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

Web Development Merit Badges

CSS-Tricks – Sep 16, 7:30 AM – Easily manage projects with monday.com…

The Internet Relies on People Working for Free

OneZero – Owen Williams – Sep 16, 10:37 AM – When you buy a product like Philips Hue’s smart lights or an iPhone, you probably assume the people who wrote their code are being paid. While that’s true for those who directly author a product’s software… Welcome to a place where words…

(Why) Some HTML is ‘optional’

CSS-Tricks – Sep 16, 9:34 AM – Easily manage projects with monday.com Remy Sharp digs into the history of the web and describes why the <p> tag doesn’t need to be closed like this: Pre-DOM, pre-browsers, the world’s first browser was being written by Sir Tim Berners-Lee.

Play by Play: Taming the Salesforce Order of Execution

Pluralsight – Aug 30 – In this course, you’ll learn about the sequence of operations that are happening when a record is created or updated in Salesforce – known as the “Order of Execution”. Introduction and Setting the Stage Understanding the Save Process…

Open-source companies gather to gripe: Cloud giants sell our code as a service – and we get the square root of nothing • The Register

The Register – Thomas Claburn – Sep 19, 5:19 PM – Taking the reins after Nils Brauckmann retires in August How do you solve a problem like compliance? VMworld CEO makes commitment ahead of event’s second-day news flurry ‘They used to be seen as the good guys, and Oracle was the bad guy’. So that…

#DF19 Rejection Blues? No Problem! We can help! Register with the Salesforce Ohana #SpeakerRolodex today!

Cheer up! When life serves up lemons it’s a great opportunity to make Lemonade. — That’s what I say! Year after year it’s unfortunate hundreds of people who take the time and effort to submit sessions get turned away by the Dreamforce Content Team with…

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