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,
Time marches on and 2018 continues hurtling towards summer (or winter for the southern half of the planet). But it is that time of year again where we get to investigate and plan for the Summer ’18 release from Salesforce, which is due to
Sometimes overconfidence catches up to you when you least expect it. That is probably really obvious. But for me recently it was about two months ago, when I sat both the Platform App Builder Transition exam and the Platform Developer I exam.
Spring ’18 is now live for most orgs, but there appears to be some changes included in the release which haven’t been documented :-O The great news for us Admins, the changes actually resolve a number of ‘simple’ problems
There is a big focus this week in Salesforce Briefs on AI with Einstein Platform being released for Developer’s, with several new tools being announced. Also in this week’s brief, how AI can help Sales Enablement, ‘CRM‘