Don’t just have career or academic goals. Set goals to give you a balanced, successful life. I use the word balanced before successful. Balanced means ensuring your health, relationships, mental peace are all in good order.
There is no point of getting a promotion on the day of your breakup.
There is no fun in driving a car if your back hurts.
Shopping is not enjoyable if your mind is full of tensions.
“Life is one of those races in nursery school where you have to run with a marble in a spoon kept in your mouth. If the marble falls, there is no point coming first. Same is with life where health and relationships are the marble. Your striving is only worth it if there is harmony in your life. Else, you may achieve the success, but this spark, this feeling of being excited and alive, will start to die. ………… …….
One thing about nurturing the spark – don’t take life seriously. Life is not meant to be taken seriously, as we are really temporary here. We are like a pre-paid card with limited validity. If we are lucky, we may last another 50 years. And 50 years is just 2,500 weekends. Do we really need to get so worked up? ………… ….
It’s ok, bunk a few classes, scoring low in couple of papers, goof up a few interviews, take leave from work, fall in love, little fights with your spouse.
We are people, not programmed devices….. ….” 🙂
– Chetan Bhagat
Following is list of cheat sheets, covering Apex code, Visualforce, the Force.com Web Services API and formulas, are concise reference guides to each of these technologies – summarizing the most important aspects of each technology in a compact, searchable and printable form.
The resources listed below provide access to the most recent version of the online cheat sheet, as well as to the most important reference material.
App Logic: Apex Code Cheat Sheet
App Logic: Formulas Cheat Sheet
User Interface: Visualforce Cheat Sheet
Integration: Web Services API Cheat Sheet
Yes, that is true, by the end of 2009 I think. You can now do in Visualforce everything that you could have done in an Scontrol, and faster and more securely to boot.
Q1: Does your answer that “S-controls will be phased out” mean that existing, older instances of SalesForce will be forced to REPLACE existing S-controls that provide useful functionality? In other words, will these STOP functioning?
A: No, existing S-controls will continue to function
Q2: will the inability to use S-controls be limited to NEW instances of SalesForce?
A: I believe the inability to create new S-controls will apply to all instances.
Q3: If the answer to question 1 is that existing S-controls will CONTINUE to function, then will revisions of those S-controls be prohibited?
A: I’m not sure, but I think the answer is no — you can modify old S-controls but can’t create new ones