Vincent is a Program Architect at Salesforce, based in Paris, France. Funny, intelligent and charming, he’s a dear friend to the European Salesforce community and a keen supporter of Ladies Be Architects.
Our next study group with be on Identity & Access Management Designer – Multi Orgs with Gemma Blezard & Susannah St-Germain.
Jonathan is Royal Military Police veteran turned Salesforce Developer. He is a Vetforce graduate, Leeds UK Trailblazer Community Group Leader, Lightning Champion, Ally and father. Jonathan is now on the Journey to CTA and recently shared his story with Ladies be Architects. Here is it!
This study group covers programmatic sharing including looking at the different types of sharing, when to use programmatic sharing, share objects, Apex Sharing Reasons, security and unit tests for sharing classes.
We caught up with Sovan Bin, Founder and CEO of Odaseva, at Dreamforce ’19. Sovan was born in France but now lives in San Francisco. He still frequently visits France to visit friends and family and to work with his team at the Odaseva Paris headquarters.
Marla Hay, Product Director for data privacy at Salesforce, talks us through how Salesforce designs the platform to support the emergence of robust data privacy laws around the world. Take a look at the roadmap, features and how privacy is now the “new normal”.
We spend a lot of time getting to know many of you in the Salesforce Ohana. We were honoured when the enterprise architecture team at Salesforce got in touch to ask how they could help our community.
Adrienne Cutcliffe grew up in Brisbane, Australia and is a Consultant with over 6 years’ experience working with the Salesforce Platform. She is a Women in Technology Group Leader, Salesforce Lightning Champion, and Undergraduate student at the Queensland University of Technology. At Dreamforce we asked Adrienne to join the Ladies Be Architects team as an ambassador, spreading the word in the Land Down Under, and we were thrilled when she said yes! Here’s her story!
A mere week after Dreamforce, our ambassador Emily McCowan bravely stepped forward to lead us through integration patterns! Take a look…