*Disclaimer – Any questions you find in this article are practice questions created by me. Please treat them as pointers – it does not bear any relationship with Salesforce certification examination questions. Clicks, not Code is a hallmark of the Salesforce platform – without writing a single line of code, a
On 28th October, 2017, I became a certified Application Architect! Yes, I did pat myself on the back! And, now, I am writing this blog to cheer you on! You too should join the club! Here is roadmap! Expansive? Yes! Worth it? Certainly! Undoubtedly, to become a Salesforce Certified Application Architect,
A Lead in a marketing context, is a potential sales contact, an individual or organization, that expresses an interest in your products or services. Leads are typically captured through the referral of an existing customer, or directly through the company website (Using Web-to-Lead), etc. Usually, Leads are converted when they
Whether you’re lucky enough to boast a wealth of experience, skills, or winning charm, job interviews are a daunting experience for everyone. The interview process is all about being able to effectively translate your best assets to your interviewer, whilst best understanding what they want from their next hire. Mason
Why every admin, developer, and architect should use source control. This is a guest post by Alex Brausewetter, founder of Blue Canvas. Blue Canvas builds tools for Salesforce developers and admins looking to implement source control and CI. Nearly all modern software development teams use version control today. Unfortunately, the
You can now prevent users from sharing their own user records with other users across the organization. You can also set Organization-Wide Default for the user object to Private. Business Use Case Higher management in Universal Container doesn’t want to allow their users to share their user records with other users.