Mastering Spring '15
This post is meant to be a one-stop-shop for everything “Spring ’15”. I’m listing interesting blog posts, as well as valuable resources which will help you to master the new release. You can also check my first post on maintenance exams and get organised...
🔎 As for every release, there are quite a few posts summarising what to expect and highlighting the most important new features. Below is a list of the best content consolidated for your convenience.
- Admin Hero
- ButtonClick Admin
- GearsCRM Part 1, GearCRM Part 2, GearCRM Part 3
- GearCRM Salesforce 1
- Phil Walton
- Rakesh Gupta
- Salesforce (#infographic)
- Salesforce (Top 6)
- Salesforce Weekly
📺 After reading these posts, a good next step would be to watch Salesforce videos on YouTube. They're a great way to get a feel for the release.
📘 I find the Release Preview to be a very helpful summary of the new release. It could help you to quickly identify hidden gems.
There's also a list of online courses that you should definitively try:
There's also the Developer Resources page which technical content is focused on the platform features, by opposition to any of the Salesforce's Clouds.
🍄 The must-read document to identify and understand the new features is the Release Notes. It's available as a PDF document or HTML page. You can pick whichever format works the best for you since the content is strictly identical in both versions.
🚀 The exam is available for approximately 2 releases after launch. Don't be late or you will have to retake all of your certifications that are covered by the maintenance! You can check my post Preparing Your Salesforce Release Maintenance Exam and validate how it works.
- Date available: March 2, 2015
- Completion deadline: October 30, 2015
I hope you enjoyed this post. Don't hesitate to ping me on Twitter if you have any comment or question.