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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[…]

Carving up an Org this Winter!

What is carving up an Org near you, well it looks a lot like Astro is hitting the pre-release slops on his board unless you’ve banished him! Each release seems to come around quicker and quicker these days, here the UK is still officially on its Summer holidays, but I could not resist the temptation Read more about Carving up an Org this Winter![…]

Three (and a half) things we learned this week

As I was planning what to write about in this week’s blog, it struck me that there were a number of updates floating around the Salesforce world (well, my small part of it) that could be classified as ‘pretty interesting’, but that maybe didn’t warrant a whole post on their own. So instead, let’s throw Read more about Three (and a half) things we learned this week[…]

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 🙂 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[…]

Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 3

Well, we know two things to be true: we promised more on the Salesforce CLI, and we promised to stay true to our name and publish content weekly – so here I am bringing you yet more Salesforce CLI! This time we are going to dive into the sfdx force:apex command and explore these capabilities in more Read more about Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 3[…]

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’s 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[…]

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Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 2

Ready to continue our journey into the world of Salesforce CLI? If you can write Salesforce formulas and build complex flows you can handle this …but most importantly you can use this to manage your orgs way more efficiently and quickly once you leave the UI behind. Missed Part 1 of this series? Well here Read more about Getting started with the Salesforce CLI – Part 2[…]

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[…]

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Getting Started with the Salesforce Command Line

Every day is a command line day for me these days, and it’s incredibly fun, addictive and easier than you think. In the now infamous words of Mr Peter Chittum: “Do Not Fear the Command Line” Of course, I am talking a bit more than just Command Lines in general here – I am talking Read more about Getting Started with the Salesforce Command Line[…]