It’s no secret that we place a huge importance on the quality of the code that makes up your DevOps projects. And there’s good reason for that: strong code creates strong projects. That might sound reductive and simple, but it’s true.
It’s impossible to produce consistently high-quality and secure applications and updates without reliable coding structures.
Even the best developers are going to make the occasional mistake. People simply aren’t always perfect, particularly when it comes to repetitive tasks and thousands of lines of code.
A combination of best practices and powerful tools can be the best way to improve the quality of your code and consistently produce secure applications and updates.
But how do you put systems in place to adequately perform Salesforce code analysis? Which tools and processes can you provide your team members to enable them to produce the best code possible?