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Salesforce Partner & Developer Blogs: CodeScience

Salesforce Partner & Developer Blogs: CodeScience

CodeScience

CodeScience

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Author: Brian WalshRob JacquesMatt Newell; Nathalie Chin; Michael ElsonBarton LedfordJeremy EnglerDan ShahinHemang Patel

We aren’t shy. Acting as adults and staying as curious as kids is where CodeScientists live. We are a collection of seasoned Salesforce experts who are committed to collaboration, innovation, and creating elegant solutions for our clients. We love a good challenge, and we think the most difficult questions provide a chance for us to do what we do best: answer complexity with simplicity.

In fact, we think our work is downright fun. Maybe it’s our aversion to monotony. Maybe it’s because we embrace eccentricity and humor. Maybe it’s because we are comfortable failing fast and forward. Regardless, we have a proven track record of tackling the hard stuff. If you want to know more, ask anyone of us – we’d love to share.

Salesforce Admin & Legacy Blogs: Adventures In The Cloud (last updated 2014)

Salesforce Admin & Legacy Blogs: Adventures In The Cloud (last updated 2014)

Amber Neill Boaz

Adventures In The Cloud

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Author: Amber Neill Boaz

I grew up here in North Carolina and will live here as long as I can.  I have an Information Systems degree from the Cameron School of Business at UNC – Wilmington.

My first job was in Denver, CO and while it is an amazing city, it wasn’t home.  I came back to NC and after being a freelance web designer for a few years, I ventured into the world of customer service.  It was there that I came in contact with Salesforce.

I am a Certified Administrator, an Advanced Certified Administrator and a Certified Developer.  I am a Salesforce MVP.  For more information on the Salesforce MVP community, visit: http://www.salesforce.com/mvp/. Salesforce, Force, Force.com, Chatter, and others are trademarks of salesforce.com, inc. and are used here with permission.

I live and work in Durham, North Carolina.