Around the Web – 20171117

Around the Web – 20171117

Brett M. Nelson - Friday, November 17, 2017

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

Introducing Visual Studio Live Share

November 15, 2017 Amanda Silver, @amandaksilver We are excited to announce that we're working on “Visual Studio Live Share”, which enables developers using Visual Studio 2017 or Visual Studio Code to collaborate in real-time! Learn...

151: Ironic Sweater

In this episode, we discuss Einstein Analytics and SAQL, Marc Benioff's interview on the topic of equal pay, Salesforce's 2017 Invester Day, and the Dreamforce 2017 Developer Keynote.

Pure Aloe Sample Application. Part 1: Lightning Components and Salesforce DX - Salesforce Developers Blog

Pure Aloe is a new sample application that demonstrates the power of the Salesforce Platform to build modern apps fast. In this blog post, I share the source code of the application, highlight some of its key features, and provide simple...

Governor Limits and @testSetup

Whenever I teach courses that cover testing there's always something that niggles me and my most recent Dev 450 was no different. My problem is with the implied behaviour of the @testSetup annotation in test classes. In particular I always worry...

Introducing the IBM Watson SDK for Salesforce - Salesforce Developers Blog

It's my pleasure to introduce you to the brand-new IBM Watson SDK for Salesforce. The creation of this SDK shows the strong commitment of Salesforce and IBM for our developer communities, as it makes it easier to use Watson capabilities within...

GitHub - FREE! - For Your Salesforce DX Adventures - Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce and GitHub are thrilled to offer you six free months of Github for Business. You'll get unlimited private repositories for up to five users on a fantastic cloud-based version control platform. How sweet is that? You've gotten through the...

Meet the New Component Library (Beta)

Release Notes – Note: This release is in preview. Features described here don't become generally available until the latest general availability date that Salesforce announces for this release. Before then, and where features are noted as beta, pilot, or developer...

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