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For everyone

  1. Build Your Admin AI Skills with These New Trailhead Modules
    Check new AI-related content on Trailhead, Salesforce's free online learning platform. Learn fundamental concepts and explore essential AI tools to adapt to the growing influence of AI in our lives.

  2. 4 Free Apps for Salesforce Marketing Cloud
    The blog post delves into the top four free apps that can elevate your Salesforce Marketing Cloud experience.

  3. Find Next Business Day From a Specified Date
    In this blog post, the author discusses the importance of avoiding weekends and holidays when conducting business. This article is a follow-up to a previous blog post and dives deeper into finding the next business day from a specified date, taking into account business hours and holidays.

  4. 7+ Trailhead Badges for Learning AI
    Discover the top Trailhead badges to kickstart your journey into Salesforce AI. Unveiled this year, Salesforce introduces over 35 AI-focused badges. Dive into this post to explore the essential badges that provide insights into implementing generative AI in Salesforce.

  5. 5 Steps to Trusted Generative AI for Salesforce Developers
    By adopting a privacy-first approach, developers can create a trusted foundation for responsible, sustainable, and ethical generative AI practices, all while driving efficiency. Using the five steps, you can innovate quickly, increase productivity, and enhance personalized experiences, all while ensuring the security and privacy of your customer data.

  6. Add a Star Rating Component to your screens
    If you are building a survey or a feedback form, you can use number or selection input components to get a rating from the user. Even though they will store the answer, they won't look like the surveys that we are familiar with. However, you can use this custom Star Rating Component that lets the users select a star and stores the number of selected stars.

  7. Salesforce Users Mobile Device Login History Report
    To Report on Salesforce Users Mobile Device Login History, create a Report on Users Standard Report Type. Use the Filter on the Report with Login Subtype as 'OAuth User-Agent for Hybrid Apps'.

  8. What Is a Schedule-Triggered Flow?
    As an admin, you may be given business requirements to perform some type of automation, like maintain your org's data or complete routine tasks (for example, send an email reminder) on a scheduled time and frequency, such as daily or weekly. Or, you might just need to run automation once on a batch of records. To solve for that without writing code, you can create a schedule-triggered flow.

For devs

  1. The Top 20 Vulnerabilities Found in the AppExchange Security Review
    Learn why the AppExchange Security Review is known for its rigorous process and how Salesforce prioritizes trust and data protection. Discover the top 20 reasons partners fail the review, as well as effective ways to fix or avoid these issues. Enhance transparency and ensure success in publishing offerings on AppExchange.

  2. The Salesforce CLI sf (v2) Is Here! - Part 1
    Discover the latest updates on Salesforce CLI sf (v2) in this informative blog series. Part 1 explores the exciting new features and enhancements, while Part 2 provides valuable insights on transitioning to the new sf-style commands and flag patterns. Stay ahead of the game with this must-read for Salesforce developers.

  3. The Salesforce CLI sf (v2) Is Here! - Part 2
    Part two.

  4. How to find Guest User Context in Salesforce Lightning Web Component?
    To find Guest User Context in Salesforce Lightning Web Component, import @salesforce/user/isGuest property.

For architects

  1. The Road To Tech Debt Is Paved With Good Intentions
    This post discusses the author's experiences with the balance between speed and quality in software development, particularly in relation to the idea of 'tech debt.' The author challenges the theory that quality should be prioritized from the start, arguing that this often leads to rushed work, omitted tests, and ultimately, failure. The article also examines the role of architecture quality in recovering from these failures and poses questions about how to avoid such pitfalls in software engineering.

  2. Processing Large Amounts of Data with APIs (Part 1 of 2)
    When working in an enterprise environment, you may need to process large amounts of Salesforce records using the Platform APIs. Here are the options for processing data at scale. This first post focuses on read operations with the REST API and the Bulk APIs.

  3. Processing Large Amounts of Data with APIs (Part 2 of 2)
    This is Part 2 on processing data at scale with APIs, focusing on write operations, comparing the Composite API and the Bulk APIs.

  4. nebula-core on github
    The base set of Salesforce Apex classes used by Nebula Consulting. Covers many functional areas

  5. Connect Salesforce Data Cloud to Amazon SageMaker
    Learn how to connect your Salesforce Data Cloud org to Amazon SageMaker in this blog post. Discover how you can leverage your Data Cloud data in your own machine learning models using the fully managed machine learning service, Amazon SageMaker. Prior setup of SageMaker is required.

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