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Part 3: Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes: Everything You Need to Know

Dan and Peter finally get through reviewing the Salesforce Winter Release Notes. Check out the final post in our three-part series covering everything you need to know this season.

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Part 2: Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes: Everything You Need to Know

We culled through the Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes to highlight the top updates you need to know about right now.

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Part 1: Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes: Everything You Need to Know

We culled through the Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes to highlight the top updates you need to know about right now.

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Applying User Experience Design to Build Successful Salesforce Communities

We asked one of our User Experience Design experts for tips on building successful Salesforce Communities. Here's what we learned.

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Phishing-Resistant One-Time Codes Autofill Delivered Via SMS

A draft standard for the format of SMS one-time passwords (e.g. two-factor authentication codes) to help thwart phishing attacks.

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Git History & Heroku Pipelines

For many developers, the git history is the one source of truth for the state of a project. But it's important to know that there’s a gotcha here if you’re using Heroku Pipelines to deploy your staging app to production.

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Salesforce AppExchange: Our 6 favourite free apps

Six free apps we believe are the must-haves for every single Salesforce instance.

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Salesforce reference extension for VSCode

Search Salesforce Developer Documentation entries in VSCode, and open them in your browser.

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Top 10 Takeaways from the Salesforce Summer '20 Release Notes

Dan Fowlie, Co-Founder and COO shares key updates and his favourite features from the latest Salesforce release notes.

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Looking for slow and frequent queries with pg_stat_statements

Today I stumbled upon something so useful for investigating Postgres performance issues that I wish I’d learnt about it much earlier.

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Constraint Driven Development

No matter what language we're using, the software we write is subject to some set of real-world constraints, which define what is possible and whether our software is working.

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Strategies and OCP

Recently I ran into a great use for a common OOP pattern - the Strategy Pattern. This led me into thinking about the Open/Closed Principle (OCP from here on out) and in general my interest in software design.

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