How I Privatized A Single Custom Field

As a consultant, you get a lot of weird requests that make you scratch your head and wonder "can I really do this with Salesforce", and sometimes even "why the F would they want to do that, that's ridiculous. Why did you bother signing up for Salesforce, go use  Dynamics in DSL traffic or something".... Continue Reading →

No Longer Preparing…I PASSED!

Couldn't help but share that all of the hands on experience, frustration, crying, drinking, and studying paid off. Passed the CPQ Specialist exam today!!! What a crazy experience though. I was nearly hyperventilating in my car because I was psyching myself out. I've only chatted with 4 people that have taken this exam, 2 failed... Continue Reading →

Preparing For The CPQ Specialist Exam

As I write this post i'm going back and forth between 2-3 Salesforce development projects for work(pulling my hair out trying to develop a Visualforce page) and doing small study sprints for the CPQ Specialist exam that i'm taking tomorrow (6/17/17). As i'm going through the content, I can't help but laugh about my journey... Continue Reading →

Networking Sucks If Its About You

  Another networking event. Another mound of inexperienced, green salespeople that don't give a crap about you, trying to sell you something you'll never be able to convince your boss you need while trying to convince you they do in fact care. You? You're more than likely looking for a lead for a sale, or... Continue Reading →

Coming Full Circle

Most of my posts are centered around (what I feel is) humor mixed into goofy gifs and pictures. This one will be a bit more serious. May 4, 2016 I went to my first PhillyForce annual event, which was also my first Salesforce event and my first tech event. After spending 10 years in sales, I... Continue Reading →

My First Real World Lightning App

We have all seen and heard the craze about Salesforce Lightning, it is striking EVERYWHERE. When I first saw lightning last summer, it got a big "NOPE" tag because of the vertical navigation bar. I can change....but...not to a Salesforce vertical navigation bar... Thankfully, the cries of the community were heard, and it went horizontal.... Continue Reading →

Salesforce Clouds Explained In Gifs

As someone new to the Salesforce ecosystem, you may hear about the different clouds that Salesforce offers. It can get confusing to know the purpose for each one and which one fits your use case. To help, dear admin, I present, the Salesforce "Clouds" in a language I know well, animated Gifs. This probably won't help... Continue Reading →

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