Today (28/08/2020) I cleared my Salesforce Certified JavaScript Developer I certification, In this post sharing my preparation and useful links:

Follow the Trailmix from Trailhead –

Prepare the following Official Exam Topics:

  • Data Types & Operators
  • Scope
  • Type conversion (implicit vs. explicit)
  • Strings
  • Data Structures: Objects and Arrays
  • Document Object Model
  • Classes, Functions & Modules
  • Events
  • Asynchronous Programming
  • Server-side JavaScript
  • Error Handling
  • Debugging & Testing

Tips: There is no Lightning Web Component related questions and Its purely Javascript, ECMAScript concepts and mostly the programming/coding based questions and

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Who’d buy banking shares? My Lloyds Banking Group shares perpetually disappoint me. And HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) hasn’t done much better this year. The HSBC share price has fallen 40{429fc2506e610357e12b2a5665db82631200a2e00b3a1d8839077d76f18e2e8b} so far in 2020. But at least that’s not as bad as Lloyds and its 54{429fc2506e610357e12b2a5665db82631200a2e00b3a1d8839077d76f18e2e8b} crash.

The growing spat between China and the US hasn’t helped HSBC. As well as escalating trade tension, a blame war over Covid-19, and fallout from the new Hong Kong law, President Trump has been taking aim directly at HSBC too.

But thinking about the world’s economic situation right now, I see HSBC as having a significant advantage over Lloyds. Being tied to the Chinese economy over the next decade and more seems, to me at least, to be a significantly more favourable position than depending on the UK economy. Whatever happens here will surely have relatively little effect on the HSBC share price … Read more





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While their importance pales in comparison to many other things taken away by our society’s ongoing lockdown, I do find myself missing sports. Going without them during a difficult time causes me to appreciate the comfortable routine and reliable distraction they provide all the more.

Those who know me will not be surprised to learn that I’m longing for baseball especially — everything from strikeouts and singles to slides and steals. But there is no part of the game I miss more than home runs.

Home runs are among the most satisfying individual achievements in sports. When a batter goes deep, he takes care of everything, going from home plate to home plate and putting a run — or more — on the board single-handedly. It is the literal representation of “covering all your bases.”


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This year’s stock market crash has thrown up an unmissable opportunity to buy cheap UK shares. If you are on a quest to make a million before you retire, you need to take advantage of moments like these, as you can pick up some amazing FTSE 100 bargains.

It takes courage, though. Stock markets are volatile and the economic outlook is uncertain. Some may prefer to leave their money in cash instead. That is understandable, but also costly. In the longer run, the stock market beats almost every other investment, and definitely cash. If you can buy UK shares when they are cheap, you can turbo-charge your returns.

Buying undervalued shares after a stock market crash has been a sound move in the past. Warren Buffett, arguably the world’s greatest investor, has always followed this strategy. He likes to buy high-quality businesses when they trade at low prices, then … Read more