Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: @MVDSFDC by Melissa VanDyke

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: @MVDSFDC by Melissa VanDyke

Melissa VanDyke

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@MVDSFDC by Melissa Van Dycke

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Author: Melissa VanDyke

I dedicate my free time to helping the community, providing valuable content on my blog.
Furthermore I help ambitious salesforce.com administrators (or administrative assistants working with Salesforce.com) bring project management methodologies into their work to grow their career.
With a natural flair for project and process management and working in a team dynamic, I thrive in fast-paced environments providing challenging and interesting opportunities to work with stakeholders and clients. 20 years of experience in problem solving, knowledge sharing, communication and training. 

 

Salesforce Partner and Developer Blogs: The Welkin Suite

Salesforce Partner and Developer Blogs: The Welkin Suite

The Welkin Suite Blog

The Welkin Suite Blog

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Author: Alina Karnaukh | Rustam Nurgudin | Vladimir Gubanovich

The Welkin Suite presents new generation of Force.com IDE's providing powerful features for increased development productivity and comfort.
Our Mission is to allow you think about the challenge of the project because all the trivial things will be covered by The Welkin Suite.
Out of the box, The Welkin Suite IDE provides a comprehensive feature set to considerably improve comfort of development and your productivity. 

 

Salesforce Admin Blogs: #SalesforcePrincess

Salesforce Admin Blogs: #SalesforcePrincess

Jean Velonis

#SalesforcePrincess

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Author: Jean Velonis

I call myself a Salesforce Princess because I’m not a ninja or a guru. In 2006 I fell in love with Salesforce when I was working in a marketing role. I told myself, I’ve got to get my hands on the Setup menu! One year later I got my chance and I’ve been addicted ever since. I started out as a delegated admin that ran all the reporting for my sales division. In 2008 I got my Salesforce Admin Certification.

I’m now co-leading the Phoenix Girly Geeks! I have my first user group event under my belt and I’m working on my Advanced Admin certification.

 

Salesforce German Admin Blog: CloudBlogger

Salesforce German Admin Blog: CloudBlogger

Marc Kirsch

Tobias Thiel

CloudBlogger

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Author: Tobias Thiel | Max Kirsch

Salesforce, Google Apps & Co - Cloud Computing in der Praxis. Wir schreiben hier über Themen, die uns im Berufsalltag begegnen und die wir spannend finden.

 

Salesforce Admin, MVP & Legacy Blogs: Bill Greenhaw (last updated 2014)

Salesforce Admin, MVP & Legacy Blogs: Bill Greenhaw (last updated 2014)

Bill Greenhaw

Bill Greenhaw

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Author: Bill Greenhaw

A Salesforce geek since 2001, I have focused my career on CRM and salesforce.com. I have worked as a salesforce.com consultant and salesforce.com end user. I have implemented over 75 businesses onto salesforce.com. I have migrated over 300 different systems/data sources.

I have a passion for helping people with salesforce.com / CRM. If you are in the Sacramento area and need some help with salesforce.com (or just want to discuss salesforce.com and/or CRM) send me a message. Also consider joining the Sacramento Salesforce User Group.

I am a declarative developer that can do Apex when in a pinch. I have a database background, so SOQL using anonymous Apex comes in handy for me.

I became a salesforce.com MVP in Summer of 2013. I love being part of the salesforce.com community. Dreamforce is my geek out week of the year.

I have been in I.T. since 1996 and I took to SaaS and Cloud immediately, as I understood the value. Love to help companies move to Cloud technologies.

Specialties: salesforce.com administration, implementation, data migrations, consulting, salesforce.com formulas and worfklows.

Certifications: Salesforce.com Certified Administrator, Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Developer, Salesforce.com Certified Sales Cloud Consultant

 

Salesforce Admin Blogs: KristiForce

Salesforce Admin Blogs: KristiForce

Kristi Guzman

KristiForce

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Author: Kristi Guzman

Passionate about process optimization, clean data & system usability as a Salesforce.com Certified Administrator, Advanced Administrator & Certified Force.com Developer.
Background in the Hospitality space (hotel front office, conference services, restaurant service, DMC sales and operations, group housing management and general customer service), developing skills which can translate to any industry.

 

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Salesforce Quest

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Salesforce Quest

James Goerke

Salesforce Quest

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Author: James Goerke

I’ve been working with Salesforce since 2008 and have a deep breadth of industry and Salesforce experience across all of the platform features. I have a passion for customer experience and delivering customer wow at every interaction. I started SalesforceQuest.com as an outlet to let me share some of the knowledge, experience, and frameworks that I use daily to tackle simple and complex problems within Salesforce… With a little geeky flair.

 

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs: Doug Ayers

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs: Doug Ayers

Doug Ayers

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Author: Doug Ayers

I have over 8 years experience leading teams to build loosely coupled, reliable web apps and enterprise services with agile engineering practices on Salesforce and Java platforms.

I enjoy the rich ecosystem of open source software and contribute back to the community on GitHub and my blog. As someone who is continually learning and trying new approaches, I enjoy collaborating with and mentoring others. I also co-lead and regularly speak at the Nashville Salesforce Developers Group.

I seek continuous improvement, never accepting the "status quo" but rather responsibly challenge barriers to grow and drive innovation. One of my core values is to never allow success to be limited by effort.

Doug Ayers is a Certified Administrator and Force.com Developer. He serves as a Software Architect, Salesforce Platform @Virsys12 and Co-Leader of the Nashville Salesforce Developer Group. You can follow him on Twitter, LinkedIn, GitHub, the Salesforce Success Community, and the BMC Remedyforce Community. View his resume.

 

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Salesforce World

Salesforce Developer Blogs: Salesforce World

Chamil Madusanka

Salesforce World

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Author: Chamil Madusanka

Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Developer | Senior Software Engineer(Force.com) at attune Lanka (pvt) Ltd | Initiator of Sri Lankan Salesforce Platform Developer User Group | Salesforce Community Leader in Sri Lanka | Super Contributor on Force.com Discussion Boards | Blog writer of my own blog www.salesforceworld.blogspot.com | Author |
developing applications (currently Talent Management System) on force.com platform.

Specialties: Salesforce.com, Force.com, APEX, Visualforce, Java, .NET, PHP, MS SQL Server, MySQL, Cloud Computing, Ontology based systems, Semantic Web Technologies, Semantic Web Searching, Intelligence Human-Web Interaction , Prolog, Perl

 

Salesforce Developer Blogs: john brunswick

Salesforce Developer Blogs: john brunswick

John Brunswick

john brunswick

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Author: John Brunswick

John Brunswick is the Global Head of Innovation Solutions at Salesforce.com.

Passionate about innovation and exploring the “art of the possible”, he combines creativity, technology, development and design to bring ideas to life.  To stay up-to-date on his latest work follow John on Twitter.

He was previously an Enterprise Architect at Oracle Corporation, specializing in enterprise portal and content management solutions. Prior to this he was a Consulting Practice Manager within BEA System’s Business Interaction Division Professional Services Group. He managed their Enterprise Portal and Business Process Management practices in Canada and New England, helping Fortune 500 companies create solutions to a wide range of business challenges.

John actively contributes to the enterprise software business community and has authored a series of articles about optimal business involvement in portal, business process management and SOA development, examining ways of helping organizations move away from monolithic application development. Brunswick served as an affiliate at Harvard University’s Berkman Center in 2009, focusing on educational Web strategies.

In 2006, he developed ServiceMountain, a commercial software package to help manage small service businesses, which was acquired by a medium-sized software vendor.

John leads the Boston Computing Review user group until 2012, which he founded in 2005 to educate members about emerging technologies and industry trends. Prior to working at BEA Systems John was an Implementation Manager at Plumtree Software. Before working at Plumtree Software, John directed Jniche Technology Associates, a small web application development and networking group. John graduated from Boston University with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems, is a PMP and holds various technical certification credentials.