Avoiding Hard Coded Users in Validation Rules

One of the many best practices that Salesforce has is to avoid hard-coding things like IDs because the maintenance of them can become impossible and they can be something easily forgotten (if you're a developer, you'd know that hard-coding is a big No-No). Validation rules are one of the places where hard-coding IDs, especially for … Continue reading Avoiding Hard Coded Users in Validation Rules

Review: Provar

Not too long ago I came across a tool called Provar on SalesforceBen's site. Provar is an automation testing system designed just for Salesforce. It is built on top of Selenium and it is completely point-and-click for setting up the tests, which is a great feature for teams who do not have anyone with QA development … Continue reading Review: Provar