Getting started with Salesforce DX & CLI

Did you think we were done with the CLI? Well, there is plenty more to come and learn. This time we start combining what we have been learning in the command line (CLI) with VScode and Scratch Orgs Here is the summary of what you will learn: Quick Recap on the series to date Key Read more about Getting started with Salesforce DX & CLI[…]

Embrace Negative Reviews

You may have already read in Chris’ post ‘How to Do Dreamforce Remotely‘ which is helpful especially for me as this year Dreamforce is a no-no, the main reason is well… I’m getting married a week after šŸ™‚ Even though my high levels of FOMO, I’m trying to be logically about it: travelling across the Read more about Embrace Negative Reviews[…]

Time for Winter Wonders

With this being the temperature outside in London, and the lack of precipitation, it is difficult to think about winter. Yet the Salesforce Winter ’19 production release is just around the corner! I was preparing my take on what Chris kicked off earlier this year – the “Salesforce Weekly Bright Ideas” series – when then Read more about Time for Winter Wonders[…]

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 šŸ™‚ As mentioned in theĀ previous postĀ I was honoured to be invited as prominent speaker to Hyderabad TrailblazinĀ Ā the newest to Read more about Trailblazing in Hyderabad[…]

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 agileĀ 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 centuryĀ we focused on execution rather thanĀ innovation. We had Read more about Be more Agile with Continuous Improvement[…]

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 ā€” Ines Garcia ā˜ (@Inescapinezka) April 27, 2018 I can’t believe it’s already over! The Read more about My #dreamOle18 Highlights[…]

A Hidden Gem To Trigger Alerts

It wasn’t long ago that IĀ mentionedĀ spending quite a bit of time every day in the ‘Answers’ section of the Trailblazer Community. It really is a great place to get quick help, and to give back of course! It made a huge difference in my early Salesforce’cy’ days. My teamy Chris promotes many other benefits for Read more about A Hidden Gem To Trigger Alerts[…]

Looking for a date? Salesforce can help

For this weekā€™s post, I wanted to get back into our favourite How To category and come up with something that will be of practical use to you all. So my topic this week is dating. Because dating is something we all do, isnā€™t it? Whether weā€™re old or young, rich or poor, married or Read more about Looking for a date? Salesforce can help[…]