The Road Less Travelled
welcome to my unconventional approach to teaching Apex
Thank you for visiting the Apex section of my Automation Champion blog. Learning Apex is a natural progression from the world of clicks – Process Builder, Visual Workflow, and Pardot!
Many sites teach how to go about writing Apex codes. Few, if any, guide a learner on how to methodically think through the underlying logic of how to write Apex code succinctly and artistically. The key here is think – learn to think like a programmer first, and then, write code effortlessly.
The path of ‘mastering’ the motions of writing codes is replete with dejected coders – some started to doubt their ability to be a coder, and others just gave up coding altogether.
Let your fate be different than the dejected coders – opt for a better option. Once you master the art of learning how to develop underlying logic, actual coding will be a cinch.
So, welcome to the world of learning Apex unconventionally!
We will start by learning how to think like a programmer. Once you build proficiency in thinking like a programmer, you will be able to apply your skills to solve intricate pain points painlessly!
Nothing is impossible – the word itself encompasses ‘I’m possible’! So, enjoy the journey with me!
1) Creatively Decode Your Salesforce Developer Journey
2) Mastering Apex Variables – a Stepping Stone in your Apex Journey
3) Pre-requisites for Learning Apex – Logical Mind and Confidence!
4) Bugged by Bugs? Master Debugging!
5) Writing Comments? Focus on Why, not What!
Apex Related Blog Posts
1) Dynamically Access Custom Labels in Apex
2) Calculate Overall Code coverage in Salesforce
3) Configure the Batch Size for Platform Event Trigger
4) Easiest Way to Convert ListView Filters for use in SOQL
5) Monitor Platform Event Publishing and Delivery Usage
14 thoughts on “Learning Apex”
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Respect from Dominican Republic
plz bring exception handling in apex
Waiting for more use case on APEX plzzzzzz make my december to get busy in Apex.
Love your blog! I’m a Salesforce.com community engagement leader for the Baltimore Maryland area.
Thanks, Mike! I’m glad you liked my work! 🙂
Rakesh Pls Post different scenarios on Apex especially on Test Classes asap
any updates on this?
Still working on articles.
Eagerly waiting here
Look forward to learning
Am waiting as well!!
Will start posting from the 4th week of June 🙂
Eagerly waiting for your blogs on Apex
Will start posting from 4th week of June.