As an Admin, you might think that unit tests are just something developers have to deal with - a necessary evil required to deploy code, and an annoyance when failing tests prevent you from deploying metadata from a sandbox to production. But in reality, unit tests can be an Admin's best friend. They can help you validate metadata changes before mistakes lead to data integrity failures. They can help you monitor for changes in an org by others. And they can help you figure out if your developers or consultants are delivering on what they promised. You don't have to be a developer to love unit tests, and this insider view from the developer's perspective will share with you the secrets that not every developer wants you to know. Join us to learn why it's important to run unit tests after every metadata change.