Create Your Own Workflow Agile App in Salesforce

Get ready, this article is slightly longer and can be hands on if you want to follow along. As an Agile Coach I have tried to spill out some thinking behind the structures and decisions. As Salesforce professionals we have all sorts of types of work coming our way, and having a one dimensional structured Read more about Create Your Own Workflow Agile App in Salesforce[…]

No Power, no Party?

Debatable. Let me tell you my recent experience, I was out of electricity from Friday because of the Eunice & co storms in the UK. There was some serious damage around where I live, including some snapped cables, we had to stay put and hope for the best. Over the course of these days we Read more about No Power, no Party?[…]

Improve Salesforce Development & Delivery

Last year we looked at Salesforce DevOps (Part 1 & Part 2), where, in a nutshell, the aim is to enable a fast flow of planned work into production (tens, hundreds, thousands of deploys a day), whilst having top stability, reliability and security. Easier said that done, right? As teams enhancing the Salesforce platform and Read more about Improve Salesforce Development & Delivery[…]

🔔 Salesforce Notification Builder?

Did you know you can use Salesforce Notification Builder to create custom notifications for teams, task queues, and public groups? Or even to replace standard notifications or disable what’s not needed! In all honestly Custom Notifications is something I haven’t played much with, I admit I almost missed the feature all together. You can trigger Read more about 🔔 Salesforce Notification Builder?[…]

Salesforce DevOps?! Part 2

In Part 1 we covered the basic concepts of what DevOps is. Now, these articles were inspired after finishing the book Accelerate, The Science of Lean Software and DevOps by Gene Kim, Jez Humble, and Nicole Forsgren. From the research of the State Of DevOps, they have learnt there are capabilities, as enablers, to build Read more about Salesforce DevOps?! Part 2[…]

Salesforce DevOps?! Part 1

I’ve read recently Accelerate, The Science of Lean Software and DevOps by Gene Kim, Jez Humble, and Nicole Forsgren. This book explains how DevOps emerged, to solve building secure, resilient, rapidly evolving distributed systems at scale; and which capabilities paradigm to focus on to continuously drive improvement. All research based from surveys from the State Read more about Salesforce DevOps?! Part 1[…]

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10 VS Code Extensions that will supercharge your Salesforce development

Some of you may have been wondering what has happened to Mike and even Chris, why such a long hiatus? There is no single reason or easy explanation other than life. Let’s just say various life challenges converged. As part of tackling life’s challenges, I’ve been looking at ways to be more productive with my Read more about 10 VS Code Extensions that will supercharge your Salesforce development[…]

Trending Snapshot with Einstein Analytics

Welcome to an article about articles 🙂 We had good fun discovering Einstein Analytics recently. One of the use cases that seemed to take longer than expected was to provide a visual dashboard to a content manager about the consumption of knowledge articles. The context for it was to be able to organise the workload Read more about Trending Snapshot with Einstein Analytics[…]

The (festive season) Yōkai of Past, Present & Future

Happy new year ahead! You may be wondering about the title, so here’s some context. Typically there’s the Christmas Carol of the Spirits of Christmas, 3 to be exact: being the ghost of the past, the one of the present and then the future; the story goes something like this… each one takes Scrooge on Read more about The (festive season) Yōkai of Past, Present & Future[…]

Three (and a half) Knowledge things we learnt this week

1) Enabling Article Management Once upon a time whilst troubleshooting how knowledge articles display in salesforce communities, the support team enabled “Article Management” setting within Content Management. That seemed to sort some of the issues faced but what we soon learnt was that when support enabled this for you, there was something else you should’ve Read more about Three (and a half) Knowledge things we learnt this week[…]