I’ll be heading to Antwerp and London (twice) in the next two weeks and will give talks about various topics around the Salesforce platform.
I cannot believe how fast my first year with Salesforce passed by. It was May 1st 2016 was when I joined Salesforce.
Today is Albert Einstein’s birthday - and we at Salesforce are GA’ing Einstein Vision.
A new Burning Glass report showcases that the job market for people with Salesforce skills grows 1.3times faster than the overall market. And that Salesforce skills are the 7th highest tech skill in demand (ahead of .Net or C++ i. e.).
Next week I’m joining the Salesforce User & Developer Group in Prague for their February meetup to speak about Lightning and SalesforceDX.
I’m happy to announce that you can find me on February 10th at London’s Calling - Europe’s largest community led event for Salesforce professionals. The event will take at CodeNode (last year a badger has been seen there). I’ll speak about why, where and how to use the Predictive Vision service on the Salesforce Einstein platform.
One of my personal goals that I set for myself for 2016 was to become a Trailhead Ranger. Since yesterday evening I’ve reached it.
One thing that always bothered me in the past when working with cloud-based products was the “surprise factor”. While it’s a big advantage of a cloud solution that an update is immediately available for all users - it can also be a big pain.
Yesterday I had my “6-months anniversary” with Salesforce.com. I hardly noticed. Why? Because time flies by in this company.
The year starts to wrap-up - so it’s a great time to finish it with some speaking engagements. So I’m happy to say that I’ll be present at in Prague, Oslo and Milan in the upcoming weeks.