Although not strictly part of the pathway to Certified Technical Architect, sometimes you just want to branch out a little and demonstrate your knowledge of the platform. So with this in mind, I recently sat the Salesforce Service Cloud
For most of us now, the holiday season is behind us, and Salesforce Spring ’20 Release is almost here. With less than a month to go, let’s take a quick look at the latest release from Salesforce. When is Spring 20 release scheduled?
Why you should love Trailhead Superbadges. From theory to hands-on experience all in one nice little bundle. Let's take a look at what they are and why you should love them!
As an admin, Formulas can be a little confusing sometimes. Especially when there are two functions which appear to be very similar / do the same thing. From the out set, the difference between these two functions can actually appear very
Winter '20 brings access to a new Mobile Experience for users. Allowing for tighter integration between desktop and mobile experiences. What's new? When is the release? We take a look.
Salesforce's Winter 20 has a number of Critical Updates and updates re: Product Retirement. Read for why, when, and what to do to prepare.
For most orgs, there is less than a month left for the Winter 2020 Release from Salesforce. Are you release ready? In this post we will cover the top features of the Release and confirm release dates for the Winter 2020 Release from Salesforce.
In a press release last month Salesforce dropped the news, that they were about to complete their largest acquisition to date, agreeing to buy Tableau for US$15.7bn. But what is Tableau? And why would Salesforce buy Tableau? In this post we will
Get ready for the next release from Salesforce, with Summer ’19 Release just around the corner. What new features are in store for your org and when can you access it? In this post we will take a look at the top new features for admins, so
Hello all. It has been a little while between articles, and you may have noticed a few changes to the website… That is because I have spent the last few months planning and setting up CirrusRed Consulting. The next chapter in the story.
So confession. I am like using and am quite comfortable using the Force.com IDE/Eclipse and even Developer Console when I do dev work. Have I used VS Code for Salesforce before? Nope! Force.com IDE is my go-to and I have been using it for a
Moving to Lightning, has taught me a few things as an admin/dev, and it is time to share! So here are some musings/lessons/thoughts about rolling out Salesforce Lightning...