A fortnightly podcast with developers working with all things Salesforce and Salesforce1.
Especially force.com (Apex, Visualforce) but also Heroku and ExactTarget.
Episode 48 - Approximately a Salesforce Podcast
I would write some show notes, but time is tight, hence this is late. We DO talk about Salesforce a bit, with some quick comments on Bob (??) and... something else.
Also F1, because Steven likes racing cars now.
98% Salesforce Content
We broke some world records or something and recorded again. This time we actually do talk about Salesforce for the whole show. Well, most of it. Some. Some of it. We definitely talk about Salesforce.
Surprise! We're Still Here
A whole lot of waffle (what else would you expect) with the occasional mention of Salesforce.
Season 2 or Something
It's a new highly anticipated episode of what might be the world's most irregular and/or infrequent podcast, with more waffles than ever. In this episode we talk about:
Zoom, Neal Stephenson, the ATO and security scares Matt overthinking things and forgetting his Salesforce basics (i.e. query selectivity in triggers) Formula One 10x developers Working out when to upgrade your tools Accenture's SF Power Kit for DX Testing Motorbikes, cars and servicing You can find Accenture's SF Power Kit here: https://github.com/Accenture/sfpowerkit
Episode 43 — The Brisbane Time Glitch
In this episode we're coming to you live from last year, where we're recording at Down Under Dreaming (yes, with a 'g'): Brisbane Edition.
In this episode we talk more Salesforce than usual in front of a real audience, and talk to both Emily Hey and Doug Christ who was visiting from the US.
Episode 44 — Did We Miss Something?
Against all odds, it's an episode of Code Coverage. Topics discussed include:
* Audio problems, not knowing we were actually having some (doh)
* A brief tour or some of the features from Spring '19
* Salesforce and devops, or not
* The end of a an era Aura
* Lightning Web Components and their likely impact
* New flow builder
* The latest release of OS/2