Ladies Be Architects (LBA) was founded in 2017 when Gemma Emmett realised there appeared to be far fewer women pursuing the Salesforce architect credentials than men. She decided to share her exam preparation notes via her blog, then added monthly recorded webinars which took a deep dive into a particular topic. The LBA membership started to form and more people […]

9 top tips for migrating millions of records to Salesforce

What are the things you must consider when you plan to migrate millions of records to Salesforce?   When you start out with Salesforce you’re taught to implement it in certain ways, whether it’s in an instructor led class, by Trailhead, or any other resource for that matter. There is however not one right way […]

Invocable Methods: The Musical

Across the industry, admins and developers suffer from lack of cooperation without even realizing it. Developers see declarative tools as too weak to accomplish requirements, whereas admins see code as too complex to support. The result is separation and lack of cooperation. It doesn’t have to be that way. In this session, we’ll learn how […]

Mulesoft Integration: a talk between SalesforceCat and SalesforceDog!

This is the story of how Max the Mule helped long time enemies #SalesforceCat and #SalesforceDog organise the best party ever. SalesforceCat and SalesforceDog where trying to organise a party but SalesforceDog could not understand all the meoooooows from SalesforceCat, therefore the party planning was a disaster. Fortunately Max the Mule stepped in with its […]

Prototyping UX Solutions with Playgrounds and Lightning Web Components

In this workshop, you’ll learn about design and development techniques for building custom solutions for the Salesforce Lightning Platform, which provides a powerful toolset for developers and administrators to create immersive experiences for users. The workshop will provide a hands-on materials creating designs with Design System Starter Kit, creating ‘composite’ Lightning Web Components in Playgrounds, […]

Clean Code Principles

How to write code that is easy to read and change? What should you do when you see a piece of code written years ago which is hard to understand? In my experience, this boils down to 4 principles that I would like to share along with some examples in Apex.