Susannah’s Northeast Dreamin’ talk comes to Blanca Leon-Carter’s Apex16 study group! You don’t have to learn Apex to be an architect, but in case this interests you, you can learn the three rules of test-driven development and how to make testing PART of your code development – not an afterthought. Vocabulary and live coding are all part of the learning for this session. Read more to access the recording!
In the penultimate session from Blanca’s PD1 course, we cover:
- Describe the testing framework and requirements for deployment.
- Describe how to write unit tests for triggers, controllers, and classes.
- Describe when and how to use various sources of test data.
- Describe how to execute one or multiple test classes.
- Describe the differences between invoking Apex in
execute anonymous vs. unit tests.
This session, featuring guest speaker Kelsey Shannon, takes a deeper look at logic and process automation, exploring Apex triggers, Visualforce controllers, SOSL, SOQL and DML.
In week 3 of the Platform Developer I study group, Blanca Leon-Carter and guest presenter Kelle Costa take us through logic and process automation in Salesforce – constants, variables, declarative vs programmatic solutions and Apex data types.
The second meeting of the Platform Developer I study group is now available, in addition to the following resources. This week we focused on data modelling and management.
Blanca’s first Platform Developer I session kicks off with a guest speaker – Mark Adcock – to join in taking us through the fundamentals of the Salesforce platform.
Blanca Leon-Carter kicks off the first of seven study group sessions, taking us through the content for the Salesforce Platform Developer I certification.
After attending our latest Integration Architecture study group with Natalya Murphy, the lovely Blanca Leon-Carter was inspired to take up the mantle and lead a study group of her own, to help anyone who is interested in taking the Platform Developer I exam.