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With Force.com, you can implement business logic and build entire apps using point-and-click features such as workflows and approval processes. But sometimes you need even more control and that's when you can leverage the power of Apex. Apex is a strongly-typed, object-oriented programming language that lets you centralize and execute flow and transaction control statements […]
The new Queueable interface provides you with more tools for writing asynchronous Apex code. Here are more details on how it works.
I am back with another open-source project. By popular demand, the WSDL2Apex generator is now available for you to improve and repair.
The Eclipse plug-in you know and love is now Open-Source. You can now contribute to the tool. You can add that-one-feature you really want, and you can fix a bug that's slowing you down. Here's how.
If Apex transaction limits are cramping your style, you will want to look into the Enhanced Futures pilot. This feature will allow specified transactions to request additional limits which are necessary to perform the intended task.
When David Liu emailed Marc Benioff for a Dreamforce pass, he didn't expect an answer. Now, he's a Salesforce Architect at Google.
Learn about the benefits of storing and managing images in Salesforce CRM Content, and how to use the power of Salesforce CRM Content and Visualforce to easily build dynamic pages, in this blog post from Markus Spohn.
Jess Lopez did not plan to be a programmer, but fell in love with coding in college. She is now the Director of Web Engineering at New York Cares, helping more than 59,000 volunteers to serve 400,000 at-risk New Yorkers by coding on Force.com. She shares her story and advice here.
Masha Thomas has always enjoyed breaking things, which makes programming a perfect career for her. She started developing on Force.com before Apex Code and Visualforce, when coding S-Controls was all the rage. Today, she is quietly coding away at 2U in New York City and doesn't see herself as a "woman developer". I am honored that she is letting me share her story.