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New Course – Formula Fundamentals in Salesforce

Every admin and developer in the Salesforce world uses formulas – they are everywhere. And everyone learns them – sort-of. People tend to pick things up along the way, tweaking an existing formula here, reading the online docs there, borrowing from an online source – everywhere.

As a result, even experienced admins and developers tend to have holes in their knowledge – a less than complete understanding of data types, or of formula limits – or, and don’t get me started – endless confusion when it comes to logical operators (And, or, Not – you now – the ones that cause most formula bugs).

In my latest course, Formula Fundamentals in Salesforce, you’ll go back to the basics with in-depth coverage of Salesforce formulas. You’ll learn about data types, operators and functions – limits and testing. And yes, those dreaded logical operators and how to translate human logic into formula logic, and then validate that you did it correctly and test your work.

https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/salesforce-formula-fundamentals/

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