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Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast

Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast

Author: Jeremy Ross and John De Santiago

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We are software engineers that focus on developing custom software solutions for the Salesforce.com Platform. We started this podcast to share our conversations around software development, technology, and the Salesforce.com Platform. Our goal is to keep developers and non-developers informed with our own unique brand of casual, honest, and entertaining commentary.
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A Medium to Flavor

A Medium to Flavor

2020-10-2201:42:45

In this episode, we listen to and share our thoughts on several topics from clips sourced from various technology related podcasts.
Earned Media

Earned Media

2020-10-0701:11:40

In this episode, we discuss Tableau CRM, Otka, Work.com, reliance on automation, architecture and solution design, and the community thread on what you would do to not mess up a new Salesforce Org.
Note, this is not one of our traditional shows. It is our first remote recording since the pandemic from our favorite bar, and things get candid. We barely talk Salesforce. John curses while Jeremy tries to keep the show on track. It might even be our last show...who knows. Listen at your own discretion.
Fear of Missing Emails

Fear of Missing Emails

2020-09-0901:34:57

In this episode, we are joined by members of the Good Day, Sir! community to discuss our highlights from the Salesforce Winter '21 Release Notes.
Learn the Curly Brackets

Learn the Curly Brackets

2020-08-1901:41:55

In this special Good Day, Sir! Community episode, we discuss a Digital Dreamforce and related conferences, Salesforce automation, packaging, and other news related topics.
Embrace Hybrid

Embrace Hybrid

2020-08-0601:42:50

In this episode, we discuss aura method security and how to scan for missing permissions, real-time event monitoring, OpenAI GPT-3, and low code/pro code.
Living in a Fantasy World

Living in a Fantasy World

2020-07-2301:46:21

In this episode, we are joined by Jodie Miners to discuss various topics including recent Salesforce platform announcements and releases, working with developer tools such as visual studio code and scratch orgs, and various resources that Jodie publishes to share with the community. Special Guest: Jodie Miners.
Stricken from the Internet

Stricken from the Internet

2020-07-1202:02:24

In this episode, we are joined by Chuck Liddell, to discuss various topics, including features highlighted at the TrailheadDX virtual conference such as transactional finalizers and serverless functions. Special Guest: Chuck Liddell.
LinkedIn Vultures

LinkedIn Vultures

2020-06-2701:49:54

In this episode, we are joined by Scott Wells, creator of the Illuminated Cloud IDE, to share our thoughts, opinions, and reactions to announcements and features highlighted at the TrailheadDX virtual conference. Special Guest: Scott Wells.
Accidental Complexity

Accidental Complexity

2020-06-1101:00:511

In this episode, we discuss Apple's move to ARM chips, Snowflake, and the complexity of trying to automate change tracking and deployment for project-based work on Salesforce.com
Failure Surface Area

Failure Surface Area

2020-05-2701:22:21

In this episode, wireless networking, low code, prioritizing releases, Facebook's new shopping feature, Salesforce open sourcing it's CLI, and a poorly written article that attempts to correlate Salesforce's growth with its backend architecture.
A Low Code Show

A Low Code Show

2020-05-1501:43:01

In this episode, we discuss the low code event, companies extending working from home, a growing trend of people escaping silicon valley, and our experience with learning from programming books.
Flair Everywhere

Flair Everywhere

2020-05-0101:06:43

In this episode, we discuss Dreamforce going virtual, Zoom's partnership with Oracle, badges, and whether you could replace Apex with Evergreen.
Automation Surface Area

Automation Surface Area

2020-04-1701:21:41

In this episode, we follow up on the topic of inlining functions, a rant on trigger development, new licensing terms for GitHub teams, IntelliJ updates, and Zoom.
Hone the Craft

Hone the Craft

2020-04-0901:08:39

In this episode, we discuss wireless routers, approaches to onboarding developers, inline coding vs. functions, a perspective on Benioff's recent bonus, extended membership for the Salesforce CMO club, using docker to host a torrent client, and a networking quiz that one host fails miserably.
Massage, Pull, and Push

Massage, Pull, and Push

2020-04-0201:08:33

In this episode, we discuss the possible effects and outcomes from the virus to the industry, first-time fatherhood and work, and held a quick round of trivia.
In this episode, we discuss working from home, long-winded namespaces, recent news, and looking for different ways to engage with the community.
Seasonal Wools

Seasonal Wools

2020-03-1101:08:59

In this episode, we discuss working remote, event cancellations, billing time for research, neumorphism, and social media.
This Show Sucks

This Show Sucks

2020-03-0501:07:35

In this episode, we discuss Trailhead chat, ServiceMax, Coronavirus travel concerns and conference cancellations, The CMO Club acquisition, and ODQA.
In this episode, we discuss Keith Block's departure from Salesforce, Coronavirus concerns, ClearView's facial recognition data leak, Einstein NER, Salesforce's acquisition of Vlocity, and attempting to set up communities for authenticated access only.
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Comments (3)

Denson Barry

skip the Salesforce chat and just talk about brewing cider lol

Dec 17th
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Mohamad A. Hammoud

The episode time is so long and the introductory conversation is long as well.

Oct 12th
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Michael Taylor

Relatable and honest guys, fun to listen to and man when they start drinking the cork pop sounds are unreal. If you Salesforce you should try it out.

Aug 15th
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