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.
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.
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.
With 141 registrations, this was our first study group after Dreamforce! We also had the luxury of a CTA attending – and quite a few of our male friends too. Thank you for showing up and sharing your experiences with us all.
In August, the community voted to take a look into customer mobile strategies as part of the Mobile Solutions Architecture certification. Charly happily stepped up to run this session, which covers:
- Questions checklist
- The pros and cons of Salesforce mobile apps vs custom apps
- HTML5, Native (iOS/Android/Windows Mobile) or Hybrid solutions
- Mobile app security
- Testing strategy
We had our largest volume of registrations to date for this study group – 92 people registered to hear all about Organisation-wide sharing, implicit sharing, the Salesforce role hierarchy, sharing rules, manual sharing and team sharing.
In May, Gemma went to Amsterdam to speak at the Developer User Group: Demystifying CTA. It was an awesome event; we had the luxury of FOUR CTAs sat on our panel to answer questions from the group. It was so engaging, the meet-up went on until 10pm!
The Netherlands team has made Gemma’s opening presentation available and you can watch it here. Enjoy!
This month had our biggest turnout yet! 73 registrations and we filled the Hangout! Thank you to everybody for your support, and thank you to Susannah for giving us her time to deliver a fantastic presentation.
This month, the community voted to work through one of the key topics in the Platform Developer I exam: Apex basics.
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.