Imagine that your heating system is losing pressure because of a leakage. Imagine that you receive a notification on your phone telling you that your machine needs maintenance…
Do you want to integrate data from external legacy systems in your Salesforce organization without storing it? In most cases integration with Salesforce is done with middleware tools known as ETL’s, ESB or Cloud integration platforms. These tools extract data from homogeneous or heterogeneous data sources, transform the data and duplicate it in Salesforce.
At PwC we use continuous integration whenever we can. It helps us to manage our code base when we have multiple developers working together on large scale projects. Developers submit their code to the shared Git repositories every evening before they leave or multiple times during the day.
The discoveries from my Salesforce journey. As a beginning Salesforce Developer I stumbled upon some limitations Apex confronts me with.
When I signed my contract with PwC in 2011, my job title said: “Salesforce consultant”. That same contract stated that the job entails giving pre sales demo’s, capturing business requirements and translating them into a realistic and actionable solution design, implement the Salesforce platform end to end and project management.