We sat down with the man who literally wrote the book on the Salesforce CTA, to learn his story and what inspired him to pass his knowledge on to so many others through his new book, “Becoming a Salesforce Certified Technical Architect”.
Happy New Year from Ladies Be Architects! For our first session back in the new year, Vickie Jeffery and Adrienne Cutcliffe are going back-to-basics to deliver us some fantastic Platform App Builder Content. Session 1 of this series covered off on part one of Salesforce Fundamentals & Data Modeling and Management on the platform.
We’d like to understand how we can continue to support the Salesforce Architect community in 2020 and beyond. We’d be so grateful if you’d take a few mins to complete our survey and help us shape the future of LBA! Open up this post to find and complete the survey.
Welcome back, and in May we ran a spectacular session all about Master Data Management. This was expertly delivered by two of our Aussie ambassadors, Vickie and Adrienne. Emily is currently on maternity leave, having given birth to her first child. Audrey, in May. Congratulations Emily!
This study group covers multi org scenarios in relation to Identity and Access Management.
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.
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.
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.