Throughout my Salesforce career and this blog, I've been exposed to and reviewed a bunch of tools. Below is a list of my favorite tools to work with. Some are explicitly Salesforce, others just make my life easier when it comes to doing my Salesforce job. Tools for Admin work Cloudtoolkit.co - a website full … Continue reading My DevAdmin ToolKit
So it may have crossed your mind recently that there seem to be a lot of Outlook/mail tools for Salesforce, and you have wondered what the heck the difference is. Today I am going to give a super high-level breakdown of the differences and a couple of things to keep in mind. Lightning for Outlook … Continue reading Lightning for Outlook, Lightning Sync, and Inbox, Oh my!
This year I got lucky enough to get a full pass for Dreamforce, which meant it was my first time really getting to go - I don't count just going to the expo. I went for two days, Wednesday and Thursday, as I was not staying in San Fransisco and could only handle so much … Continue reading My first real Dreamforce – 2018
This has become a bit of a thing that I do when a new release comes out. It seems that most folks focus on the Lightning side of the release notes, which makes sense since the majority of the new features are geared that way. However, there are still so many companies out there that … Continue reading The Classic Side of Winter ’19 release
I recently passed the Platform Developer 1 cert from Salesforce. I have to contribute quite a bit of that success to the FocusonForce practice exams. I have previously written a review about the FocusonForce practice exams and I wanted to bring an updated review based on the Platform Developer 1 practices. Unlike when I took … Continue reading FocusonForce Platform Developer 1 Review
Last year, while looking through LinkedIn, a trend I had previously noticed, was suddenly becoming even more prominent. Jobs that were labeled as Salesforce Admin positions, even those which require only a few years of experience, are asking for candidates who at a minimum had some knowledge or experience with APEX or even Web APIs … Continue reading My journey to becoming a DevAdmin
If you have made the leap and successfully achieved gaining the CPQ Specialist exam certification, congrats! Now on to the next hard thing about CPQ, passing their maintenance exams. Unlike the Admin exam which can be passed with just the release notes, passing the CPQ maintenance exams requires a little bit more practice and finesse. … Continue reading Tips to Pass CPQ Maintanence Exams