I don’t have an engineering degree. But that doesn’t mean I can’t do what I love.
Don’t let a piece of paper(your degree) decide what you can and can’t do.
Let your passion be your teacher, the internet your library and the world your stage.
The pandemic deserves full credit for giving us the new normal… and our new hobbies.
Apart from picking up book reading, cycling and cooking it also helped me learn a bit more about my favorite subjects, IoT and electronics.
While I was busy creating fantastic things at work… I’ve also had some time to build on my dearest pet project so far – My First Macro Keyboard
This was supposed to be a blog post and a massive thank you Venkat Kosuri sir for motivating me to make it a video, definitely learned a ton!
In this video, I share about what it does, how it helps me and share some interesting learning/experiences that I have had while building my first ever Macro Keyboard. Grab your hot(or cold) beverage and check it out 👆
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A little bit of background before we get started. Dreamforce. It is on the top of my bucket list ever since I started working on the Salesforce Platform. When the Call for Presentations for this year’s Dreamforce 2019 was opened, I submitted my first ever developer track proposals! And… thanks to God and Salesforce, one of my developer track proposals got accepted! 😍 I can’t find words to describe how happy and excited I was. It would be my first ever Dreamforce, both speaking and attending.
I was assigned an awesome session owner from Salesforce, Ernie Maldonado, he was very kind, supportive and provided great feedback to make it a successful session. After a month long journey of learning, building, collaboration and presentation design, I was all set for my first ever Dreamforce! And… I couldn’t make it due to a last minute emergency. But, I didn’t want it to stop me from sharing my idea with my fabulous Salesforce Ohana.
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Today we are going to take a look at Normalizing Text in Salesforce Using Apex.
A salesforce org has around 100 users setup but, the users’ First Name and Last Name are all in caps(E.g. FIRSTNAME LASTNAME) and we have to normalize the First Name and Last Name to be capitalised(E.g. Firstname Lastname) Continue reading Normalize Text In Salesforce Using Apex→