itself. A lot of people use Salesforce as their CRM of choice, and there's a big market for integration. If that's the case, and you don't want to write "Salesforce" code you can simply read and write via API's and then use whatever platforms you want. It works, but as I said, I don't think it's the best use case for the system.