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.
Code Coverage Posts
A whole lot of waffle (what else would you expect) with the occasional mention of Salesforce.
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
- Motorbikes, cars and servicing
You can find Accenture’s SF Power Kit here: https://github.com/Accenture/sfpowerkit
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.
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
We really do mean to publish more often. Promise. We even line up times and and everything.
It’s us again, talking somewhat about Salesforce, but with a few (ok, many) inevitable tangents thrown in. Some of the topics covered:
* Forcelandia and Dreamforce
* Being a male ally
* IDEs and Salesforce (again!)
* Cars and the software that runs them
Another year passes, another episode gets release. Well it feels like that anyway. This took a week or so to publish after recording because our tracks got out of sync somehow. It sounds like my track (Matt) has been sped up slightly, with a few glitches pulling them back in time on occasion. So, apologies for that. Topics discussed in this episode:
- Some actual code that Steven wrote
- My washing machine
- Dealing with release bugs
- Mobile Operating Systems and virtual assistants
- CRUD, FLS and Security Reviews
- Salesforce IDEs and tools
- Software development / programming books we like
Lo and behold, we recorded again. It’s almost becoming a habit. Once again you’re stuck with myself and Steven rabbiting on about all sorts, including:
- Using bookmarks in your browser (bleeding edge stuff here)
- Salesforce (some new cloud thing)
- Deployment antics and packages
- How to break production environments
- Trailhead, DX and Git – the new learning curve
- Lightning experience performance
- Steven’s ambitions to be Eminem, certifications and badges
- Where our listeners (you are very much appreciated!) are located around the world
We’re back, and rambling more than ever. We chat about many things including the Spring release, IDEs and The Welkin Suite, computer keyboards and phones.
In this episode of Code Coverage Steven is off on a bit of a jolly so instead I’m joined by Jarrod Hunt, a long time BA who’s worked in various roles and is all to familiar with the perils of working with developers. We discuss:
- The upcoming Down Under Dreaming Conference in Sydney
- Teaching code concepts to admins: what’s useful for them to know
- The role of BAs sitting between clients and developers
- What developers could do better from a BA’s point of view
There’s a few surprising (at least to me) lessons for developers in here, and it’s interesting to see that some of the same things developers look for a team member are the same as those that a BA might look for.