Introduction When we hear the word `logging,` we tend to roll our eyes and groan. Why wouldn’t we? The debug logs in Salesforce are tedious to slog through. But they’re a valuable tool for troubleshooting… Read More »From Data to Decisions: Salesforce with Advanced Logging
Recently, I was working on a project connecting Mulesoft to a Confluent Kafka cluster while migrating from Heroku Kafka Connect. Heroku Kafka Connect in a Private Space requires mTLS and IP allowlisting to connect to… Read More »Connecting to Confluent Kafka from Mulesoft 4
The Salesforce ecosystem has been great in driving the no-code/low-code movement. In true “No Software” fashion, they have put a great deal of effort into empowering Administrators to accomplish what Developers were typically needed for.… Read More »Flow vs. Apex is the Incorrect Debate
I have been a fan of serverless compute for quite some time now, whether AWS Lamda or Azure Functions. The idea of offloading compute in either an asynchronous or synchronous flow is powerful. At Dreamforce… Read More »Salesforce Functions: What’s your function?
Certifications are great for setting yourself apart from the crowd, showing expertise in a subject, and creating community. Some certifications are more challenging than others, for example, PMP, CISSP, and Certified Technical Architect. Certifications have… Read More »The Salesforce Certification Devaluation