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...
Spring '19 promised new features for your Salesforce. What will it include for Sales and `Service Cloud, find out here!
2018 has been a very interesting year in the Salesforce ecosystem. And we will no doubt continue to feel the influence for a few more years, from some of the acquisitions made this year, the biggest of which was Mulesoft. So to close out 2018,
With Halloween now behind us, we are fast approaching the silly/holiday season! This week’s wrap up we have Salesforce getting into the Halloween spirit with Salesforce Tower turning into the ‘Fiery Eye of Sauron’! (Hopefully
There is less than a week until Dreamforce…. and the announcements have started already! This week we have seen two new product launches with Quip Slides and Einstein Voice. And although not specifically Salesforce news, Marc Benioff
You have registered for Dreamforce, but now what? With over 170,000 attendees last year, it is the largest tech conference in the world. So there will be crowds aplenty – but with so much to learn, about all things Salesforce… How
The first release of 2019 is almost here… Yes, I typed that right, 2019! I was sitting in a meeting today, and we were planning the roadmap out to 2021. It’s crazy to think… But as the seasons change, we hit the start of the
Everyone loves data, I am sure of it… The key difference though, is most people in their right mind, simply wouldn’t admit it. Data is useful, particularly in this day and age, in what is now commonly referred to as the Information