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!
Ladies Be Architects Founder and CTA candidate Gemma Emmett solves the Big Nasty Pharmaceuticals scenario. With special thanks to all who jumped on to spectate. 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 give Matt Morris our very special thanks for allowing us to watch and share his attempt at a CTA review board mock exam! This video will give you a basic idea of how Matt has tackled this mock scenario.
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.
We are thrilled that we have been able to share this with you – the first Ladies Be Architects mock review board session. Poor Tusar was selected to be the first presenter – and as well as the rest of the group being judges, we had Gustavo, a CTA with judging experience! Well done Tusar for taking on the mammoth task of going first.
Some great feedback and learnings from this experience. Thank you to everybody involved:
- Tusar Panigrahi
- Heather Thompson
- Jitendra Zaa
- Brian Mar
- Gustavo Tandeciarz
- Nidish Rekulapalli
- Waruna Buwaneka
- Gemma Emmett
This week we kicked off our first of three cohorts running through their mock review board programmes. The objective is to get everyone ready for the review board by practicing and judging together.
If you’d like to see what we’re up to – please check out the video below!
We’ve been recording some mock review boards – we can’t say if they’re right, but we hope it helps to put some context around how people prepare.