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Meet the developers and architects of Force.com code (Apex)! In this moderated session, you'll gain the inside perspective on the development and future of Force.com code and see how it fits into the ...

Meet the developers and architects of Force.com code (Apex)! In this moderated session, you'll gain the inside perspective on the development and future of Force.com code and see how it fits into the overall strategy of the Force.com cloud platform.

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  • Fireside Chat: Apex Code
    Developers
    William Gallagher: salesforce.com
    Richard Unger: salesforce.com
    Greg Fee: salesforce.com
    Taggart Matthiesen: salesforce.com
  • Safe Harbor
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  • Agenda
    Introductions
    Fireside Chat
    Roadmap
    Q&A
  • Roadmap
    Performance
    Developer Productivity
    Test Framework
  • Developer Productivity: Debugging
    System Log (CSI) was delivered in Winter ’10
    CSI enhancements for Spring ‘11
    Variable assignment: track variable assignment while stepping through the execution log
    Class filtering: manage log fidelity at the class level – turning off unnecessary logging events
  • Developer Productivity: Performance Monitoring
    Profiling
    Performance scorecard: a generated scorecard based on Visualforce and Apex performance metrics
    Execution timeline: a generated timeline for Visualforce and Apex execution, highlighting performance bottlenecks
  • Developer Productivity: ApexOne
    • Simplify: condense contexts into one singular context
    • Remove:identify the redundant limits and remove
    • Extend: provide a multiplier for asynchronous requests
  • Test Framework: Asynchronous Test Execution
    Test console
    Select one or many tests
    View results in real time
    Persisted results
    View execution results
    View code coverage percentages
  • Fireside Chat: Apex Code
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