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Introduction to Version Control System

A version control system, to a great extent, is based around the concept of tracking changes that happen within a collection of directories or files.

A version control system (VCS) allows you to track the history of a collection of files. It supports creating different versions of this collection where each version captures a snapshot of the files at a certain point in time and the VCS allows you to switch between these versions as well. These versions are stored in a specific place, typically called a repository.

The process of creating different versions (snapshots) in the repository is depicted in the following infographic. Please note that this picture fits primarily to Git. Other version control systems like Concurrent Versions System (CVS) don’t create snapshots of the files but store file deltas.

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SILVER BULLET

No matter how terrifying a monster is, humans always try to find the silver bullet, to bring the inexplicabilities of the monster to a level of comprehension. Software is referred to as such a monster because its ever expanding level of complexity brings with it, multifarious issues which themselves are monstrous in their own accord.

 

The inherent properties of a modern software system are conformity, changeability, complexity and invisibility. Conformity is a necessary evil and normally has no logic to it but, for organisational restrictions. Changeability again is a constant sword hanging over software systems. Complexity of software systems is rather interesting as it is desired and not accidental and yet constitutes most of the monstrosity of software systems. By invisibility I refer to the fact that that there isnt any tool that can physically and convincingly represent a software system and this limits us in ways nothing else does.

 

Lets backtrack to when abacus had just been invented, we thought this was definitely an answer to the egregious calculations. As calculations became more and more complicated, seeking an answer led us to the beautiful concept of object oriented programming. It was a moment of celebration for developers all over the world as they thought- finally we have our solution. OOP with its modularity, reusability, reliability, maintainability etc. definitely addressed a lot of issues. However, software is abstract and a conceptual entity and hence visualisation of its impact and its challenges is indefinitely and inherently complex. We have now come a long way and invented supercomputers like IBM,�Sequoia, Cray,�Titan, NUDT,�Tianhe-2, and yet we are not close to our silver bullet. OOP, however, many would argue, is the closest thing to a silver bullet in the software world.
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Contact Roles in Salesforce

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Contact Roles in Salesforce.

I observed in many salesforce communities that lot of salesforce people facing challenges in associating one contact with multiple accounts, cases, Contracts or Opportunities.

In salesforce architecture Contact has a Standard Account field, which means a Contact can be associate with on account.

However we can create few more Custom lookup fields on Contact to associate few more accounts, but that will not be a good approach to achieve this requirement if you want to associate one contact to n number of accounts, cases or Opportunities.

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Introduction to Atlassian Connect

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What is Atlassian Connect Framework?

Atlassian Connect framework is used to develop add-ons for Atlassian applications like Jira and Confluence.

Atlassian Connect add-ons are web applications. They operate remotely over HTTP and can be written in any programming language.
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