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Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast

Jeremy Ross and John De Santiago
307 episodes   Last Updated: Aug 07, 23
We are software engineers that focus on developing custom software solutions for the Salesforce.com Platform. We started this podcast to share our conversations around software development, technology, and the Salesforce.com Platform. Our goal is to keep developers and non-developers informed with our own unique brand of casual, honest, and entertaining commentary.


Aug 07, 2023
Incredibly Stingy
In this episode, we discuss green coding, Hyperforce, recent lawsuits aimed at Salesforce, layoffs, quiet terminations, and funny videos by Ike Wagh.
Jul 16, 2023
Egg MacGuffin
In this episode, we get out of the office and record from our local watering hole, Thirsty Growler. We discuss AI and its general impact on developers, the repository pattern, SOQL Lib, SF CLI 2.0, Figma, Certinia, FFLib, Anchor Brewing, and many tangents thanks to the beer.
Jun 09, 2023
In this episode, we discuss Apple's announced Vision Pro, the annoyance of the GPT buzzword, Salesforce and Google Cloud AI offerings, Brett Taylor's play for CEO, and Salesforce as a job title.
Mar 31, 2023
Touching Teslas
In this episode, we discuss subscription services, ChatGPT, a somewhat uninteresting developer ecosystem survey by JetBrains, and other Salesforce-related topics.
Mar 17, 2023
In this episode, we discuss topics from TrailblazerDX '23, Salesforce's focus on profitability, and new core products for Education and Non-Profit.
Feb 25, 2023
Farm to Compiler
In this episode, we discuss Streamscript, platform events, EinsteinGPT, Bret Taylor's new venture, Http Trailers, Code Analyzer, and 37Signals move to a private cloud.
Jan 20, 2023
Still Wiping
In this episode, we discuss the latest tech industry layoffs, release note highlights, github, flows, and predictions/hopes for 2023.
In this episode, we discuss some notable lightning component updates from the Spring'23 release notes, feedback on scratch org setup and environment setting tracking, and recent rumors/news related to Salesforce's recent changes in leadership and employee productivity woes.
In this episode, we discuss org-shapes and issues with sourcing metadata, Bret Taylor and other executives leaving Salesforce, working from home, and the future of development.
In this episode, we discuss code inspections, Cramer's apology, and the recent tech industry layoffs.