Monthly Archives: March 2012

Cloud based Data Loader

On my Mac, I've historically used Simon Fell's LexiLoader as an alternative to the officially supported yet windows-only Salesforce Data Loader. Though, today, I was running a deletion of a rather large set of records and it was running oh … Continue reading

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Apex RoundingMode

One of the things that always sends me searching through my old code is rounding. I can never remember the syntax and the Apex documentation on Decimal methods on the Salesforce Developer site doesn't provide any examples inthe description (Its … Continue reading

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Salesforce Technical Architect Certification; Part 1 Multiple Choice Exam

Yesterday, I passed part two of the three-part Technical Architect Certification for Salesforce.com. (Step one being the self-evaluation; which really doesn't count given that its free and you can take it repeatedly until you pass.) The third and final step … Continue reading

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