If you want to be a Salesforce rockstar, you need to add custom metadata types to your set of declarative tools. Yes, you heard it right – custom metadata types are not only for developers, but they’re also great for everyone! And with the recent addition of support in validation rules, they are just getting […]
The transition from developer to architect is one not everybody can make. In this session, Steven will show you how to think like an architect when approaching problems, and some of the key principles behind systems and enterprise architecture.
This session would cover taking an existing org, converting to Salesforce DX, creating a new repository with branches for an appropriate development process, and how to branch your first feature.
This session will provide an introduction the the various tools and patterns available for communicating within and between custom Lightning Components and Applications. I will cover Component Events, Application Events and Component Methods, as well as the impacts and considerations of using Lightning Data Service and Platform caching. Session attendees will walk away with a […]
If you’re a developer you’re probably fairly familiar with your org’s Governor Limits (CPU Time, SOQL queries, DML operations) but if you’re an admineloper, admin, or business analyst excited to design automation with new tools like process builder and visual flow, you might not be taking these limits into account, and subsequently hitting errors. This […]
Using Platform events, we will show how easy integrations can be made using a publisher/subscriber (pub/sub) model using standard functionality and a bit of code.
Salesforce has made many acquisitions over the past few years, many of which run on the public cloud. How Salesforce builds and runs Salesforce has changed dramatically and Heroku is central to that. In this session, we will talk about the integration challenges, how Salesforce addresses them, Mulesoft, and Heroku as the developer experience for […]
I attended the Trailheadx Admin to Dev session and observed there is a lot that gets lost in translation for Admins who want to gain Dev skills, or just learn how Devs work to better collaborate on projects. I propose an open discussion with moderation to support people interested in this topic. My Trailheadx instructor […]
I intend to do a talk on some aspect of design led thinking and how it is different than a historic project where the business throws requirements over the wall to a development team.
After the release of DCP packages, production environments are not a just a single monolithic container of metadata. Learn how to split your production org metadata (happy soup) into multiple DCP unlocked packages to have a better software development life cycle. We will share and discuss strategies on how to approach to the most common […]
Last year, one of the questions I was asked most often after my talk was “But how do you do CI for Salesforce well?” This year, we’re going to do a practical example of Salesforce CI, using publicly available CI tools, the SFDX toolchain, and new Lightning Testing Services. And we’re going to do it […]
Which Salesforce career path is right for you? In this session, we evaluate the pros and cons of the core Salesforce career paths: admin, developer, and architect. Every aspect is examined including pay, short and long term job prospects, end games, and more. Then, we’ll give you the best resources for starting down your chosen […]
Admit it – you’re secretly terrified that you aren’t keeping up – that you’re falling further and further behind. Well guess what – you’re not alone. In this session we’ll face that truth together, and figure out how to deal with it.
Salesforce DX is transforming the way we customize orgs and build apps, and with the introduction of a new command line tool, we now have even more options at our fingertips. But for many, using the command line is daunting. Attend this session to learn how command lines work, and get a hands-on demonstration of […]