In today’s fast-paced business world, software development efficiency is vital. Automation has emerged as a key solution, streamlining processes to increase productivity and free up innovation. Salesforce is not immune to these industry-wide challenges and complexities. Enter DevOps. DevOps has evolved into an essential element in software development, including Salesforce.
DevOps has been a growing topic in the community, especially since Salesforce announced they were working on the DevOps Center last year, but there’s already a new kid on the block—AppOps. In this post I’ll attempt to explain what each is, the key differences between them, and how you can
Salesforce is the bridge that connects end-users and developers, including citizen developers, which make up a large portion of Salesforce’s developers. This explosion of Trailblazers have bypassed the challenges of traditional application development and led to the creation of millions of Salesforce applications over the last fifteen years. Naturally, there
Once upon a time, Salesforce was a simple customer relationship management (CRM) tool that could be easily managed by a single person or a small team. But that time is well in the past. Today, enterprises are transforming Salesforce into a single source of truth for the whole business and