Hi, I’m Brian. I am a software engineer (computer programmer) with experience developing for Salesforce, and for the web. I consider myself a fullstack developer; I’ve developed extensively for both the frontend and backend in a variety of languages including ASP, ASP.NET, JavaScript and PHP.

You can find out more about me, view my LinkedIn profile, or browse the articles I’ve written.

Most Recent Blog Posts

  • How to merge Objects together in JavaScript (9/21/2017) - Merging objects together in JavaScript isn’t very difficult although there’s quite a few different ways that it can be done. Note, I’m not covering deep cloning for the sake of simplicity although this can be easily done through most of these different methods.
  • Book Review: Advanced Apex Programming (9/20/2017) - It’s no secret to those that know me that I read a lot and spend a lot of time gathering knowledge and honing my craft. I believe I own and have read most of the books on apex and salesforce that are available right now. Advanced Apex Programming by Dan Appleman is definitely the most…

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  • How I stay informed of Salesforce Changes (9/19/2017) - Salesforce does three major releases per year which often include hundreds of changes whether they be bug fixes or new features. Staying on top of what is changing is very difficult as the company continues to expand and is consistently enhancing the platform. As a professional it’s part of our jobs to stay current on…

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  • 10 Awesome Podcasts for Developers (9/18/2017) - Podcasts are radio like shows that are freely distributed on the internet. A lot of the time they’re distributed through Apple iTunes, Stitcher or other Audio Apps. Podcasts around technology aren’t new – some of them are over ten years old and have over a thousand episodes. The podcasts I’m mentioning usually cover development and…

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  • How to Choose An Apex Trigger Framework (5/5/2017) - If you have been programming on the Salesforce/Force.com platform for any amount of time I’m sure you have come into contact with Apex Triggers. If not, Apex Triggers are units of code that execute whenever a database operation occurs. I’ve put together a post about Before and After Triggers that you should read if you…

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