Wade Wegner

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Jan 13, 2021

Mahalo a Aloha, Salesforce

I never thought I’d be writing this blog post, yet here I am. After an incredible five years at Salesforce, it’s time to say “Mahalo a Aloha,” or thank you and goodbye. I have so much gratitude for my colleagues at Salesforce, our customers, and of course, the fantastic Salesforce community. Never in my career have I felt the sense of mission that I have at Salesforce. The desire to advance the “state-of-the-art” for Salesforce developers was a passion reciprocated by my colleagues, supported by leadership, and always appreciated by our customers. Read more
Feb 1, 2018

Build a Native Mobile App Using Salesforce DX and the Mobile SDK

This week I had the opportunity to demo how developers can combine project-based app development with Salesforce DX, the Salesforce CLI, Scratch Orgs, and the Mobile SDK to make – at least, in my humble opinion – a pretty compelling native app dev experience with Salesforce. In this post I’ll share some of the things I did with the hope that, after you look at it, you’ll want to try it out too. Read more
Jan 31, 2018

Authenticate to your Scratch Orgs using the OAuth 2.0 JWT Bearer Flow

A different, if not more accurate or better, name for this blog post could be “Authenticate to a Scratch Org You Didn’t Create and Whose Password You Don’t Know.” I even went out to Twitter to ask for help and, well, Peter Churchill did not disappoint: "I used JWT Bearer Flow with my Scratch Orgs and Dev Hub - you won't believe what happened next!" — Peter Churchill (@britishboyindc) January 31, 2018 But, as you can see, I went the boring and conservative route. Read more
Jan 2, 2018

Using Salesforce DX with Trailhead

As you’ve likely seen on Twitter, I’ve really gotten into Trailhead these past few months. In particular, the Superbadges. I not only enjoy the challenge of working through the project, but regularly discover I don’t know nearly as much as I think I do. There’s a ton of useful and practical information in Trailead just waiting for us all to discover. Of course, I have other motivations for doing Trailhead. I find it’s an amazing way to validate various workflows with Salesforce DX. Read more
Sep 13, 2017

Deploy to Salesforce DX

If you’re a Salesforce developer, it’s likely you’ve heard us talk about Salesforce DX these past months. (If not, you’re missing out and you should checkout the official documentation.) Since TrailheaDX, everyone has been able to use the new tools and services we’ve made available as part of the Salesforce DX beta. Personally, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed building all kinds of plugins for the Salesforce CLI. My primary plugin with lots of functionality: https://github. Read more
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