LimitException started back in 2011, about a year into my Salesforce journey.
The title makes reference to a type of exception thrown by Apex in the Salesforce core platform. When you reach one of the governor limits, you’ll get a ‘LimitException’, and you’ll have to find another way :)
At the time I created this blog I was day to day developing on the Platform and it seemed like a playful name for a blog as I described my experiences.
I’m a lot less hands on with the technology now, focusing more on architecture and design and the business value aspects, so I’m doing a lot more ‘thought leadership’ than the how-to.
This blog is also more focused on general technology, in particular, its a test bed for my experiments with AWS - part of my continuing technical education.
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All the best!
Steven HerodSeptember 2020.