Google Cloud Next ’24 Day 2 Recap

Welcome back, tech aficionados! Day two of Google Cloud Next 2024 is done, and the excitement was palpable as developers from around the globe gather at the illustrious Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. My focus shifts to the Developer Keynote, where Google unveiled a treasure trove of new announcements set to revolutionize the world of software development.

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Google Cloud Next ’24 Day 1 Recap

Welcome to the forefront of innovation! Google Cloud Next, the annual extravaganza of cutting-edge technology, has once again descended upon us, and this year, it’s in the vibrant city of Las Vegas, at the renowned Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Day one of this electrifying event has left tech enthusiasts buzzing with excitement as Google unveiled a plethora of groundbreaking announcements set to redefine the future of cloud computing and beyond.

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How To Prepare For Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer Certification

Embarking on the journey to become a Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer is a rewarding endeavor that opens doors to a world of possibilities in the realm of cloud computing. Whether you’re a seasoned IT professional or a budding enthusiast, the certification not only validates your expertise but also demonstrates your proficiency in managing and deploying applications on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

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Difference Between WhoId and WhatId in Salesforce

In the realm of Salesforce, understanding the intricacies of its data model is crucial for effective customization and utilization of the platform’s functionalities. Among the nuances lies the concept of polymorphic fields, particularly evident in the Event and Task objects through the whoid and whatid fields. These fields play a pivotal role in associating records with various objects, enabling flexibility and efficiency in managing sales and customer interactions. In this blog post, I will delve into the disparities between whoid and whatid, shed light on their polymorphic nature, and provide examples of SOQL queries to leverage their capabilities.

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Workflow Rules & Process Builder End of Support

By December 31, 2025, Salesforce will no longer support Workflow Rules and Process Builder. It is therefore advised to move automation to Flow Builder by then. As per Salesforce, they want to focus more on development efforts on a cutting-edge, flexible, low-code automation solution in Flow Builder. And that is the reason why products like Workflow Rules and Process Builder are being retired.

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How To Configure Salesforce Flow Transform Element

The Transform element, a cornerstone of Flow Builder, has undergone notable refinements since its last iteration. One of the most compelling additions is the ability to seamlessly transform collections of data between flow resources. This enhancement unlocks a myriad of possibilities, allowing users to manipulate data with unprecedented flexibility and precision.

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How To Configure Salesforce Flow Repeater Component

Imagine a scenario where the need arises to duplicate a set of components dynamically during runtime, providing users with a seamless and efficient way to work with repetitive data or tasks. Enter the Repeater component, a powerful addition to Salesforce’s arsenal that opens up a world of possibilities for developers and administrators alike.

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How To Customize Salesforce Global Search

One standout feature that promises to revolutionize the way users interact with Salesforce is the ability to define rules for filtering search results, providing a level of precision never before experienced. In the dynamic world of business, where time is of the essence, the capacity to curate search outcomes becomes paramount. With this new enhancement, organizations can now tailor search results to match the unique needs and preferences of their end-users, optimizing the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the Salesforce platform.

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How To Verify API Connection & Perform HTTP Callout in Salesforce Flow

Traditionally, integrating external systems or fetching real-time data from web services within Salesforce Flows has been a multi-step process involving Apex code or external tools. However, the Spring ’24 Release marks a paradigm shift by introducing a built-in capability to validate API connections and execute HTTP callouts seamlessly, all within the intuitive and user-friendly environment of Salesforce Flow.

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Bookmark These Useful Google Cloud Resources

Embarking on a Google Cloud journey as a Cloud engineer, data engineer, architect, or DevOps engineer? Navigating the vast expanse of resources can be overwhelming. Fear not! In this post, I have curated a list of five must-know resources tailored just for you. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a newcomer, these tools will serve as your compass in unlocking the full potential of Google Cloud.

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How To Display Uploaded File Names in Salesforce Flow

Let’s unlock the full potential of Salesforce Flow with this latest blog post, as I delve into the seamless integration of the out-of-the-box Flow Upload component.

While Salesforce Flow simplifies the file upload process, there is a common challenge: the default setup lacks visibility on successfully uploaded files once the popup window is closed. This blog post addresses this issue by providing a swift and effective configuration solution. In this blog post, I will guide you through the steps to enhance your user experience, enabling the display of successfully uploaded file names directly on the Flow screen. Elevate your Salesforce Flow capabilities with this invaluable insight and configuration technique.

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Restrict Uploading Files In Salesforce

While working in Salesforce, we sometimes come up with the requirements where we need to build some sort of validation to restrict uploading files with specific extensions or in other words, allow only approved file types/extensions. This is very important because uploading executing or javascript code can bring potention security concerns by exposing internal data to outside world.

So allowing only certain type of files for upload is a very common requirement. In this blog post, I am sharing couple of solutions with pros and cons to implement this requirement.

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How To Prepare For Google Cloud Digital Leader Certification

Are you ready to elevate your career in the cloud computing landscape? The Google Cloud Digital Leader Certification is your gateway to demonstrating expertise in cloud technologies and strategic leadership. This certification not only validates your proficiency in Google Cloud but also showcases your ability to guide organizations through their digital transformation journey.

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