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Salesforce Admin Blogs: saltyforce

Salesforce Admin Blogs: saltyforce

Vered Meir

saltyforce

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Author: Vered Meir

Vered Meir is a certified Salesforce administrator and developer with over ten years of experience in the nonprofit sector. She spends her days working to make sure that mission-driven nonprofit organizations have the tools they need to make data accessible, accurate, and a central driving force to doing their work. Salesforce’s “clicks not code” philosophy can make an #AwesomeAdmin out of anyone with an interest and an investment of time. She loves helping organizations of any size use the tools on the Salesforce platform to make their work efficient and productive so they can focus on the mission at hand.

Find her on the Power of Us Hub, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Or outdoors, not in front of a screen! When not singing the praises of the Salesforce platform, she can be found hiking in the Oakland Hills with her dog Minnie or cooking up a fresh batch of jam.

 

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Jenwlee's Salesforce Blog

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Jenwlee's Salesforce Blog

Jenwlee's Salesforce Blog

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Author: Jennifer W. Lee

I’m Jennifer Lee. Certified Salesforce Administrator, Salesforce enthusiast and Trailhead addict. Native Bostonian. Pomeranian owner.

 

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Adam To Architect

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Adam To Architect

Adam Olshansky

Adam To Architect

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Author: Adam Olshansky

I enjoy writing code and developing software applications but my love of technology is what drives me.
I’m a nerdy Salesforce Software Engineer, currently with SolarCity. I’m very passionate about technology, specifically Salesforce as of late, and I have been able to achieve several certifications and am looking forward to growing my career alongside Salesforce! Also a sports fan and have been known to binge watch TV on Netflix. I started this blog to help track my journey from just an ordinary guy up to Salesforce architect. Hoping to help and entertain others along the way!

 

Salesforce Admin, Developer & Partner Blogs: Eternus Solutions

Salesforce Admin, Developer & Partner Blogs: Eternus Solutions

Eternus Solutions

Eternus Solutions

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Author: Various

Eternus Solutions is an Information Technology Consulting Services and outsourcing company providing a range of IT Services to enterprises across various domains globally. With a clear focus on "Cloud..Social..Analytics..Mobility..IoT", Eternus Solutions has carved a niche for itself in the IT industry by acquiring elite clientele and providing them technology expertise through user-friendly custom solutions. Eternus Solutions is committed to its clients' success by enhancing their return on investment as partners. The Company has been promoted by a group of highly experienced professionals dedicated to provide complete IT solutions to its clients under one roof. 

 

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs: Succeed With Salesforce

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs: Succeed With Salesforce

Mayank Srivastava

Mayank Srivastava

Succeed With Salesforce

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Author: Mayank Srivastava

I began working with the Salesforce platform back in 2012 and have come a long way since then. It all started with administration and configuration but now I also indulge myself in custom development, when needed. I have been in awe of the Force.com platform to an extent where I decided to prepare for and take all five certification exams within six weeks and ended up passing them in the first attempt.

The goal of my blog is to help Salesforce administrators, developers and end users find answers to the most common problems. I am quite active on the success community and well aware of the challenges that the users face on a daily basis. I will try my best to cover as many of them as possible and provide you with a solution that makes you exclaim, ‘Wow, this was easy!’.
I hope there’s something useful for you to take away from my site which helps you be a better
administrator, developer or Salesforce end user.

 

 

Salesforce Admin, Developer & MVP Blogs: The Wizard News

Salesforce Admin, Developer & MVP Blogs: The Wizard News

Brian Kwong

Brian Kwong

The Wizard News

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Author: Brian Kwong

Wizard News is a faux newspaper dedicated to columns for Administrators and Developers. In addition to our newspaper, The Wizard News is home to both the video training series “Wizard’s Apprentice” and the humorous and education podcast “Wizardcast.”

Wizard News is proud to have Brian Kwong  as our Editor-in-chief. He is joined by our snap reporters to bring all the greatest news on Salesforce for administrators and developers.

The Wizard News aims to bring something from everyone. So welcome Salesforce Administrators, Developers, Consultants, Sales People, Marketing, and Executives. Stay a while and listen, read, and watch.

WizardCast

WizardCast

 


Salesforce Admin Blogs: Salesforce Hacker

Salesforce Admin Blogs: Salesforce Hacker

Adam Torman

Adam Torman

Salesforce Hacker

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Author: Adam Torman

I deliver product. My focus is on building the bridge between idea and reality with focus on close collaboration with every person in the product lifecycle.
This Blog features
Tools, tricks, and tips are the lifeblood of a Salesforce Hacker.

 

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs: CloudVandana

Salesforce Admin & Developer Blogs: CloudVandana

Atul Gupta

Atul Gupta

Atul Gupta

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Author: Atul Gupta

I have been working in the Salesforce Domain for more than 4 years now, handling both Configuration and Customization implementations.

Been part of the team implementing Salesforce.com applications for a leading telecommunication services company, Insurance and Health Sectors.

Got extensive exposure to various facets of cloud implementation pertaining to Salesforce.

My primary role is to assess the initial requirement and provide a solution in the form of a POC or demo to the Client and zero in on the exact set of requirements.

I'm well equipped with Migration Activities.

Handling monthly deployments using Version Control Systems. Worked on Tortoise SVN and Force.com IDE for the implementation of the same.

Looking forward to learning from associations with experienced people in the field and for better working and learning opportunities with great people.

 

Saleforce Admin Blogs: Essentially force.com

Saleforce Admin Blogs: Essentially force.com

Fabrice Cathala

Fabrice Cathala

Essentially force.com

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Author: Fabrice Cathala

I’m a Salesforce Architect working for Capgemini in London, UK. I design applications and lead implementation teams to provide our global customers business solutions based on the Force.com platform. A typical engagement team would have a few customer-facing salesforce consultants, some technology agnostic consultants and a couple of architects, all backed by a rather big team of offshore developers.

I started working in electronics during my studies then moved to software development. I had my first proper job in the enterprise infrastructure management arena, then transitioned to the CRM industry before discovering Salesforce and sticking to it. I have been working for several Salesforce partners of different sizes. At Capgemini, I’m not only working on implementation projects but also developing the salesforce practice. I am working on internal and external recruitments so don’t hesitate to contact me if you’d like to join us. I’m also developing our IoT capabilities working with various partners of choice.

I’m French, I have been living in the UK for more than 10 years with my wife, daughter and two bassets hounds. I’m a good food enthusiast and a cheese freak in particular. I used to be a competitive swimmer and I still go to the pool with my daughter at the weekends.

I hope you enjoy my blog.

Fab

 

Salesforce Admin Blogs: OWD – Public Read/Write/Transfer

Salesforce Admin Blogs: OWD – Public Read/Write/Transfer

Meighan Brodkey

Meighan Brodkey

OWD – Public Read/Write/Transfer

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Author: Meighan Brodkey

One thing I realized with my years of looking into Salesforce options is that a lot of people ask for help, receive advice, but in the end, you don’t often hear whether or not the option worked.  Did they pick that answer?  Did it work?  Did they have to modify the answer? When there are multiple options, WHY did they pick A over B?  Because I can’t handle the unknown, I am going to do my best to add the why and go over pros and cons in general with options and features to give a complete view.

In addition, all of us admin have a list that could go to the moon and back of the it would be nice if’s for our orgs, and seeing as time is a resource more precious than oil and diamonds, I will do my best to share easy, timesaving solutions. I hope, that you too will add comments and share ideas as well.  Hopefully we can learn from each other, and transfer our lessons learned to reduce fire-drills, inspire ideas, and fix that annoying problem that isn’t important enough to have a project approved for.

My posts will be on the blog here, my code is on GitHub.  Please sign up to follow my blog and Twitter (@MeighanSF) so you don’t miss a beat.