In my series of Salesforce release posts, I’m focusing today on “Winter ’17”. If you haven't yet read my old (but maintained) post Preparing Your Maintenance Exam I suggest you do it now. Training Plan: My recommended approach is to get high-level awareness, get a feel for the new
With Winter '17, Salesforce added the possibility to display your company's logo on the top banner of any custom app in the Lightning experience. I thought I would take the opportunity and write a post on how to best handle this logo business for both Lightning and Classic. Lightning You
Sadly I didn’t manage to make the trip to San Francisco last Tuesday and attend Salesforce’s first developer conference ever: TrailheaDX. Thankfully though, Salesforce had thought about us all professionals working on their own customers’ orgs, writing code and configuration, deploying from sandbox to sandbox to production, training
In my series of Salesforce release posts, I’m focusing today on “Spring ’16”. If you haven't yet read my old (but maintained) post Preparing Your Maintenance Exam I suggest you do it now. This post brings together all resources available into an organised training plan. Training Plan: My recommended
I have been lucky enough to be invited to present at the first London’s Calling (Europe’s largest community-led event for Salesforce professionals) on February the 5th, 2016. I chose a topic which meant a lot to me because I’ve done quite a lot of B2C implementations: Salesforce
I was discussing with my team members, reviewing a part of a Salesforce solution we were implementing at one of our biggest customers when it happened to be Paul’s turn... I asked, "So, Paul, can you take me through your design please?". "Sure" said Paul,
In my series of Release posts, I’m gathering the best resources available on-line to master the new Salesforce features. Ultimately Salesforce professionals will want to pass their certification maintenance exam but, in reality, the goal is to stay on top of your art, not just tick the maintenance box.