Sharayu is Australia’s first female CTA! We caught up with Sharayu shortly after she got the news that she’d passed her CTA board exam. Sharayu is a Technology Delivery Architecture Manager at Accenture, leading large enterprise implementations of Salesforce. Sharayu got her start in the Salesforce world in 2011 coming from a developer background, with experience in Java before picking up Apex.
We first met up with Jannis at TrailheaDX in May 2019 – and we’re thrilled to share his advice and CTA story with you all. Jannis is German and settled in Sydney, Australia. As a practice partner for solution engineering, innovation and incubation at System Partners, he leads a team of Solution Engineers and acts as a strategic advisor and Salesforce product expert to some of the largest, most complex enterprise customers in ANZ. Jannis is married and has a young son.
Salesforce MVP and CTA candidate Matt Morris solves the Green Roof Systems scenario. With special thanks to all who jumped on to judge! Read more for supporting documents and the video recording!
Salesforce MVP and CTA candidate Matthew Morris solves the Laptops to Schools scenario. With special thanks to Melissa Shepard, Gavin Palmer and Tameem Bahri for judging. Read more for supporting documents and the video recording!
We’re grateful to Niki Vankerk who gave some of her time to lead a data modelling discussion with three fantastic candidates. Thank you to everyone who came along to observe and ask questions; we hope this helps you gain more insight into what’s needed for the review board.
Our latest volunteer Certified Technical Architect is Emely Patra, a Strategic Advisor, wife and mother who works for Salesforce in the UK. She passed her review board in July 2018 and we were very happy to learn that another woman had passed! We asked her some key questions about her experiences – the ramp-up, the day of the exam and how becoming a CTA has affected her career.
If you’re ready to ramp up for your Certified Technical Architect certification, you don’t have to go it alone. Today we launch our latest programme, our mentoring match-up!
A couple of months ago we started a programme to produce some more practice scenarios for the Certified Technical Architect review board. We are thrilled that we can share our very first hypothetical scenario for ANYONE and EVERYONE to use for their ramp-up.
This is Carl Brundage – experienced architect and the first volunteer for our new blog series – Meet a CTA! We’ve had him as a guest on our podcast before, but this time we wanted to read his story.