Mocking Salesforce’s REST API with simple-mockforce

One of the biggest challenges when testing is covering code that interacts with an external service. This is where the domain of unit tests ends and that of integration tests begins, but the latter is multitudes more complicated than the former. Once it’s time to test anything that makes a network call, the bar is raised.
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Requirements Gathering Outline for Salesforce Projects

Before you can begin building or improving Salesforce, or a related system, it’s critical that you define your requirements. We often see admins jump directly into building before spending time understanding the “why” behind a project. Unfortunately, the project almost always suffers for it.
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The Top 3 Mistakes Companies Make When Implementing Salesforce

Implementing good habits early on may be seen as (perhaps unnecessarily) adding to the entire process when first starting out with Salesforce. It is true that habit-training may indeed add hours to your work within Salesforce, but it’s totally worth it! When implemented properly, good habits will help you scale and build extremely quickly, allowing you to focus on the good problems, not the bad ones.
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