Salesforce Posse Podcast

Salesforce Posse Podcast

I interview influencers in the Salesforce ecosystem so that we can gain a better understanding of how to excel in a career path from a Salesforce Admin to an Architect.

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May 11, 2022 24 min

This episode's guest 'Ines Garcia' has literally written the book on how to run successful Agile projects in Salesforce and has an incredible way of looking at the world, she's an Agile Coach, a Salesforce MVP and is helping organisations build in a sustainable way. So they can have a positive and better impact on the well being of communities and the planet we live in.

At the Salesforce Posse podcast, we interview i...

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I think of Andy Engin as one of the masters of Salesforce Flow. My go-to guy on anything Flow related, so it made sense to pick his brains in this month's Salesforce Posse to dig into how he started in Salesforce, his experience with teaching Flow to 1000s of people across the globe and the future of the Technology.

  • Exclusive cheapest ever discount at $9.99 for Andy's Salesforce Flow Training
  • Andy's Blog: SalesforceBreak....
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    I this episode I talk to Amanda Beard-Neilson on how we can all help to deliver successful Salesforce Projects. We talk about her new course 'Delivering Successful Salesforce Projects'. You can find more about the course here: https://admintoarchitect.com/projectsuccess

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    In this podcast, Anup chats to Francis about his Dreamforce experience and the architectural shift that is happening to the Salesforce platform.

    0mins - Introduction & What is Dreamforce for newbies

    10min - Francis' Dreamforce highlights

    12mins - Customer 360

    13mins - Salesforce Evergreen Serverless Functions

    21m 41s - AWS Strategic Partnership

    25m - Einstein Opportunity Scoring free for all

    26m 50s - Local LWC Development

    29m 30s ...

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    CI & CD Tools talked about:

  • Flousum
  • Gearset
  • Copado
  • AutoRabit
  • Jenkins
  • Travis CI
  • Circle CI
  • Beyond Compare - Windows/Mac Tool for comparing folders, files and metadata.
  • Jira - Ticket/Work Management Tool
  • BitBucket - Code Repository
  • Ant Migration Tool
  • Code Review Tools:

  • Clayton
  • CodeScan
  • ApexPMD for VisualStudio
  • Other Notes:

  • Salesforce DX On Trailhead
  • Nathan Totten (Senior Director Product Management for Developer Tools at Salesforce) on Twitter, Lin...
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    Anup was invited to Salesforce Tower in London for a special session on a deep dive into Web Component Development and Francis talks to him on the tips, tricks and best practice that he learnt.

    Show Notes:

  • Salesforce Lightning Web Component Playground
  • UI Components will be deprecated
  • Salesforce Developer Evangelist Christophe Coenraets Blog
  • Salesforce Winter '20 Release Notes > Development > Lightning Components
  • Lightning Web C...
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    A round-up of the news in the World of Salesforce for June 2019, recorded on 23rd August 2019.

    New Audio!

    We're trying out a new way of recording using zencastr.com and we'd love your feedback on what you think? The good, bad and ugly! :)

    Salesforce Infrastructure Chatter Group

  • New IPs
  • Feature Retirements
  • Instance Refreshes for EU Datacentres
  • Service maintenance outages
  • ** Winter '20 Sandbox Preview Instructions**
    Our stra...

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    A round-up of the news in the World of Salesforce for June 2019, recorded on 11th July 2019.

    Salesforce Permissiongeddon the Results:
    Salesforce has published there RCA on the security incident that started on 17th May 2019. Some interesting things in there including their deployment process for database changes and their use of database flashback technology, find out more here:

    Multi-Instance Core and Communities Service Disruptio...

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    A round-up of the news in the World of Salesforce for May 2019.

    Salesforce Permissiongeddon:

  • Google Doc: Salesforce Pardot Incident - Ongoing Updates (Unofficial)
  • Kier Bowden's Blog 'Salesforce woes - It’s deja vu all over again'
  • Salesforce Official Report 'Multi-Instance Core and Communities Service Disruption starting May 17, 2019'
  • Trailblazer Day:

  • Trailhead Tuesday's
  • TrailheadDX:

  • Salesforce Blockchain: Intr...
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    June 3, 2019 27 min

    Listen in as we talk about the Summer 19 release and how it affects you as a developer!

    Summer'19 release notes - full version

    Summer'19 release notes by Salesforce Reddit community - the abridged version

    Our Dev highlights:

  • Maximum Debug log size increased to 20MB ; It's great but we need enterprise-level LogStream functionality
  • Real-time event monitoring
  • Make Long Running calls with Continuations
  • You can now use LWC in A...
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    This show was recorded on 3rd May. In this episode, we give you a roundup of the news in the world of Salesforce and Anup gives a top developer tip!! 
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