- San Francisco Bay Area
- Computer Software
Sönke Rohde's Overview
Sönke Rohde's Publications
Sönke Rohde's Patents
Maintaining applications that are occasionally connected to an online services system
Inventors: Sönke Rohde
- United States Patent 12/838,388
- Issued July 16, 2010
Performing asynchronous testing of an application occasionally connected to an online services system
Inventors: Sönke Rohde
- United States Patent 12/874,963
- Issued December 8, 2011
System and Method for Enhanced Username Tokenization
- United States Patent 61/675,905
- Issued July 26, 2012
Whenever a user name is @mentioned in a social network setting, it automatically creates a link to that user's profile. Innovation is to add additional information or visual indicators, e.g., chat presence, nearby location, etc., that can be seen on a mobile device or desktop client or web client. Additional indicators could include rollover or mouseover functionalities, e.g., canceling out the request, pulling up a map, pulling up a chat client, etc.
- United States Patent 13/117,034
- Issued May 26, 2011
In accordance with embodiments, there are provided mechanisms and methods for performing a synchronization of data. These mechanisms and methods for performing a synchronization of data can enable a more efficient synchronization, time and resource savings, an enhanced user experience, etc.
Sönke Rohde's Projects
- March 2012 to January 2013
Logger is an app designed to dramatically reduce the time needed to track customer relationships in Salesforce. With Logger, users can log calls, take notes and more in as little as ten seconds.
- May 2011 to March 2012
Desktop client for Salesforce Chatter.
- November 2013 to Present
Salesforce1 represents a mobile first re-envisioning of the Salesforce.com app and platform. Salesforce1 gives customers the ability to access their data and customizations from iOS and Android devices, it gives developers the ability to easily distribute custom enterprise apps across platforms and devices, and gives administrators the ability to deploy customizations across platforms and devices with clicks instead of code.
- July 2013 to Present
Doing product design in a huge organization is tricky. Clear, constant communication is imperative. A few years ago at Salesforce, that mostly meant hours upon hours of creating static interaction and redline specs.
The Salesforce living style guide was created to drive consistency, support clearer communication, encourage more designing in the browser, and help us build better prototypes. The most powerful thing about documenting all of our patterns and building them in code is that now, designers and prototypers on our team can use the components to rapidly create real, interactive deliverables. And they never have to worry about anything being out of date.
Sönke Rohde's Languages
Sönke Rohde's Skills & Expertise
- User Interface
- Cloud Computing
- Continuous Integration
- HTML 5
- Agile Methodologies
- MVC Architecture
- Test Driven Development
- Design Patterns
- Mobile Devices
- Web Applications
- User Experience
- Enterprise Software
- Software Engineering