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

Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast: Check Your Limit

Fireside – Jeremy Ross – December 18th, 2019 • 1 hr 16 mins • Download (52.4 MB) • Link with Timestamp In this episode, we discuss, Salesforce CRUD security, a few release note highlights, Oracle moving their OpenWorld conference to Las Vegas, and what…

Controversial sale of .org domain manager faces review at ICANN

Ars Technica – Jon Brodkin (@JBrodkin) – Dec 16, 7:00 AM – ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) said last week that it sent requests for information to PIR in order to determine whether the transfer should be allowed. ‘ICANN will thoroughly evaluate the responses, and then ICANN has…

The JAMstack Landscape

CSS-Tricks – Dec 17, 7:00 AM – Easily manage projects with monday.com It’s no big secret that Netlify invented the term JAMstack. While it’s possible to embrace the JAMstack without using Netlify, it’s notable that Netlify is at the very heart of the whole ‘JAMstack landscape.’…

ETQR: A QR Code Generator And Scanner Written Using Salesforce’s Lightning Web Components

LinkedIn: Log In or Sign Up – Dec 18 – My latest blog, https://medium.com/@ElToroIT/etqr-code-scanner-47ef5ea67d90, shows how to work with QR Codes, and has links to the GitHub repo for the full code. My goal with this project is to create a QR Scanner and generator in Salesforce using…

Open Sourcing the Jenkins Config-Driven Pipelines Plugin

Salesforce Engineering – Justin Harringa – Dec 17, 7:13 AM – Earlier this year, we open-sourced the Jenkins Config-Driven Pipeline Plugin to share some work we did internally to make it easy to provide a flexible pipeline setup for engineers. Our main goal was to allow engineers to easily onboard themselves…

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