About Me

I am a Salesforce.com developer since 2011.

I have completed the below certifications in Salesforce

  1. Salesforce.com certified Administrator (ADM 201)
  2. Salesforce.com certified Advanced Administrator(ADM 211)
  3. Salesforce.com Certified Sales Cloud Consultant
  4. Salesforce.com Certified Service Cloud Consultant
  5. Salesforce.com certified Force.com Developer(DEV 401)
  6. Salesforce Certified Platform Developer I
  7. Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II
  8. Salesforce Certified Community Cloud Consultant
  9. Salesforce Certified Sharing and Visibility Designer
10. Salesforce Certified Platform App Builder
11. Salesforce Certified Data Architecture and Management Designer
12. Salesforce Certified Integration Architecture Designer
13. Salesforce Certified Development Lifecycle & Deployment Designer
14. Salesforce Identity and Access Management Designer
15. Salesforce Certified Application Architect
16. Salesforce Certified System Architect

I am the author of the below book

Salesforce Developer Community:

https://developer.salesforce.com/forums/ForumsProfile?userId=005F0000003Fk9rIAC&communityId=09aF00000004HMGIA2

Salesforce Community:

https://success.salesforce.com/profile?u=00530000005R3ST

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Cheers!!!

6 comments:

  1. I am new in Salesforce and I have found this site so useful, I really appreciate that you are sharing tricks and approaches for SF development. Happy coding!!! Cheers!!!!

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  2. Magulan is great!

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  3. Really a great platform to learn sales-force.

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  4. Thank you for uploading such a great content, it really helped me in succeeding in salesforce. your site is the best.

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  5. Need Help ..

    Business hours are 9 AM to 6 PM in the org.
    The case object have a custom field called as Target date. If the cases are created after 12:00 PM the target date should be calculated from next day in the morning.
    I have tried to use nextStartDate function from Business Hours class.
    But didn't get any fruitful result. Can you tell me how to achive this ? Also how exactly nextStartDate function works.
    Any help is greatly appreciated!

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    1. Check the below

      http://www.infallibletechie.com/2018/02/how-to-get-current-hour-in-local-time.html

      http://www.infallibletechie.com/2018/02/what-is-use-of-nextstartdate.html

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