I’d like to thank the academy, my parents, and YOU!

Content warning: this blog contains self-congratulation (as well as genuine gratitude) It’s been a busy week here at Salesforce Weekly Towers. You might have guessed that by the fact that this week’s blog is reaching you on a Friday. Both Mike and Ines have had crazy weeks with work, and as for my week, well Read more about I’d like to thank the academy, my parents, and YOU![…]

A Tale of Two Cities

Once upon a time, at the centre of the universe was a city called London. This was the hub of activity for all things Salesforce… It started with developers coming together once a month and soon we had all different types of groups covering bases like Admins and Women in tech. Slowly but surely people Read more about A Tale of Two Cities[…]

Grab your Blazer, it’s time to hit the Trail

It’s back to reality for me this week, after being invited over to Granada for a megamix community group meetup, where I had the opportunity to present a digest and some thoughts and demos on Pardot and Social Studio. It was really great to have the opportunity to meet some of the members of the Read more about Grab your Blazer, it’s time to hit the Trail[…]

Bright Ideas: February 2018

I’ve got a great idea… A great idea about great ideas! Why don’t we kick off an occasional series in which we shine a light on the most interesting, the most under-appreciated, the most damn-well VOTE-WORTHY ideas floating round the Idea Exchange? Now there’s an idea… Introducing… Salesforce Weekly Bright Ideas! And here’s a good Read more about Bright Ideas: February 2018[…]

DreamOlé 2018 Preview: The Sun Behind the Cloud Returns!

By the time you read this post, London’s Calling will be over for another year, as today sees the third instalment of Europe’s largest community-led Salesforce event take place in, erm, well, London. I couldn’t make it to London’s Calling this year (it’s half term; I’m a parent – you know how it is), but Read more about DreamOlé 2018 Preview: The Sun Behind the Cloud Returns![…]

The Tour of What’s Coming!

I was very lucky to have been invited to the Product Roadmap Tour’s London Event, an initiative where Salesforce brings customers together to discuss the vision and direction of their products. It was hosted on multiple days across different cities: Atlanta, New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, San Francisco, London and Washington DC – the team Read more about The Tour of What’s Coming![…]

Being More Agile

A new year comes with new year resolutions and new release logos. Clearly the theme here must be about being Agile. Every individual and organisation can benefit from becoming more agile in 2018. In 2006 Salesforce made the switch from a waterfall approach to agile in order to improve productivity within a growing global engineering team. Read more about Being More Agile[…]

The Salesforce Weekly Awards – 2017

Welcome to 2018, and welcome to the first Salesforce Weekly post of this new year! It’s traditional in early January to do a couple of things: set yourself a resolution for the new year, and look forward to make some predictions about what the next twelve months will bring. Well, so far, your Salesforce Weekly Read more about The Salesforce Weekly Awards – 2017[…]

Awesome Admin to Application Architect …And Beyond! [Video]

For this week’s post, I wanted to share a recording of a talk I’ve delivered at a few Salesforce events in 2017. The talk is all about the Salesforce Architect Journey, with a particular focus on why I believe that the architect track is a truly valid one for us administrators to consider. Wondering whether Read more about Awesome Admin to Application Architect …And Beyond! [Video][…]