Salesforce Platform Developer II

If you are taking up the Salesforce Platform Developer II certification, then you should be aware of the new system under which you will be getting this credential.

  1. You need to complete the below 4 Superbadges in Salesforce Trailhead
    1. Apex Specialist
    2. Data Integration Specialist
    3. Lightning Component Framework Specialist
    4. Advanced Apex Specialist
  2. You have to register for the Platform Developer II Multiple choices exams in Webassessor and pass the exam
  3. Once you have completed all the 4 super badges, you will receive an email from Salesforce Trailhead team with the instructions to link your Trailhead and Webassessor accounts (Note – it might take up to a week for you to get this email after you completed all the 4 super badges)
  4. Following the instructions, You have to Link your Trailhead and Webassessor profiles and verify your profiles.
  5. After you have completed
    1. all 4 super badges thru Trailhead,
    2. passed the exam thru Webassessor and
    3. linked your Trailhead and Webassessor profiles,
  6. Salesforce will then award you the Platform Developer II credential. Note again – this might take up to a week once you have completed both 1 and 2 and linked and verified both your Trailhead and Webassessor profiles
  7. Here’s the reference from Salesforce Certification Knowledge Base about the overall process and a quick screenshot of the instructions

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The Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II certification validates the below skills, experience, and knowledge:

  • Understands the principles and best practices of Salesforce data modeling, interface design, code development, and testing, and can apply these principles in real-world development environments.
  • Is capable of defining appropriate solutions to meet specific business
    challenges/process requirements to extend/customize the platform by applying knowledge of declarative and programmatic features of the Force.com platform.
  • Is competent developing Apex code that will scale to large data sets; has a good understanding of platform behaviors, limits, and performance considerations.
  • Can build custom user interfaces to display and interact with Salesforce data using the Lightning Component Framework, advanced Visualforce, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Is competent tuning Visualforce pages and understands performance implications of the controller design.
  • Understands and applies best practices for general web and Salesforce-specific security concerns.
  • Can design and implement complex sharing models using declarative and programmatic methods.
  • Can design and implement a test plan that ensures adequate quality (e.g., code coverage, application behaviors, scalability, environment independence, security)across application components.
  • Can deploy custom applications, has a broad understanding of the Force.com development lifecycle, and understands deployment tools and knows when to apply each tool.
  • Understands and uses Apex SOAP and REST web services and how to call out from Apex using SOAP and REST.
  • Understands and uses asynchronous programming – queueable, batchable, schedulable, @future, etc.
  • Understands and applies appropriate techniques for error and exception handling in various programmatic contexts.
  • Implements best practices for trigger development and design patterns, other business logic development, and reuse.
  • Knows how to surface Lightning Components on a Lightning page and with Quick Actions.

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