Around the Web – 20200320

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

Our Updates to Ease Salesforce Certification Concerns

The Trailblazer – Mac McConnachie – Mar 20, 10:01 AM – Anyone can publish on Medium per our Policies, but we don't fact-check every story. For more info about the coronavirus, see cdc.gov. We understand that you may have a lot on your mind right now aside from your Salesforce Certification(s), so we…

npm is joining GitHub

The GitHub Blog – Nat Friedman – Mar 16, 10:00 AM – I'm excited to announce that GitHub has signed an agreement to acquire npm. npm is a critical part of the JavaScript world. The work of the npm team over the last 10 years, and the contributions of hundreds of thousands of open source developers…

Smaller HTML Payloads with Service Workers

Philip Walton – Jan 7 – Many developers know that you can use service workers to cache web pages (and their sub-resources) in order to serve those pages to users when they're offline. And while this is true, it's far from the only thing that service workers can do to…

Cross Object Interface - The New Salesforce Object Framework

London's Calling – Jan 27, 3:50 AM – As you are aware about Salesforce objects, they act like containers to store data. This could be a Standard object, Custom object, Managed Package (AppExchange) object, External object and sometimes a Big Object. Have you ever needed to get details…

Salesforce Will No Longer Recover Your Data in Case of Disaster

Salesforce Ben – Yelena Slobard – Mar 18, 12:50 AM – Salesforce will no longer provide data backup recovery services in the case of data loss as of July 31st, 2020. Although you may not have ever heard of this service (don't worry, many people aren't aware), it is a pretty big deal for Salesforce to…

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