Every release, there is a period of time between our internal release freeze and the sandbox release. I like to think of this time as Hammertime. In this window, we run a process we call “The Hammer”. The Hammer means taking every single Apex test that you or anyone else has created and running it twice.
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Have you heard that logging is repetitive or indecipherable? At first glance, logging might be intimidating, but thanks to the Developer Console Log Inspector, you can turn even the longest logs into poetry – or whatever you want. This post shows
Our journey to ELEVATE the skills of developer and partner communities continues with our next stop, Salesforce Platform ELEVATE in Washington DC. Salesforce Platform ELEVATE, is a FREE, one-day, hands-on workshop designed to teach Salesforce Platform developers how to build cloud applications. For Washington DC, we’re adding a third track to help enterpreneurs looking to build enterprise apps for the commercial and public sector markets.
It’s always hot in the summertime, and Ryan and I tried to heat it up a notch by spreading the word on all the new things coming out in the Summer ’13 release. If you missed it but you want to see the full show, you can find the recording on youtube. We covered a lot out of the release notes in a little less than an hour, but I’ll give you the cliff’s notes version here.
Salesforce Platform ELEVATE, is a FREE one-day hands-on developer workshop designed to teach beginner and advanced Salesforce Platform developers how to build cloud applications. Now, ELEVATE is coming to Detroit.
Case Management brings together ad hoc teams to assess, diagnose and resolve customer issues. And, SLAs (Service Level Agreements) drive resolution urgency. But, what happens if issues aren’t communicated in a timely manner? What about the liabilities associated with missing your SLAs?
Beginning in April 2013 we’re adding new time zone options to Force.com Fridays, along with an Intro to Apex session.
Learn how to test Apex HTTP callouts using the new HttpCalloutMock feature.
One of the cool features we went over in the Spring ’13 Developer Preview webinar was Connect in Apex. Connect in Apex, also known as the Connect API, exposes Chatter API resources as objects in Apex to build native custom Chatter integrations on Force.com. Connect in Apex extends current functionality of accessing Chatter data using Apex, and exposes Chatter data in a simpler way. Check out this post to see how to get started building your own customizable feed.