R1D34 Salesforce Adventurer

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The gamification of learning on Trailhead is actually kind of fun. I achieved the rank of Adventurer today after completing the entire getting started with Salesforce DX module.

I took the intro to git and github course even though I’ve been using these technologies for years. What I’ve learned over the years is that its always nice to revisit a topic that “you know already”. For instance, I learned about some fancy arguments to git log that you can use to make a neat looking tree view in your git history.

Running:

git log --oneline --graph --decorate

Will present a visual representation of your git history directly in your terminal.

I’m going to move on to some of the traditional Apex training next. At this rate I will be a Salesforce Ranger in no time.

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