In this episode, we discuss using the @testSetup annotation, Chrome enterprise supporting SaaS apps, AWS hiring James Gosling, and we answer questions from the Good Day, Sir! Community.
In this episode, we discuss our experiences at Texas Dreamin' 2017, various ways people learn to code, and Salesforce's Fiscal 2018 first quarter results.
In this episode we discuss custom lightning development, PhantomJS and Headless Chrome, Apple’s Q2 earnings, Hulu TV, Oracle restructuring its sales team, Benioff’s $400 billion job creation goal, and where to meet up for happy hour at Texas Dreamin 2017.
- How Hulu Reinvented Itself for Live Tv
- Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff dishes on his $400 billion job creation goal
- Apple boss Tim Cook says 'reports about future products' likely delayed quarterly iPhone purchases
- Massive Oracle sales re-org to accelerate cloud cash drive
- Getting Started with Headless Chrome
- Roger Mitchell Blog
- Brett Nelson Blog
- Eureka - Austin, TX
In this episode, we discuss Amazon’s Lex as a service, AWS CEO’s comments on Oracle customers, getting started as a developer, our first computers and the languages we used, implementing Salesforce using Agile, the risk of Lightning UIs suffering from poor usability design, the risk of business logic in lightning controllers, opinions on the Lightning Design System (SLDS), and the productivity of Salesforce development vs other languages.
In this episode, we discuss Salesforce achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, various highlights from Facebook's F8 conference, Oracle's recent acquisitions, Punycode phishing attack, and losing patience with Lightning.
- Salesforce Achieves Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions The company now provides a carbon neutral cloud for all customers
- The 4 Most Important Things Facebook Just Announced
- Google Earth
- Oracle Buys Moat
- Facebook keeps pushing forward with its competitor to Slack and Atlassian -- here's what's new
- Chrome and Firefox Phishing Attack Uses Domains Identical to Known Safe Sites
- This Phishing Attack is Almost Impossible to Detect On Chrome, Firefox and Opera
- Salesforce Debuts Einstein High Velocity Sales Cloud, Powered by AI
- Facebook announces React Fiber, a rewrite of its React framework