In this post we conclude the setting up of CircleCI for Salesforce. After a quick recap of how we got started in Part 1, we look at the technical components required to enable a simple conitnuious deployment process.
In this 2 part series we will discuss the principles of continuous integration (CI) and how to set up CircleCI. The term CI is thrown around without much appreciation for the core principles. In this post we give provide a brefi introduction to CI and present a possible workflow when working on the Salesforce.com platform.
What the recent news of Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn means for Salesforce, and a look into what the future might hold for CRM.
In this post we discuss when that approach can lead to a poor solution that doesn’t achieve project goals and how you can get buy-in from key stakeholders when justifying writing code.
A couple of months ago I started working on integrating IBM Watson with Salesforce. My original post described the overall design, in this follow up I discuss how to install and use the lightning component.
In this post I will discuss some of the alternatives to using Person Accounts and what the advantages/disadvantages are.
Whenever a business operates under a B2C model it is common for Salesforce consultants to review whether Person Accounts should be enabled. Lets quickly get an overview of the different options. Well, thats until Person Objects becomes GA
On May 19th 2016, a sequence of events perspired that would forever change the way customers view the Salesforce platform. Ok, thats a bit dramatic, nonetheless an outage occurred on the NA14 instance affecting millions of customers for well over 10 hours. But more significantly this was the first outage that resulted in data loss.