En esta sección te presentamos las últimas 5 entradas de nuestros blogs de referencia
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.
Guest Appearance on the Salesforce Developer Podcast
Last September I was fortunate to join my old buddy, Josh Birk, on his Salesforce Developer Podcast to talk about all thing Trailhead including our history together, trick and tools we use on Trailhead and some of our internal applications. I had a great time on the podcast and ho […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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.
Winter! In August?
It's odd to be writing this post while here in the UK we are just coming off record temperatures, but in Salesforce terms it will soon be Winter. <Feel free to insert a variant on Winter is Coming here - I feel like I've done enough of that>. Winter 23 hits sandboxes on August 26th 2022 - like Christmas I'm sure it gets earlier each year, but more likely it's because this […]
Bob the Code Builder - Part 1
IntroductionAfter rather long wait for those of us that were keen to get our hands on it, Salesforce Code Builder went into open beta on July 13th 2022. I was particularly interested in this as I'd been on the beta of the underlying technology - Visual Studio Codespaces back in 2020 and the beta of Github Codespaces in 2021. I couldn't get on the Code Builder pilot, in spite of twisting […]
The CPU Effects of Sorting
Introduction Regular readers of this blog will know that I'm curious about the CPU time consumed by various developer activities on the Salesforce platform - as I've written before, developing at enterprise scale often turns into a Man Vs CPU battle. One area I've been meaning to look into for a while is list sorting, and it's been an interesting investigation. Sorting […]
The Org Documentor Keeps On Executing
Introduction Back in February I added support for some of the steps of the order of execution, mostly because of the flow ordering support added in Spring 22. This has created a nice backlog of work to support more of the steps, starting with duplicate rules which I added in today. Duplicate Rules This is a slight departure from earlier releases of the documentor, […]
Org Documentor - (Some of) The Order of Execution
Introduction It's been a while since I made any changes to the Org Documentor, partly because I've been focused in other areas, and partly because I didn't need anything else documented. This changed with the Spring 22 release of Salesforce and the Flow Trigger Explorer. I really liked the idea of the explorer, but was disappointed that it showed inactive flows and didn't […]