My #dreamOle19 Highlights

#dreamOle19 “Innovation is evolution, not a revolution” @rockchick322004 Feeling emotional ya the closing keynote of @dreamOle__c Thank you all to make this happen pic.twitter.com/TePOScrcrg — Ines Garcia ☁️ (@Inescapinezka) April 12, 2019 I can’t believe one more year of dreamOle has passed, our 3rd edition, and once again it took a whole 9 months for Read more about My #dreamOle19 Highlights[…]

Trailblazing Madrid: NonProfit, Students & Tortilla

Thanks to the Trailblazer Community, last year alone I went to Granada, Barcelona & Hyderabad. And this year it’s already looking promising 🙂 Just over a week ago I had the chance to visit Madrid for a trailblazer community group inauguration, and now we have a brand new Non Profit Group in Madrid, the first group Read more about Trailblazing Madrid: NonProfit, Students & Tortilla[…]

Mind The Product

Grab you agile hat, let’s wear it for a bit… Continuing our agile post tags this time we’re thinking about product. What ever we developing in essence it’s core is a product. Product management is a hotter topic than ever, I believe that moving from project-based thinking to product-based thinking is an essential part of delivering a Read more about Mind The Product[…]

Changes to Social Studio & Customer Service

Although gutted to wake up earlier in the year to the news of the Social Specialist Certification was going away (being one of the 2 achieved last year, sniff…) Alright, enough of the tiny violin! We always talk about the core Salesforce platform when it’s release prep time. But this time I want to take Read more about Changes to Social Studio & Customer Service[…]

What’s Hours is Yours

Hello, you lot. It’s my first blog post of 2019, so I guess I should say two things: 1) Happy New Year, and 2) Poor you, having to read my inanities once more to really bring you back down to earth after the holidays. But I honestly think that this week’s inanities might just help Read more about What’s Hours is Yours[…]

Pardot, Cheese Consumption & Good News

Off the back of the “Three (and a half) Pardot things we learned this week” post over the Xmas week, we will now tackle some questions on the Pardot application itself. To be fair I should have started there. I do love Pardot, it’s a very easy application to get started. Salesforce differentiates it from Read more about Pardot, Cheese Consumption & Good News[…]

Three (and a half) Pardot things we learned this week

It’s festive season time and, to some, a bit of head space time between family, friends and cooking duties which we can use for other things, which leads us to the: And this time they’re all Pardot related. 1) Specific Page Actions wins In Pardot you have the ability to use wildcards to set up Read more about Three (and a half) Pardot things we learned this week[…]

Build your own Lightning Component

Christmas is almost here: 4 days and counting! How about getting into the pre-Christmas spirit by building your very own Lightning Component? Why are we doing this? My current projects all involve building solutions which are centred around an application – an application for a consumer mortgage or an application for a business loan – Read more about Build your own Lightning Component[…]

I love Japan! Part 2

Following on from our travel blog few weeks back **beeeep** Alright, I admit it… it is not a travel blog (yet!) One of the wonders of this community is having the chance (and excuse) to go all over the world. In part 1 whilst making you jealous of my lovely trip to Japan, I took the opportunity Read more about I love Japan! Part 2[…]

Spring ’19 Release Preview: Lightning Flow Builder and More!

It’s that time again, folks! Or at least it is if you’re lucky enough to have an old pre-release org kicking around. If so, log in and you should be greeted by a cycling scientist to herald the arrival of the Spring ’19 release preview! In this post, we’re going to share one big thing Read more about Spring ’19 Release Preview: Lightning Flow Builder and More![…]