Viewing entries tagged
MVP Blog

Salesforce MVP Blogs: The WeinBlog by Phil Weinmeister

Salesforce MVP Blogs: The WeinBlog by Phil Weinmeister

Author

Phil Weinmeister   

The WeinBlog by Phil Weinmeister

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Phil Weinmeister

Salesforce MVP | 18x Salesforce Certified | Author, Practical Salesforce Development Without Code

What keeps me up at night (in good way)? Envisioning new products and the corresponding strategies to make those products an undisputed success.

I have a passion and propensity for inventing, building, and enhancing cloud-based software applications on the Salesforce platform. Specifically, I love taking products from ideation to launch and making customers' lives a little easier through a new experience, a streamlined process, or just an all-around awesome application.

I have worn many hats during my journey to the product world, establishing a breadth of experience and skills in a variety of functional areas. Now, my focus is on establishing a suite of valuable products on Salesforce to support and drive the award-winning services practice at 7Summits. Feel free to reach out if you have a need for a precise, top-notch community solution or product on the Salesforce platform.

Blog

Social
Location
 

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: @MVDSFDC by Melissa VanDyke

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: @MVDSFDC by Melissa VanDyke

Author

Melissa VanDycke

@MVDSFDC by Melissa Van Dycke

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

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. 

Social
Location
 

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

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

Bill Greenhaw

Bill Greenhaw

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

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 Developer & MVP Blogs: null de-reference

Salesforce Developer & MVP Blogs: null de-reference

Boris Bachovski

Boris Bachovski

null de-reference

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Boris Bachovski

Related Blog: System Partners

Over 5 years extensive experience across numerous software technologies and platforms. Efficient and elegant coder using standardized practices. Interested in learning new technologies and eager to solve problems. Strong understanding of the internet space. 

 

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: Phil Walton

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: Phil Walton

Phil Walton

Phil Walton

Phil Walton

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Phil Walton

Independent Salesforce.com Consultant since 2004

Leader of Salesforce.com North England User Group (https://success.salesforce.com/0F9300000001oJw)

Specialties: Salesforce Consultancy (certified Consultant), Salesforce.com Configuration and Admin (certified Advanced Admin), planning and scope of Development (certified Developer), Data Cleansing and de-duplication, Data Migration, Data Analysis, Data Import/manipulation, Requirements gathering and analysis, Salesforce.com training, Appexchange Apps, Communities, Salesforce-to-Salesforce, Salesforce1 (Mobile), and many more...

Check out this awesome podcast by Mike Gerholdt:
What I learned from blogging about Salesforce with Phil Walton

“It was a breath of fresh air when I tried to replicate what these guys did in two days and it only took me like 40 seconds.”

 

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: Salesforce Ben

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: Salesforce Ben

Ben McCarthy

Ben McCarthy

Salesforce Ben

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Ben McCarthy

Related Blog: RUN Consultants

Salesforce MVP, 4x Certified, Conganeer @CongaMerge, Gym fanatic, Dance Music fiend and Failure at Investing in Stocks. I also like to blog @...

 

Salesforce Admin, Developer & MVP Blogs: Cloud Architecture

Salesforce Admin, Developer & MVP Blogs: Cloud Architecture

Francis Pindar

Francis Pindar

Cloud Architecture

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Francis Pindar

Some say cloud computing has become the biggest disrupting technology for 10 years. Its changing the way IT is done, its reducing the complexities of infrastructure management, its allowing companies to focus on what is important.. their business. Or is just another way of "doing IT" with different challenges?

I've worked in internet technologies for over 18 years helping businesses bridge the gap between business and technology. Helping small companies improve their sales automation and providing technical and analytical expertise to large world wide implementation & architectural projects.

I've spoken at a number of events including Salesforce's Cloudforce events and Dreamforce in the US. Lead Architect & Technical Architect on many global projects defining technical strategy & technology roadmaps for corporations & architecture teams.

 

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: Exploited Dev Orgs

Salesforce Admin & MVP Blogs: Exploited Dev Orgs

Geoffrey Flynn

Exploited Dev Orgs

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Geoffrey Flynn

My name is Geoffrey Flynn but I go by Geoff most of the time.

I’m a Salesforce consultant working in Toronto, Canada and I’m a certified Administrator, Advanced Administrator, Developer, Sales Cloud Consultant, and Service Cloud Consultant.

I was quite content learning things on my own but kept getting stumped trying to learn coding – I just couldn’t get it to make sense.  Then I discovered David Liu’s amazing site sfdc99 that pretty much changed my whole outlook on things.  All of sudden code was making sense and I found myself answering questions on his blog that others were asking.

Everything had started to click and it was then that I realized I could help others a lot more.  I jumped onto success.salesforce.com and also started dipping my foot onto the developer forums to see if I could keep up.  Of course I couldn’t, but I could help with the easier stuff and I found that my explanations made sense to people.

At the same time I was doing this I also started commuting by car every day and listening to podcasts and realized just what an amazing community of people is out there – I wanted to find another way to contribute to that.

This blog is my way of trying to contribute.  I want to change the way Admins and Developers think about solutioning for clients.  I want to change the thought process from meeting requirements to pulling on solutions you have been able to do in your own lives.  If I can’t be happy with a birthday workflow rule for my family, what business do I have trying to build one for a customer?  Along the way I’ll also take deep dives into items that I don’t think are covered enough, and any particular topic that I feel could use some airtime.

Feel free to reuse anything you see, and I hope that every person who visits can get something out of the site, even if it’s just a different take on something they already knew about.  Now I just need some content!

 

Salesforce Admin, Bestseller, MVP & Partner Blogs: ShellBlack

Salesforce Admin, Bestseller, MVP & Partner Blogs: ShellBlack

Shell Black

Shell Black

ShellBlack

Visit Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Author: Shell Black

Consulting on Salesforce since 2005
100+ implementations of Salesforce.com
Certified Salesforce.com Administrator, Consultant and Developer
Salesforce MVP

ShellBlack.com, LLC is a Salesforce Cloud Alliance Partner located in Dallas Texas.

Using the power of the Salesforce.com platform, we help companies maximize their CRM investment by providing elegant solutions that facilitate how you market, sell and support your customers.