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84. Look Outside of Salesforce | Leo Alves
Leo Alves, who joins to talk about Look outside of Salesforce, is a Software engineer and Salesforce developer based on Australia. Main Points In this conversation, Leo talked about his non-IT background and how he entered Salesforce and gradually became a Salesforce developer. He also shared why he considers it important to learn IT skills outside of Salesforce. Links Leo’s Twitter Leo’s LinkedIn
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83. Domain-Driven Design | David Felkel
David Felkel, who joins to talk about Domain-Driven Design, is a Munich based Salesforce developer, software engineer, scrum master. He is also on his freelancer journey. Main points What is Domain-Driven Design (DDD)? Ubiqitous language and its natural synergy with Salesforce Technical DDD in Salesforce – how is it limited? DDD and Apex – what can be used in Salesforce? How to learn DDD Links David’s LinkedIn Video Teaser The YouTube Video URL
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82. Working effectively with legacy code | Michael Feathers
Michael Feathers is a well-recognized programmer in the IT industry, the author of the famous programming book Working Effectively with Legacy Code, and the founder of R7K Research & Conveyance. Michael talked about the content of his book, what is his definition of legacy code, how to work with legacy code, Why tests are important, etc. Links Michael’s Twitter Michael’s Blog Working Effectively with Legacy Code The deep synergy between testability and good design R7K Research & Conveyance Video Teaser The YouTube Video URL
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81. From Theater Arts to Developer Evangelist | Peter Chittum
Peter Chittum is Senior Director, Developer Evangelist at Salesforce. Peter grows from Theater Arts and French education to Developer Evangelist and Manager at Salesforce. He also shared how the Salesforce front-end evolved, how to learn functional programming, imposter syndrome challenges, etc. Links Peter’s Twitter Peter’s LinkedIn Elixir programming language Video Teaser The YouTube Video URL
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80. Blending Business and Technical Insights | Tina Wilburn
Tina Wilburn joins to talk about the Blending Business and Technical Insights topic. Tina is a Senior Program Architect at Salesforce, with 25 years in the software engineering and consulting space. She has an MBA as well as a Master’s Degree in Project Management and has worked as a Salesforce architect since 2014. In addition to 15 Salesforce certifications, Tina is an expert in enterprise architecture, integrations, AI, and business consulting. Main points Overview of Tina’s career: from mainframes to MBA, to Salesforce program architect What helps her to interface with executive leaders Tips for career success The journey to
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79. Salesforce Mobile Development | Gaurav Kheterpal
Gaurav Kheterpal, who joins to talk about Salesforce Mobile Development, is the CTO at MTX Group, Salesforce MVP, 31x Salesforce & Google Certified Enterprise Architect, Pluralsight Author, and Einstein Champion. Main points What are the various mobile development methodologies in Salesforce? What are the trade-offs of each mobile development approach? When should I use or not use Salesforce1 mobile app? What are some of the key things to keep in mind while building a Salesforce mobile app? What does Salesforce Mobile SDK contain? How can one start learning Salesforce mobile development? Links Gaurav’s LinkedIn Gaurav’s Twitter Salesforce Mobile SDK Gaurav’s
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