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WizardCast Give Thanks – Episode 17

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The jokes… the jokes we just can’t take the jokes! We’re giving up on Salesforce jokes and replacing them with well I guess we’ll call them jokes.

Apologize for the audio quality on this one. There was something funky in the recording.

Giving Thanks

It’s Thanksgiving time in the United States. Turkeys are cooking and families are coming together to celebrate. Mark and Brian share some of the things that they’re thankful for and share a Wizard News goodie – the Give Thanks app.

You can share what and who you’re thankful for by going to We’ll be sharing some of these on social media and they are visible to others who come to the page.

Salesforce Video of the *Undetermined Amount of Time Until the Next One*

Mark Ross and Brian Kwong led some Hands-On-Training, or HOTs at Dreamforce 2015. Missed it? No worries! The MVP led HOTs are free to watch.

You can see all the MVPs HOTS for free or purchase all 55+ HOTs from Dreamforce here: 

Below are the two sessions involving Brian or Mark.

If you have a Salesforce video to share let us know! It can be a funny video; it can be a serious video; as long as it’s Salesforce related we’ll take it!. Send submissions to or click on the “Contact WizardCast” on the right sidebar from our show notes page.


We need to hear from you folks! Share with us your tips, blogs, Salesforce Videos, and Salesforce jokes (no matter how bad). We want to share them with our large audience of 4 people! Email us at or click “Contact WizardCast” on the right of our show notes.

You can also tweet to @MarkRoss__c or @Kwongerific with hashtag #WizardCast with a question or other submission.

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