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…

Workshops after CzechDreamin

(CANCELLED) The agenda for CzechDreamin is fixed and you probably already bought a ticket, now looking for flights/bus/train to Prague and a good accommodation (still trying to put together some good deal for you). It doesn’t make sense to fly just for the Thursday and we are fully aware of it, so Prague Community Groups got togetherRead More…

My top 5 moments of 2019 and …

I don’t plan but I’m open to everything. And I also don’t look back, but at the beginning of the year I tweeted link to Susannah’s article without properly mentioning them and Paul was a bit disappointed, so I decided that I’ll look back this time. 2019 was busy and when I check the obvious I achieved a lot – 3 new certifications,Read More…

DX to automate your work

In preparation for the CzechDreamin Pawel asked me to help him with preparation of 40 Field Service Lightning (FSL) instances. No problem, the guide has just 12 pages and I’m super lazy, luckily I heard about Salesforce DX. 1. Authenticate to instances This was the most manual step as I had to login into each instance. sfdxRead More…

Salesforce DX experience on real project

Salesforce DX is here for a while and enough has already been said and written about it. Even I spoke at Dreamforce how cool it is for admin. Finally I had an opportunity to use it on real project, with several consultants and developers and really see how it works and what are the challenges you mightRead More…