Test Driven App Building on July 19th with Roger Mitchell

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Save-the-Date!

Join us the NYC Salesforce Developer User Group to kick off another learning event on Thursday 07/19 from 6-8:30 pm for an evening packed with industry advice from the expert Roger Mitchell as he presents Test Driven App Building.

About this Event :

Have you received the "Error Occurred During Flow" emails and wonder what happened? Wish you could ensure that your future changes doesn't break your old config? Learn how to write tests for your Process Builder and Flow config, and how your requirements can be implemented as tests. If you've never written Apex, this is a great way to learn, and we'll see how to translate our mouse click testing into Apex test classes. You need not have any experience with Apex, nor have a fancy set of developer tools; we'll be writing our Apex one line at a time using the Salesforce's Developer Console!

Register now space is limited!

Topic : Test Driven App Building

Guest / Experts / Presenters : Roger Mitchell (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rogeramitchell/)

Agenda :

6:00 - 6:30 - Networking - Meet and greet

6:30 - 7:30 - Presentations

7:30 - 8:30 - More Networking!

Food and drink will be provided during the event.

Bio

Roger is a lifelong technologist that enjoys changing the way people and technology interact. He moved into the Salesforce ecosystem in 2010 as a consultant to enterprises, small businesses, and non-profit organizations. Over the past 7 years, he has moved 50+ customers to the Salesforce platform with deployments ranging from 10 to 1,200 users, and has worked with client teams that span 5 continents.

With deep expertise from being in the development trenches, Roger has spoken at Salesforce's Dreamforce events, local meetups, and writes articles to share his knowledge with the community. He also leverages ReactJS and Ionic Framework to deliver custom UIs and mobile apps for his customers.

Outside of work, Roger lives with his wife in New York City. He stays fit with yoga and running, enjoys biking to his coworking space in Brooklyn, and snowboards whenever it's cold enough to have snow in the Northeast. Cooking is his form of meditation, and he rarely uses measuring utensils.

Location:

Arkus, Inc.
10 Times Square 6th Floor
New York, NY 10018

[Special Thanks to our host of the event Arkus]