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Keep Code Weird: See Mike Topalovich Present at Forcelandia 2018

I will be presenting a session at Forcelandia entitled “Sorry to Interrupt: Troubleshooting and Debugging Lightning Component Issues”. This will be my first time speaking at Forcelandia, which I have been told by many people in the Salesforce developer community is a must-attend event.

Forcelandia is August 8 and 9 at McMenamins Kennedy School in Portland. Click to register for this two-day event of Salesforce innovation, learning, conversations with fellow Salesforce developers and architects.

Sorry to Interrupt: Troubleshooting and Debugging Lightning Component Issues

As a Lightning Developer, you’re probably spending a good portion of your time troubleshooting component issues. This session is for those seeking tips to make debugging easier. I’ll focus on:

  • Categorizing Lightning component issues
  • Developing your debugging flow
  • Demonstrating available tools
  • Tips for debugging CSS styling issues
  • Tips for troubleshooting JavaScript issues
  • Tips for troubleshooting actions and server-side issues

The session will immediately follow Zayne Turner’s opening keynote on August 8, 2018, from 9:10 to 9:50AM in the Jordan Room.

Let’s keep code weird! Come check out a session or two if you are interested in any of these topics and want to enjoy some great food, people, and brews.

If you want to meet up for a beverage during Forcelandia, hit up @topalovich on Twitter. See you in Portland!

Sorry to Interrupt: Troubleshooting and Debugging Lightning Components [VIDEO]

I had the opportunity to present Sorry to Interrupt: Troubleshooting and Debugging Lightning Component Issues at the London’s Calling 2018 Salesforce community event.

This was the first delivery of a session that I also gave at Snowforce 2018 and Southeast Dreamin’ 2018, and will give at Forcelandia 2018 in August.

I also recorded a Pluralsight Play by Play with Don Robins on the subject that will be available in June of 2018.

Let me know what you think.