Op-Ed: 5 Sins as a Consultant

Being a consulting customer and a consultant myself, I’ve seen and done quite a few sins myself. A shortlist of what I think are deadly sins: 1) Running/System user2) Debugging/notification emails3) Active Users after leaving4) Client name prefixes to fields/classes/workflows5) Not clean up before leavingBonus Sin: Refuse to help after Go-Life 1) Running/System user It’s …

APEX Mocking Frameworks: Just too many choices

Target Group: DevelopersComplexity: Medium Disclaimer: This is not a comprehensive comparison but is based on my limited experience. Any feedback is highly welcome. Way too late in my career, I started using mocking frameworks. Now, I’ve too many mocking frameworks to choose from. I was wondering, what’s the difference and what’s the best one to …

Don’t hunt alone, get a Business Guide

Topic: Fixing bugsTarget Group: Admins, DeveloperComplexity: Low We all have to fix bugs from time to time. I love hunting for bugs like a lone wolf, stalking through the dark forest of Flows, Default Values, Debug Logs, and cryptic Bug reports. While it’s fun sometimes, often it’s a lengthy and frustrating process. There’s a better …