December 18, 2019

Old Habits Die Hard

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As part of our Digital + Personal Transformation (DxPx) series, we’re showcasing parallels between transformation in our digital and personal lives. We’re analyzing patterns in both software development and personal growth to learn and share how we can become better professionals and people In our previous post, we explored the difference between monolithic and iterative rollouts, […]

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May 24, 2019

Six Ways to Inspire Stakeholder Buy-In for Digital Transformations

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Digital transformations are happening everywhere. Across industries, companies are overhauling both customer-facing solutions and back-end operations by implementing exciting new technology. But before a digital transformation can begin, every tier of leadership must understand the implications of the change and invest in the strategy, from C-suite executives to upper and middle management. So, how can […]

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May 8, 2018

Salesforce Coding II: Too Many Triggers?

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When was the last time you took stock of the custom code in your Salesforce org? If it’s been a while, now might be the time to check on your triggers. Older Salesforce orgs may have evolved to include more than one trigger per object. This can cause unpredictable behavior, which is never a good […]

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April 23, 2018

Is a real PaaS?

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Cloud computing, with its related software, platform, and infrastructure service models, has changed the way people use technology. It’s so common that many people don’t think about, say, webmail or online document sharing as a cloud computing service; it’s just a normal part of the landscape. Both individuals and organizations use many cloud computing services. While […]

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April 23, 2018

3 Considerations for Salesforce Coding

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Sooner or later, in the Salesforce ecosystem, you will find yourself writing code to customize a Salesforce organization. There are plenty of references about the Apex programming language, which is Salesforce’s Java-esque proprietary language for controllers and triggers. Of course, you’ll follow general programming best practices. You’ll also want to keep a few things top-of-mind […]

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