The response we received from the inaugural Salesforce Architect Community Survey was tremendous. I am so pleased to share the feedback of 280 of our community members from more than 25 countries with you.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…..and no better time to take an hour out of life to have a drink, hang out and do a Christmas quiz with your friends from Ladies Be Architects! It’s 100% online and 100% casual – anything goes!
Aldo is a Software Engineer and Platform Architect; he’s been doing Salesforce development, consulting and architecting in the Platform since 2008. Aldo lives in Montevideo, Uruguay where he works remotely from a home office and travels a lot (more than he’d like) to NYC to visit customers onsite.
Susannah’s Northeast Dreamin’ talk comes to Blanca Leon-Carter’s Apex16 study group! You don’t have to learn Apex to be an architect, but in case this interests you, you can learn the three rules of test-driven development and how to make testing PART of your code development – not an afterthought. Vocabulary and live coding are all part of the learning for this session. Read more to access the recording!
November is always a lovely Autumn month – and the perfect time to get a couple of certs done! We had some phenomenal exam passes this month – congratulations to each and every single one of you. Here’s our magic list for November.
Thank you to everyone who gave up their time to come and study environment management with us! We are happy to share the recording and resources here.
Thank you to Natalya, who has started her second study group of the year! In this group, Natalya and her guest speakers will be taking a deep dive into Identity and Access Management.
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.