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En esta sección te presentamos las últimas 5 entradas de nuestros blogs de referencia

Jeff Douglas Blog

Jeff es uno de nuestros gurús de referencia en el mundo de Salesforce. Con más de 10 años de experiencia (y muchos más en arquitectura de software) se convirtió en Force.com MVP en 2013 y no ha dejado de serlo. Nos mola de Jeff por tres razones.

1. Le gusta integrar cualquier nueva tecnología con Salesforce.
2. Siempre ofrece un workaround para funcionalidades que necesitas y que salesforce no proporciona en el standard.
3. Le encanta cacharrear con las últimas funcionalidades de cada release.

Por esto, por todas las veces que nos has sacado de un aprieto de código y por mucho más, Jeff, eres un jefazo. Sin duda un blog que no te puedes perder.

  • How we Built the 'Build a Battle Station' Trailhead Project

    It's official. Based upon the tweets, everyone seems to love our Trailhead project, Build a Battle Station App! We are thrilled it has been received so well. The Trailhead way is to do crazy, fun stuff and the hype surrounding Star Wars was the perfect opportunity for us to do […]

  • Salesforce Lightning Design System Node Demo

    Last weekend I started playing around with the new Lightning Design System and before I knew it, I had an entire app written!! It was as simple as using Bootstrap! I have a confession to make... I suck at front-end design. I typically stumble over spans and divs and inject […]

  • I'm the new Salesforce Trailhead Developer Advocate

    After Labor Day I'll be joining the Salesforce Developer Relations team as the new Trailhead Developer Advocate! Is this a dream job? Yes! Am I super-excited? Yes! If you are not familiar with Trailhead (shame on you!), it's simply the best way to learn Salesforce. Period. New to Salesforce or […]

  • My App Mavericks Video Interview with HeyWire

    I recently recorded an App Maverick interview for Salesforce with Meredith Flynn-Ripley, CEO and Founder of HeyWire, for a walkthrough of Heywire’s apps, LiveText Agent and Business Messenger. I've been doing SMS integration for Salesforce for years but HeyWire has some great features that make for a complete SMS […]

  • Alexa for Salesforce with Amazon Echo

    Amazon Echo is a voice command device with functions including question answering, playing music and controlling smart devices. Echo connects to Alexa, a cloud-based voice service, to provide information, answer questions, play music, read the news, check sports scores or the weather, and more—instantly. All you have to do […]

Bob Buzzard Blog

Código, código y más código. Este Arquitecto y Force.com MVP está obsesionado con mostrarnos las entrañas de salesforce. El siempre intentará primero mostrarte el secreto origen del universo salesforce «los metadatos». Pertenece a la antigua escuela del la consola de comandos. No te dejará impasivo con sus útiles aplicaciones. Síguelo, aprenderás seguro.

  • Automation with Platform Events

    IntroductionDuring the Trailblazers Innovate live session on 13th October, Wade Wegner made a comment about modern development being event driven rather than trigger driven, which is an approach I've been following for a while now, as in my view it maximises flexibility. Most of us are experiencing event driven development on the client side as we are working more and more with JavaScript, where […]

  • Salesforce CLI Scanner Custom XPath Rules - Part 2

    Introduction In Part 1 of this post I showed how to create an XPath expression that looks for SOQL queries outside of test method or accessor classes via the PMD designer. This in itself was good fun, and there's a definite rush when you finally come up with the appropriate runes, but is of limited value. In this post I'll embed the expression in a custom rule and add it to the […]

  • Salesforce CLI Scanner Custom XPath Rules - Part 1

    IntroductionEarlier this week (6th October 2020) a tweet popped up in my feed about the Salesforce CLI Scanner, which obviously caught my attention as I seem to have some kind of tunnel vision on the CLI and plug-ins right now. I'd seen something about this before, but at the time it felt like it was aimed more at ISVs to help them pass the security review. This wasn't something I had […]

  • Working remotely (and locally)

    Work has changedWork is no longer somewhere you go - it’s something you doIt's something you do from pretty much anywhere, if you can and your team/employer can manage the timezones. The COVID-19 outbreak has compressed 5-10 years worth of gradual working practice changes into a couple of quarters. It’s been 6 months for us in the UK and bar, a short government push to get people back […]

  • Now What for Dreamforce?

    The cancellation of the in-person 2020 Dreamforce conference brought my 10 year attendance streak to a shuddering halt. I'll shortly be taking my (late) summer holiday, and it will be the first one I can remember where I'm not building applications, putting together presentations for one or more sessions, or joining conference calls to cover how round table events will be run. While it […]