As part of my series "Mastering the latest Salesforce release", this post is focused on Summer '17.
Several times in my career, I came across situations where my client wanted to take the driving seat of an implementation after a brief introduction to the basics of Salesforce configuration. Maybe they looked over the shoulder of a consultant creating a report or a page layout. "Oh yes,
Every time Salesforce ships a new release and however thick are the release notes, I do advocate for in-depth study! This is the only way that a Salesforce professional can stay on top of their game! Today, we'll review the information available for “Spring ’17”. If you haven't yet read
This year again, I was pleased to be accepted as a speaker at London's Calling (Europe’s largest community-led event for Salesforce professionals) on February the 10th, 2017. After last year's talk on Person Account that many of you still mention to me, I thought I would come back with
I recently bumped into a few clients who weren't sure about what was going on with this TLS 1.0 thing. So, I thought I would write a recap and collate the best resource available online, all in one post. Hopefully, this can help you communicate with your customers or
Several years ago, I was working on a large Salesforce roll-out for a customer whose deployment policies were constraining the team to use change sets. It was a multi-sandbox, multi-vendors environments and change sets were not ideal, to say the least. As it happens, we ended up, for each version