Hi, I’m Brian! I am a passionate full stack developer and solution architect. I am experienced with Salesforce, NetSuite, JavaScript, and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
I love creating new products and innovating. I <3 automation and creating digital products.  I have worked in the Canadian Army, telecommunications, market research, and e-commerce.

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Most Recent Articles

Lightning Tips for Visualforce Developers Switching from Visualforce to using Lightning is not an easy transition as there’s quite a few changes that Salesforce Developers will need to get used to. Lightning changes a lot of the way that Salesforce works.
Mapping AWS Services to Distributed Architecture Patterns This blog post will explore how various Amazon Web Services (AWS) services are useful for implementing popular distributed architecture patterns.
13 Tips for Developing Lightning Web Components In this blog article, you will learn 13 tips for developing maintainable and performant Lightning Web Components.
Salesforce Lightning How to use Lightning Web Components in Visualforce You can add lightning web components to existing Visualforce pages. In this blog post, you will learn how to use Lightning Web Components in Visualforce and with Apex.
25 Common Salesforce Lightning Web Component Interview Questions During Salesforce Developer interviews, it’s common to be asked quite a few different questions so a company can guage your knowledge and at what level you are.
How Lightning Web Components Communicate Complex applications are made up of many different components that need to work together and share data. Components must be able to communicate with one another. There are several ways that LWC components can communicate with each other.
Using Lightning Web Components inside Aura Components One question that often comes up is whether LWC and Aura Components can be used together in the same application. The answer is yes, they can be used together, but there are some important considerations to keep in mind.
Introduction to Salesforce Lightning Web Components Salesforce developed Lightning Web Components after Apex, Visualforce, and Lightning Components (Aura). Aura missed the mark, so Salesforce went back to the drawing board…
Salesforce Lightning Lightning Web Components vs Lightning components Lightning Web Components and Lightning components are great tools for creating user interfaces for Salesforce platform apps.