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Why Specialize in Salesforce Development?
According to Glassdoor, the national average yearly salary for Salesforce Developers is roughly $22,000 higher than web developers. This course is built for students who would like to learn the development side of Salesforce.
Do you need any programming experience to take this course?
No, this course assumes no previous programming experience and takes you from the absolute beginner concepts like creating your developer’s account, writing your very first Apex program and then takes into more detail as we explore the entire Apex feature set.
What are the topics covered in this course?
- Primitive Data Type in Salesforce (Date, Time, Datetime, String etc)
- Operators in Apex
- Decision Control Statements
- Switch Statements
- Loops: Different types of loops in Salesforce
- Nested for loops
- Object Oriented Concepts
- Static and Non-static Methods
- Static and Non-static Variables
- Access Modifiers in Apex
- Constructors in Apex
- Collection (List, Set and Map)
- Exceptions in Salesforce
- Built-In Exceptions and Custom Exceptions
- DML Statements
- Apex Triggers
- SOQL and SOSL queries