This month’s roundup has some of the best articles I’ve read in a while! most are short, informative and creatively written, but I’ve also included a couple of longer articles that thoroughly cover important issues. these articles were chosen carefully to create a list that will benefit both Administrators and Developers. Hope I did a good job!
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Starting off with a big one, as this is probably one of the hottest topics right now- the upcoming Summer 16′ release. Lucky for us- Mr. Rakesh Gupta wrote a great review of the new features you’ll find in the upcoming release, so be sure to check it out and stay on the beat!
A great new find for me, CloudVadana’s blog provides simple yet awesome Salesforce tips that are very fun to read. This time he recommends a great tool to create package.xml files easily. Check him out!
Did you know that The largest file size users can upload with Visualforce is 10MB? If you were ever required to upload a large file, you probably do, and it probably frustrated the hell out of you… Well, with the help of Ashish Sharma’s Awesome guide, you can now upload up to 2GB! YAY!
ChadForce is another recent discovery for me, and I just wish I had found out about his blog earlier! Chad updates his blog frequently with very useful tips. Be sure to check this one out as well as his other great posts.
What more can I say? A great articles whose sole purpose is to help Salesforce Developers maximize their performance. Some points here will definitely surprise you.
A great post that provides another testimony for the awesomeness of Trailhead. Stef van der Oever shares his experience with it, including some learning struggles along the way, all the way to career success. Really enjoyed reading it.
Very readable, super-thorough and most of all- full of great tips, this post by Roshan Sahatiya will guide you through your Salesforce Service Guide implementation and make the process as easy as it gets.
Last but not least… the first post in what I hope will become a monthly special- Salesforce MVP and dear colleague Roy Gilad will share awesome tips to make your work with Salesforce much, much easier. Check out his first post!