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Brett M. Nelson - Friday, August 14, 2020

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

Changing World, Changing Mozilla - The Mozilla Blog

Mozilla – Mitchell Baker – Jul 18, 2018, 12:00 AM – This is a time of change for the internet and for Mozilla. From combatting a lethal virus and battling systemic racism to protecting individual privacy — one thing is clear: an open and accessible internet is essential to the fight. Mozilla…

Quiddity - the 'whatness' of concurrent Apex limits in Event Monitoring

salesforcehacker.com – atorman – Oct 24, 2018, 5:31 AM – I had to look that one up. One of our awesome architects here at Salesforce, Peter Wisnovsky, came up with it. Quiddity is defined by Wikipedia as the essence of an object. Literally its 'whatness' or 'what it is'. What the?! Why not just call it…

Apex Code Coverage Updates in the CLI - Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce.com – Aug 12, 9:20 AM – As any good Salesforce developer will tell you, Apex code coverage is important — and not just because it's required to deploy. Code coverage indicates how many executable lines of code in your classes and triggers have been exercised by…

New Salesforce Apex CircleCI Orb - Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce.com – Aug 11, 9:10 AM – Last December we announced our first collaboration with CircleCI in the form of a new orb for setting up your automated CI using the Salesforce CLI. Over the last 6 months we've continued working with CircleCI and today we're announcing a new orb…

Lightning Tip: Always Create Admin Friendly Lightning Components

Sara Has No Limits – Sara Morgan – Aug 13, 8:29 AM – In case you did not realize, Salesforce Lightning components can be one of two flavors: Aura components – Launched in 2015 and up until early 2019 were called Lightning components. Lightning web components (LWC's) – Launched in 2019…

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