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
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
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
Recently the Force.com Developer certification was retired, and all certificate holders were encouraged to switch to the Platform App Builder certification. Which is exactly what I did. One of the things that stuck out to me though, was
Recently I did the double whammy of Platform App Builder and Platform Developer I exams. I have had a few questions about another certification I have done recently, the Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant Certification (CRT-251). So in this
It only feels like a few months since Spring ’18 release… Oh wait, it was. As time marches on, we are now due for the next release from Salesforce with Summer ’18 release. Over the coming weeks we will start the normal
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