You came to the right place. My name is Deepika and I am here to teach you step by step how to become a Salesforce Developer.
In this course, we will learn about Apex Programming language used by Salesforce Developer to build applications.
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Why you should take this course?
If you are a complete beginner and you have tried multiple ways to learn programming but still struggling, salesforcetake this step -by-step detailed Salesforce development. This course covers all the concepts in detailed manner to pass your Platform Developer Certification and also prepares you for the real-world job training. If you have no programming experience but your goal is to become salesforce developer, this course will teach you step by step about every aspect of APEX starting from basics of programming like variables, data types, Loops, collection to advance concepts of APEX like Triggers, DML operation, Email services, Batch process etc.
This course is not a power point presentation, we will learn each and every concept with real-time examples. This is not just a classroom training but it will prepare you to resolve real-time challenges at the workplace.
After taking this course, you will not need any other guidance or any other material to pass your Salesforce Developer Interview because this course has everything to get your next job as Salesforce Developer.
Prerequisites of taking this course?
This course assumes no programming experience and takes you from absolute beginner in programming to an expert in APEX.
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|Module 1||Basic Of Programming|
|Unit 1||Variables and Data Types in Apex|
|Module 2||Collections in Apex|
|Unit 1||Collections in Apex|
|Module 3||Classes and Objects|
|Unit 1||What are objects and classes?|
|Unit 2||Pass by Value and Pass by reference|
|Module 4||Advanced Apex|
|Unit 1||Inheritance in apex|
|Unit 2||Database Methods and DML statements in Apex|
|Unit 3||Difference between SOSL and SOQL in Salesforce|
|Unit 4||Trigger Context Variables and Trigger Events|