Feb 162014
 

Grigsby Consulting LLC published David W. Grigsby’s first book via Amazon Kindle 2/10/2014, followed by his second 2/15/2014. Grigsby Consulting LLC is pleased to have David W. Grigsby’s Amazon Author page live with many thanks for the support from Anna Grigsby, Margue Hunt Familton, Brian Hunt and Christopher Rager in this endeavor.

David’s first books are developer labs from volume 2 of his larger 3 volume book series named Grigsby Consulting LLC’s Integration Cookbook. He will have MANY of these as well as full recipes aka design patterns built on top of these as part of Volume 2.

How to send a DocuSignTM envelope via REST in 10 minutes: A developer lab from Grigsby Consulting LLC’s Integration Cookbook Volume 2 [Kindle Edition]

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How to login to SalesforceTM via SOAP in 10 minutes: A developer lab from Grigsby Consulting LLC’s Integration Cookbook Volume 2 [Kindle Edition]

The final motivation to publish these developer labs came from a great discussion with Brian Hunt on David’s day off Monday 2/3/2014. It was born of David’s own thirst to get tactical and prescriptive how to’s out to those looking for them. David has been working on the larger Integration Cookbooks for the last year on the bus going to and from Seattle from Snoqualmie and while he is getting closer to finishing them, he works with programmers, developers and architects on a daily basis and routinely they ask for “simple, quick, get me started prescriptive examples”. The prescriptive guidance came from Guy Kawasaki‘s book APE: Author Publisher Entrepreneur – How to Publish a Book and is a fantastic read and guide for authors, publishers and entrepreneurs.

So for those interested in the larger books and the working titles here they are:

  • Grigsby Consulting LLC’s Integration Cookbook Volume 1 – Setting up your development environment
  • Grigsby Consulting LLC’s Integration Cookbook Volume 2 – Building and Debugging your integration
  • Grigsby Consulting LLC’s Integration Cookbook Volume 3 – Selling and Supporting your Integration

Also, you will continue to see “Tools I use” articles like Postman – REST Client, a Google Chrome App which will be an appendix to Volume 1.