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For those of you who have always wonder more about the man (@sfdcfox), there is a new Salesforce Developers YouTube video:

This week, we are happy to have Brian Fear on the Salesforce Developer Podcast. Brian started his career on the platform doing customer support at Salesforce and is now a developer for Camping World. Brian loves helping people and he has quite a history of pushing some limits to go the extra mile and answer other people’s questions. Known by the alias sfdcfox, he is one of the top contributors on the Salesforce Stack Exchange with over 290,000 reputation points. His answers have helped over 7 million people and that is just amazing!

We’ll hear about his personal journey as well as his insights on getting your questions answered on developer platforms. It’s important not only to ask good questions but to ask them in the right way. After hearing Brian’s story, you might consider contributing to the Salesforce Stack Exchange by answering some questions. Listen to this episode, and be inspired to help others!

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    This was awesome to hear. Brian is a beast. – S.B. Oct 30 '20 at 15:40
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    Can i get an an autograph? – Johannes Schapdick Nov 3 '20 at 10:12
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    Looks like they are reposting episodes of the Salesforce Developer podcast to Youtube. You can find the other episodes at developer.salesforce.com/podcast. Presumably others will also make it to YouTube over time. – Daniel Ballinger Nov 4 '20 at 22:34
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    @DanielBallinger - Great! Thanks. One of my other favourite episodes: developer.salesforce.com/blogs/2019/12/… – Robs Nov 4 '20 at 23:20
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    @Robs 😀. Brian's episode was a good one. I do like that they are covering a wide range of developers and topics. – Daniel Ballinger Nov 4 '20 at 23:35
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    What is amazing about Brian is not just his knowledge and willingness to help, but also how polite and respectful he always is to the most dumb questions I may ask. He is a true legend. – zaitsman Nov 11 '20 at 3:08

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