Even with all the declarative tools, code customisations are an integral part of the Salesforce platform. And as with every customisation there are issues. Whether they occur during testing or in production, the procedure is often the same - turn on the debug logs, try to reproduce the problem and then scan through the log file and maybe you will find a clue.
But it does not have to be that way because RFLIB is here to help, and Johannes Fischer is here to explain all. The RFLIB open source library allows you to instrument your code (Apex, Aura, LWC) and configuration (Process Builder, Flow) to become more transparent and to monitor for issues 24/7. Join us for this interactive session and learn how to make your org more reliable and how to investigate issues faster than ever before. You will leave the meeting armed with the knowledge and the perfect tool that will help you debug issues lightning fast.
As usual we'll also have plenty of chat, fun, and your chance to win one of a couple of Salesforce certification vouchers in our world famous quiz.
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Johannes is a technical architect and developer who loves to work on Open Source projects. He has over 10 years of experience on the Salesforce platform and likes to share his experience with the community as the author of RFLIB, a logging and utility framework for Salesforce, and contributor to other projects such as ETCopyData.