2022 was a HUGE year for the Salesforce Developer community, and we shared a ton of content around new features, events, tutorials, best practices, and more. Each year, we take a look back to recognize some of the most important highlights in our annual awards ceremony: The Codey Awards. This year, we invited our global developer community to participate by voting for your favorites on social media.

Take a look at this year’s winners! ⬇️

Most Helpful Blog Post: Get Up and Running with DevOps Center Today

The new DevOps Center makes it easier than ever to manage changes and deployments in Salesforce. Check out this blog post to learn how to get started quickly.
Get Up and Running with DevOps Center Today

Most Popular Video Series: codeLive

The @SalesforceDevs YouTube channel has a number of series worth subscribing to, but the fan-favorite in 2022 was codeLive, where you can join the conversation and watch LIVE as we work through coding demos.
codeLive, Codey Award winner for best video series

Most Popular YouTube Video: Getting Started with Code Builder

Code Builder is a modern, web-based development environment that allows you to develop from anywhere without downloading software. Our most popular YouTube video of 2022 is all about how to get started with the tool.
Getting Started with Code Builder

Most Popular Blog: Drive Consistency and Grow Developer Skills with a Developer Best Practices Checklist

Checklists are important tools in preventing code quality issues and setbacks. It’s understandable why this post wins the 2022 Codey Award for the most popular blog post!
Developer Best Practices Checklist

Most Popular Podcast Episode: OSS Software with James Simone

Our most listened-to podcast of the year features Salesforce Lead Software Engineer, James Simone. He discusses his passion for open-source software and offers suggestions for how to get started with OSS yourself.
OSS Software with James Simone

Best Lightning Web Components Content: Embed Screen Flows in Your LWCs

Screen Flow lets developers and admins create user interfaces and tie them to Salesforce data. Learn how to embed screen flows in your Lightning Web Components in this award-winning blog post.

Best lightning web components content
Whew! That’s a wrap for 2022. We hope you enjoyed being part of the Salesforce Developers community last year, and we can’t wait to share more exciting stuff coming this year. Be sure to follow SalesforceDevs on social media to vote for your favorites in the 2023 Codey Awards!

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Anthony Tavan

Anthony Tavan is a Senior Marketing Specialist at Salesforce. His passions include visual communication, science, technology, and nature.

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