NGO Hackathon #2

Před dvěma lety jsme udělali první NGO hackathon. 24 hodin, 10 týmů, 4 neziskovky, 4 různá zadání. Bylo to super, energie skvělá, spousta lidí jela přes noc a na konci bylo co prezentovat. Akorát pak se nám to nějak zvrtlo, neřekli jsme si (jako CRM pro neziskovky) o pomoc a trvalo snad rok, než jsme alespoň jedno z těchRead More…

Data migration made easy

Data migrations are the most funny part of any projects. They look easier when migrating Salesforce to Salesforce with about the same structure, but it still a lot of fun. Especially when you want to migrate just subset of data. Data Loader, DataLoader.io, Talend, Pentaho, JitterBit – all the ETL tools, you name them. You mightRead More…

Rocking Learning Management in Salesforce

7 great solutions to consider  Remembering the Dreamforce 2019 Keynote, I hear the vibrant words of Leah McGowen-Hare’s (Vice President of Trailhead Evangelism, Salesforce) on innovation: „If the tech industry has the freedom to innovate, they also have the responsibility to create — create pathways to new professions, pathways that are inclusive of everybody, pathways thatRead More…

How to setup Declarative Lookup Rollup Summary

A long time ago I fell in love with Declarative Lookup Rollup Summary aka DLRS. It allows me to do things which are impossible to do with standard rollup summary fields and I also don’t have to write any code. Actually, when I saw it for the first time I was scared. I found the UI not intuitive enough andRead More…

Which certifications should I take?

A while ago Alena wrote for me an article asking whether customers should pass certification exams as well. A year ago David Liu wrote an article how many certifications you need (seven). And the final straw for putting this article together was Ben’s infographic about certification pathways, which my team loved and I realised it doesn’t reallyRead More…