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Something for Everyone in Salesforce’s Summer ’17 Release

It’s that time again…the team at Salesforce is introducing another batch of upgrades as they continue to evolve the user experience and functionality of their product. This release focuses mainly on Lightning Experience and includes some new offerings. We’ve highlighted some of the big changes broken down into the user group they will affect theREAD MORE →

Converting JavaScript Button for Lightning Experience – Part 1

Are you looking to implement Lightning Experience in your Salesforce org? Do you have a lot of custom JavaScript buttons in your org? Are your JavaScript buttons holding you back from turning on Lightning Experience for your users? We hope you enjoy Part 1 of this useful guide, below. Those curious to learn more can downloadREAD MORE →

Visualforce vs. Standard Functionality

Many developers will agree that using standard “out-of-the-box” Salesforce functionality whenever possible will make your organization easier to maintain in the long run. However, it is likely that you will eventually run into a problem or feature request that just isn’t possible without some custom code. Part of being a successful developer is being ableREAD MORE →

TLS 1.0 Disablement on Salesforce.com

Are you ready for TLS 1.0 disablement in your Salesforce org? By now you have probably seen some notices from Salesforce warning that TLS 1.0 is no longer going to be allowed when connecting to Salesforce via an HTTPS connection. TLS 1.0 disablement will be activated via a Critical Update, which had an original auto-activationREAD MORE →

Insights from a Sniper Survivor

Recently,  I was involved in a conversation with co-workers about the rapid pace of change in our world.  The group had been watching the news and noted an increase in violence against police officers. This aggression against authority is definitely a change, at least in the United States.  Times change rapidly, and technology is fuelingREAD MORE →

Three practical fixes to improve your IT performance

When I was a boy, there were times the older kids would take off ahead of me to the ballpark or community pool. Or, I’d get spurned by a young, freckle-faced redhead (yet again). Either way, I would find my way to Grampa’s house for consolation. On these occasions, I would reach his house andREAD MORE →

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