Trailblazing in Hyderabad

Time indeed flies when you are having fun! I can’t believe it has been already over a month since my ‘weekend break‘ to India. Yes, literally, I flew over to India (9.5h flight) for 3 days ūüôā As mentioned in the¬†previous post¬†I was honoured to be invited as prominent speaker to Hyderabad Trailblazin¬†¬†the newest to Read more about Trailblazing in Hyderabad[…]

Get Comfy with the Winter ’19 Pre-Release

Sometimes the best news comes without a fanfare. Now it’s official that the entire Salesforce Weekly team will be absent from Dreamforce – but don’t worry, we can still do it remotely – we were looking for something to cheer us up and distract us from the mountains of work we currently find ourselves under. Read more about Get Comfy with the Winter ’19 Pre-Release[…]

Bright Ideas: July 2018

Earlier this year, Chris kicked off an idea about ideas – in the form of our “Salesforce Weekly Bright Ideas” series. So here is my take on an extremely¬†VOTE-WORTHY¬†idea floating round the Idea Exchange… Hey, what‚Äôs the big idea? Well it’s one for which I keep getting email notifications whenever new comments appear – which Read more about Bright Ideas: July 2018[…]

Learning Latin with Summer ’18

I bet you never thought that a Salesforce release would help you brush up on your Latin skills. But, with just a light sprinkling of creative licence, I hope to set out to prove that to be the case today. Let’s give you a bit of context. If you’re a proud holder of any Salesforce Read more about Learning Latin with Summer ’18[…]

Be more Agile with Continuous Improvement

Earlier this year we talked about becoming more agile¬†and two key items to get you started on your agility journey. Visual representation of the work in progress Retrospectives Now, let’s admit it, there was an underlying theme: Incremental. And why do we want to deliver incrementally? Last century¬†we focused on execution rather than¬†innovation. We had Read more about Be more Agile with Continuous Improvement[…]

Mike’s Prediction Builder: Will Salesforce be Slacking Off at Dreamforce?

Ok, hands up – who thought I was slacking off on the blog front? Well I’m back! It looks like we accidentally created a Dreamforce mini-series here at Salesforce Weekly, when Chris kicked us off with ‚ÄúHow to do Dreamforce Remotely‚ÄĚ, followed up by Ines with ‚ÄúGet Involved and Speak‚ÄĚ to coincide with the Dreamforce Read more about Mike’s Prediction Builder: Will Salesforce be Slacking Off at Dreamforce?[…]

Salesforcey Events – Get Involved (and Speak)!

Following on from one of my favourite themes – Salesforce-y events – but on a slight contrary tangent from last week’s post… When I came back from Barcelona off the back of dreamOle¬†I was asked for my ‘why’ and about the benefits of getting involved in stuff like this. As yes it does take some Read more about Salesforcey Events – Get Involved (and Speak)![…]

How to Do Dreamforce Remotely

The biggest event on the Salesforce calendar – Dreamforce – is now only four months away. Registration isn’t officially open yet, but you can get yourself booked in right now if you know where to look. Let’s just say that Salesforce left the registration site’s back door open, or at least left a note on Read more about How to Do Dreamforce Remotely[…]

My #dreamOle18 Highlights

#dreamole18 @appexchange #demoJam Congrats @BlackbirdLTD and thank you all participants to make today happen! Thank you awesome hosts @jhoskins & @julipool & most importantly thank you attendees to be the reason or this second edition and more to come! pic.twitter.com/fDoiyAEjEl ‚ÄĒ Ines Garcia ‚ėĀ (@Inescapinezka) April 27, 2018 I can’t believe it’s already over! The Read more about My #dreamOle18 Highlights[…]

I’d like to thank the academy, my parents, and YOU!

Content warning: this blog contains self-congratulation (as well as genuine gratitude) It’s been a busy week here at Salesforce Weekly Towers. You might have guessed that by the fact that this week’s blog is reaching you on a Friday. Both Mike and Ines have had crazy weeks with work, and as for my week, well Read more about I’d like to thank the academy, my parents, and YOU![…]