Welcome to JonCline.com. Why am I launching this eponymous website? I’m a curious person by nature, and I like to share that curiosity. I’m where I am today because of how others shared with me, and so I want to do the same. This site is one more step in that journey....
Technology can bring us together when we’re apart, but when we’re together technology often pushes us away from each other. If we want a better digital quality of life, our technology should work to enhance relationships and engagement, not replace or supplant those relationships.
A simple way to make tech work, and improve our digital quality of life, is to give people control. We’ll look at eight ways to give users control over online forms.
One approach to improve digital quality of life is the right-to-repair movement. Tech companies lock people out of their own devices, but there’s a movement pushing back and it’s another example of how we can put the focus on people.
I’m a tech guy. I got my first break with computers and I’ve started tech companies. But even I’m concerned about the encroachment of technology in our lives and the impact it can have on our quality of life.
“The titles and the trophies and the results are amazing, but they’re fleeting,” said Olympic gold medalist Carissa Moore. “I think being able to pass on knowledge and just sharing your time is the best gift you can give somebody.”
This time on Salesforce Trails and Trials, hosts Jon Cline and Erik Yewell share their own on-the-job stories of one small thing that can cause big problems. Plus, the Google Translate app in action, a Father’s Day history lesson, and good ways to use downtime.
This time around on Salesforce Trails and Trials, hosts Jon Cline and Erik Yewell share their own stories of one small thing that caused big problems. Plus, dynamic form components, helpful tools of the trade, dirty drugs, and bees.
I recently appeared on the BitWise Technologist podcast talking about a first step you can take toward improving the digital quality of life for your team.
On this episode, Jon Cline and Erik Yewell talk about how avoiding an activation checkbox can make you a hero. Plus we don’t know what we don’t know, how to make pages load faster, tracking changes in sandboxes, and more.
This time on Salesforce Trails and Trials, hosts Jon Cline and Erik Yewell cover the unforeseen consequences of changing a field’s data type. They also learn about UI design tools and second generation packaging, plus inspiration from the outdoors, middle-age sports, and Foster Care Awareness Month.