I’m pleased to announce the immediate availability of the second edition of Advanced Apex Programming for Saleforce.com and Force.com
A few months ago, when SFDC announced the elimination of script limits, I knew that it had finally happened – a change that really impacted some of the content of the book. That led to some major changes in chapter three. And I figured, as long as I’m working on the book anyway; why not add a few more changes?
Chapter 6 extends the discussion on triggers to clarify some points based on questions I’ve received over the past year.
Chapter 7 has significant new content on batch apex and scheduled apex asynchronous patterns
Chapter 8 is a new chapter on concurrency issues (the later chapters have been renumbered).
Plus, there are numerous other smaller changes and additions scattered throughout the book.
All told, the book has grown by about 50 pages.
It also has a snazzy new cover – making it easy to determine going forward which edition you’re looking at.
Also, unlike last year, I’m pleased to announce that the Kindle and Nook editions are also available for those of you who prefer the eBook format.
The book available now on several Amazon.com country sites, and I’ll be linking the others as they go live. The links on the left will take you to the new edition – it will take a few weeks before all of the channel databases are updated.