James Neale is probably best known for his popular ServiceNow add-on Xplore, however there’s more to the man. Have a listen and find out how his career and life have been transformed in the past few years. Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 10:18 How did you get your start in ServiceNow? 11:38 How has ServiceNow changed your career? 12:40 How did ShareLogic come about? 15:15 A little bit about Unifi 17:13 The origin of Xplore 20:40 James’ most underutilized feature of Xplore 23:24 What are you passionate about?
We are past the half-way point on Hacktoberfest and wanted to highlight the amazing progress so far! If you haven’t participated yet, you still have time! Check out our Hacktoberfest 2021 post to get started. Remember to claim your prize! If you already have participated and have made your four qualifying pull requests, don’t forget to go to DigitalOcean to claim your rewards!
Pull Requests Hacktoberfest completion is measured in “Pull requests” approved and merged so let’s take a look at that first:
We continue our series on effective presentations. We’ll share our top 10 common mistakes people make while presenting and how you can avoid them to give you a better chance of people receiving your message. Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 03:17 Presenting in edit mode 06:44 Doing demonstrations poorly 11:25 Turning your back 15:39 Lack of practice 18:58 Reading the slides to the audience 21:22 Lack of confidence and energy 24:07 Turn off notifications 27:23 Mistakes with virtual presentations 29:24 Mistakes with hybrid (in-person and remote) 33;28 Boring PowerPoints 38:04 Starting and ending late 40;55 Contact information 41:23 Outro and outtakes Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
You asked and we listened. ServiceNow is working to add more code examples to our API documentation - but we need your help. One of the most frequently asked improvements for our API documentation is to add more code examples. We hear you and are requesting your code examples to add to our API documentation. Now is your chance to contribute to the ServiceNow API documentation. For each code example that is published, we will send the submitter a $25 gift card of your choosing through Rybbon.
Have you built something really cool on ServiceNow? Solved an interesting problem? Have a great story to share with your peers? We want you to come speak at CreatorCon 2022, the conference for architects and developers of all skill levels! The call for content is now open, read on to learn how to submit. CreatorCon Call for Content We welcome submissions from everyone in the community, regardless of how long you’ve been in the ecosystem or whether you’ve spoken at a conference before.
If there’s one thing the IoT does, it’s generate data. And that data can do remarkable things: like transmit temperatures from vaccine storage containers; measure farmland moisture levels; monitor your heartbeat; and secure your family’s safety with smart home security systems. What’s more, IoT data can be a massive benefit to your bottom line. Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 02:59 Agenda and announcements 08:54 IoT Bridge, Connected ops, and more explained 28:42 Demo 50:45 Takeaways 52:07 Resources 52:57 Questions Links NodeRed (Overview) NodeRed (Govee flow) ServiceNow Connected Operations ServiceNow Custom Spoke Creation ServiceNow Custom Spoke Creation 2 ServiceNow Custom Spoke Creation (TechNow) Now at Work 2021 About: TechNow is a monthly show for ServiceNow admins, developers, and builders on a wide variety of platform features.
It’s that time of year again! Every year we encourage ServiceNow Developers to participate in DigitalOcean’s Hacktoberfest event by contributing to a ServiceNow project or repository. Why participate? The more the community is equipped, the more that community can contribute. The more you get used to source-controlled projects, the more you can contribute to any number of open-source projects. You get a free t-shirt (the t-shirt also comes with bragging rights)!
ServiceNow may not be the first thing you think of when you hear the words “Open Source”. Have a listen because my guests will tell you how you can share work and contribute to open source projects using your favorite platform. Topics 00:00 Intro and welcome 02:48 Hacktoberfest overview 04:55 Things to work on 12:08 Getting started 16:55 Prior projects 18:11 Your own new ideas 19:39 Contact info 20:14 Outro 21:06 Outtakes Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
App Engine Studio, originally delivered in the Quebec Release, is a development tool for creators of varying skill levels to build applications that meet the immediate needs of your organization. Here is a brief overview of the version released in Quebec. The Quebec version allowed developers of all skill levels to build apps fast by making it easy to spin up a data model, various experiences, and automate processes while applying security to the application.
One of the new Rome release features that I have personally been most excited about, Mobile App Builder, is now available! Built on the Now Experience UI Framework, the organizational layout and ease of navigation in the Mobile App Builder facilitates a faster and more intuitive creation of ServiceNow mobile components. Some benefits are: Organization of records in a hierarchical layout of records for easy access and reference. Streamlining of mobile configurations by: guiding users to appropriate record relationships, preventing invalid configuration choices, and auto-populating fields when creating child-record relationships.